Surendrapuri is a museum located in Yadadri Bhvanigiri district. This is a unique one-stop destination where you can see epitome of cultural, artistic and sculptural excellence.

Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam, one-of-its-kind mythological theme park. The other major attractions of this place are Nagakoti (101-feet Shiva Linga) and a temple of Panchamukhi Hanuman with Panchmukha Shiva and Lord Venketaswara. 

A 60-feet double-sided Panchamukhi Hanuman and Shiva statue at the entrance catches the attention of visitors. A unique Navgraha Temple places different navagrahas in the relative positions. Astounding Vedic knowledge has been put into building this temple.

Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam is a spiritual and mythological awareness center where one can
relive the ancient Indian epics. Most of the historic temples of India are recreated here. Visit Sapta Lokas for the immense feel of serenity amidst the nature’s beauty. This brings vibrant feelings as you emerge from a magnificent jewel of art and religion. Kaladhamam depicts most of the mythological events from Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavatam, Buddha and many more.

The sprawling 3 km of walkways with more than 3000 statues, provides a delighted tour to the replica of Epic Period gone by! This place is a must visit for a holistic experience. Here visitors can refresh their knowledge about the ancient epics.

The wonderful and beautiful sculptures in the museum make visitors recollect the epics and would get transported into divine world of the great Hindu mythology. For the first time in India such a marvel has been created with the concept of making people see the celestial world of Indian mythology and values of our culture and tradition.

The moment one enters the abode of the Surendrapuri, one gets the darshan of the 60’ feet Panchamukha Hanuman on the front elevation and the Panchamukha Shiva at its back as a great architectural splendor. The mammoth statue of Hanuman is with the 5 heads of Vanara, Narasimha, Garuda, Sookara and Hayagreeva. The 10 hands possessing weapons and killing mahiravana with his weapon mace, testify him as the manasa putra of Lord Siva.

At the hind-side of Panchamukha Hanuman is the Panchamukha Shiva with 5 faces of sadyojata, Vamadeva, Aghora, Tatpurusha and Eshana, bearing weapons in 10 hands killing Tripurasura with his Trident. This mahasilpa is the highlight of Surendrapuri.

One can have the darshan of all the deities of well known piligrimage centres of India. Here we get to see life size replicas of all the famous temples of India in one place. In one glance we get to see temples from kashmir to kanyakumari.

The great celestial worlds of Bramhalok, Vishnulok, shivalok, Nagalok, Indralok, Yamalok, Narakalok, Patalalok can be visited here. The experience of walking through the seven doors of vishnulok with the dashavataras on both sides is in explicable. Similarly all the other lokas are designed in such a way that you get transported into a celestial world. They are now not limited to the Puranas or sacred books and can be seen here and now. It is truly a rare opportunity and a boon that give us pleasure of ephemeral world and divine gods.

The fascinating events of the Ramayana,Mahabharatha and Bhagavat and other Puranas are carved out as eye catching sculptures in an unparalleled and unprecedented way employing ultra modern artistic techniques and they all give us a wonderful experience.

The churning of ksheera Sagaram(milky ocean) using the Mandara Mount as the staff by the gods and demons,is moulded in a heart moving way.In the same way,the sculptures of the coming of Lord Vishnu along with His weapons  and goddess Lakshmi to save Gajendra from the clutches of Crocodile stand as a wonderful symbol of devotion. 

The 36 feet high sculptures depicting Lord Krishna enlightening Arjuna with message of the Bhagavad-Gita, showing the armies ready for the Kurukshetra war touch the hearts of the viewers.

The stories of Balakrishna on the hoods of snake king kaliya,Krishna lifting Govardhana mountain, Bala bharata, Hanuman charitra, Buddha charitra in eye catching statues.

Hanuman giving Prasad to the devotees with his own hands and hot coffee made from the milk straight coming from the Kamadhenu are some more highlights of this magical place.

The padmavyuham set up makes you feel as if you have entered the war of mahabharatha and every story gives you a value which stays with you for a lifetime. How abhimanyu falls prey to the trick of kauravas because he went into the padmavyuh with half knowledge makes us realize that you should not do any work without knowing all the facts.

Many more wonders showing delightful events from the ancient classics await the devotee visitors at Surendrapuri-The Artistic Mythological awareness centre.This stands as creation against creation and one has to experience the divine thrill that is beyond description to enjoy the wonderful holy complex.

Surendrapuri Entry Timings
6.30 am – 1 pm and 3 pm – 8 pm (Weekdays)
6.30 am – 8 pm (Weekends and public holidays)
Ticket: Free

9AM-7PM (Monday to Sunday) Open all days
Ticket : Adult Rs. 350, Child Rs. 300 (below 5 yrs no charge)