Monday Jun 24, 2024

Kambili Shiva Temple, Karnataka


Kambili Shiva Temple, Bellary District, Karnataka – 583132


Pambapati, Virupakshiswarar Amman: Kempambal


Kampili Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, located at Kampili village in Bellary district of Karnataka, India. It was built by Kampilideva, the last ruler of the Kampili Kingdom. This place is also known as Kambeeli. It is on the banks of Tungabadra. So many Shiva temples are found in this district. It is a small temple located in Kampili village. The presiding deity in the garbhagriha, represented by the lingam, is known as Pampabathy and Viruppaseesvarar. The Goddess is known as Kempambal. The presiding deity was worshipped by Nesa Nayanar. The Temple is believed to be 1000 years old. The Temple is considered as Thevara Vaippu Sthalam as Devaram hymns sung by Appar. The temple is located at a distance of 35 km. from Hospet railway station. Through Hospet-Hampi route, this place can be reached.


1000 Years old

Managed By

Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)

Nearest Bus Station


Nearest Railway Station

Bellary Station

Nearest Airport

Jindal Vidyanagar

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