Amidst the thickly wooded Nallamalai Hills in Kurnool district lays Mahanandi. The presiding deity is Mahanandiswara Swamy in the form of a Linga. Mahanandi is one of the Nava Nandis in the country. Adding to the serene surroundings is the perennial flow of crystal clear, cool water from five different springs. Devotees from afar do not leave without taking a holy dip in the temple tank that is fed by the water from the perennial springs. The water is also used for irrigation.
The village is just 15 km from the nearest railhead Nandyal on the Guntur – Dharmavaram Railway line. The district headquarters city of Kurnool is just 80 km away.
Map Of Mahanandi,Andhra Pradesh: