Sri Yagantiswamy Temple in Banaganapalle mandal of Kurnool  
district, is a popular Lord Shiva Temple, which is located 17 km  
away from Banagapalle. Every year, Shivarathri is celebrated here  
and a large number of devotees from all over Andhara Pradesh visit  
Sri Yagantiswamy Temple. An amazing feature at this temple is its  
Pushkarini. No one knows how the water flows out from the bottom  
of hill to the Pushkarini in all the seasons. Devotees consider that a  
bath in the holy Pushkarini is highly beneficial before paying tributes  
to Lord Shiva.Yaganti Umamaheswara Swamy temple was  
constructed and completed by the first Vijayanagara Sangama king,  
Harihara Bukkarayalu in the 15th century. It was built according to  
Vaishnavaite tradition. Umamaheswara Swamy, Parvati Devi, and  
Nandi (Basavanna). According to Potuluri Veera Brahmam, the  
Basavanna of Yaganti will come out and shout when Kaliyuga ends.  
People believe that the stone Nandiswara (Basavanna) is increasing  
in its size. Saint Agasthya came to this place and took a bath in  
Agasthya Pushkarini and worshipped Lord Shiva. The water in this  
Pushkarini is fresh and sweet, as it comes from the hills.Bus facility  
is available from Banaganapalli to Yaganti twice per day at 7:00 am  
and 3:30 pm.