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Uploaded on Mar 23, 2011
Legend has it that during the 11th century AD, the Odderas, who carted the construction stones for the Alampur temple, camped at Kumool before crossing river Tungabhadra. The town got its name 'Kandenavolu' (town of grease), as the locals supplied oil for greasing carts which subsequently became Kurnool. The temples of Ahobilam, the Jyothirlinga at Srisailam and the Belum Caves, stand testimony to the significance of this district as a pilgrimage center and a tourist destination.