ALAMPUR, located at the confluence of Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers, 220 kms from Hyderabad, ancient Nava Brahma (9) temples in a courtyard on the left bank of the river Tungabhadra, exhibiting the hybrid style of Badami Chalukya Art and Culture of 7th AD. Another cluster of over 20 Papanasam temples on the outskirts of village. Goddess Jogulamba (5th of the 18 Shakti Peethas) is seated on the Corpse with scorpion, frog, and lizard on the head in a naked avatar with her tongue stretched outside of fierce goddess Jogulamba. More than 124 stone sculptures and 26 inscriptional slabs polished stone image of Subramanya and Valli followed by unique Mahishasura Mardini image. The circular black-stone sculpture of Nagana ka Bhanda, the Lotus-headed goddess in naked form. Some of the incredible statues like Nataraja, Mahishasura Mardini, Surya, Kartikeya, and Naga sculptures from here were displayed in many international exhibitions held in London, Germany, Paris etc.