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Tucked away from Giddalur town is the historic Bheemeswara and Ramalingeswara temples in Satyavolu, shedding light on the glorious socio-cultural history of the Andhra Desa in the seventh and eighth centuries. Declared a protected monument by the ASI, the sprawling rectangular temple complex, comprising 16 sub-shrines, stands testimony to the Badami Chalukyas’ love for arts. While the main twin temples have been given a facelift by the ASI, the 16 sub-shrines are in a dilapidated condition. They need to be immediately reconstructed as per the ASI norms to preserve them for posterity, feel heritage lovers.

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