Bhairavakona is a holy place situated on the heart of Nallamala Hills in the Prakasam district of the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh. The name Bhairavakona originated from the fact that temple of Sri Trimukha Durgamba Mahadevi along with Sri Barguleshwari Swamy temple is present at that place and Bala Bhairava Swamy guards the location. Bhairavakona is 43 km from Udayagiri, a town in Nellore district. APSRTC’s Udayagiri depot provides buses to Seetharamapuram which is 15 km from Bhairavakona.From Seetharamapuram one can take share Auto’s to Bhairavakona. This place is home to an ancient Shiva temple. There is waterfall which falls from a height of 200 metres and there are eight temples carved in the hill there. An interesting feature that attracts devotees to Bhairavakona is that the moonlight falls on the idol of goddess Parvati at a temple there on Kartik Poornima day.it is beautiful water fall in prakasam.
According to the legends, there lived a shepherd named Kalabhairava Kondaiah at this hill. Once when the water flow was very low, Kalabhairava was unable to provide enough water to his cattle. He prayed to God that he will offer himself to God, if spring flows high. Suddenly, water started flowing high and cattle quenched their thirst. As promised, Kalabhairava chopped his head and offered himself to the God. The body of Kalabhairava was buried at this place therefore,the place got its name as Bhairava Kona. According to another legend, the Kalabhairava Kona is named after the King Kalabhairava who ruled this region for a very long time. It is also believed that Sage Bhrugu did penance here for a very long time; therefore, the main idol in this temple is called as Bhrugeswara Swamy.
Karthika Pournami and Maha Shivarathri