Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Mogili is situated at a distance of 30 kilometers from Chittoor and 10 kilometers from Palamaner on the Chennai - Bangalore Highway. It is one of the sacred places in Chittoor District on account of the existence of the Mogileeswara Temple. Shiva is worshipped here under the title of Abbreswara, the Sanskrit form of Mogileeswara or Iswara of the Skies. There is Pushkarini in the premises of the temple with perennial waters flowing from the mouth of Nandi, the sacred bull, which is a good source of drinking water for the public irrespective of the seasons. This water coming from Nandi is also utilized as a good source of irrigation by the local people. On the eve of 1st January, Sivarathri and other festivals about 15,000 tourists visit this place every day.
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