Places To Visit
Sri Kunkullamma Vari Temple
This temple is on the main road leading to the village, at a distance of 1 K.M. towards south.
Sri Maddi Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Guravayagudem, Jangareddygudem
This is a holy Punyakshetra where you find Lord Hanuma with fruit in one hand and Gadha on the other hand. He is sitted on a Maddi tree with the wish of his devotee Madvasura who has done tapamu on the banks of Yerrakaluva. It is believed that Anjaneya Swamy granted a boon to Madvasura to take a form of maddi tree so that he would permanently be with him and this place would be famous with his name Sri Maddi Anjaneya Swami according to Madvasuras desire.The poojas performed here give great results. The unmarried girls & boys who perform predakshanas here are blessed with marriage, troubles in the family will be solved,People will be financially benefited and children will be able to gain good education by performing poojas to this swamy on saturdays.
Parijata Giri Venkateswara Swamy vari Temple, Jangareddygudem
Sri Venkateswara Swami temple located in Jangareddygudem is also called parijathagiri temple.This is a very beautiful place to visit and worship.It is a common belief that Jangareddygudem is the only town in Andhra Pradesh where there is a collection of seven mountains other than Tirumala Tirupathi. This temple was recently restructured due to increased number of pilgrims. Due to the presence of large Kalyanamandapam in the temple, many of the marriages are also taking place in this temple. Annadhanam, the sacred tradition of offering food also happens every day in this temple.The temple is located on a mountain and there are two ways to reach it. Either you can opt to climb the sacred temple steps or there is another route where you can take a vehicle to reach the top of the mountain. There is also a beautiful garden at the bottom.
Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy Temple, Dwarakatirumala (Sub-temple)
This is a small temple near the bathing ghat, dedicated to Sri Kumara Swamy or Lord Subramanya. There is a big historical Nandi before the idol.
Sri Bramarabha Malleswara Swamy vari Temple(Sivalayam) Sub-temple
Sri Bramaramba Malleswara Swamy Temple(Sri Konda Malleswara Swamy Temple): The temple is at a distance of 1 Km to the North-West of the main temple. The footpath leading to this Saivait temple is in a Sepant form and reminds the Serpant for the mountain.
Jeelakarragudem, village belonging to Guntupalle is located at the distance of 6.4 kms from Kamarvarapukota and 47 kms from Eluru, westgodavari. Guntupalli is dotted with some of the finest specimens of monolithic and structural Buddhist remains datable to the 3rd-2nd century BC to 5th-6th century AD. The important monuments located are: rock cut temple or vritta chaitya, large monastery, small monastery, brick chaitya, ruined mandapa, stone stupa and cluster of votive stupas.