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Built on a low, rocky hill called Kurmasailam, or tortoise hill in Telugu, the magnificent Veerabhdraswamy temple dates back to 1583 and was built by the brothers, Virupanna and Veeranna, who were initially in the service of the Vijayangar kings.Photos: K.Ramesh Babu




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