is really unbelievable and thrilling !!
A number of stones / small pieces of rocks are kept one above the other at
the top of a rock on a hill which can not be destroyed even by the fast
air flow or storm since 800 years.
Do you believe ? You must believe it. It's not so far, we must
see and worship it at least once in our lives.
No No... the stones are not stick each other. We can take out and
put them again at the top.
Male Mahadeshwara, when he was small boy, arranged some stones in one on
the other on a rock at the top of a hill playing childish - KODUGALLU.
Hence the name "Kodugalla Madappa".
place Kodugallu is about 4 kilometers from the Nadumale ie., Sri Swamy's
Temple. Salur is about 1 kilometer from the Temple, and from Salur 3
kilometers to Kodugallu hill.
Salur, the vehicles move. From there have to walk the hills steep to
reach to Kodugallu. It will be a nice experience to walk here in the
hills. As it is not so far, small children can also reach to
Kodugallu. At the start of the hill to climb, near Salur towards
Kodugallu, the house of "Thammadi" the person who makes pooja to
Kodugallu is there. One can inform them earlier so that they will
arrange for pooja to make it easier OR while going on the way to Kodugallu
itself, one can make the Thammadi to join OR one can go alone and do the