Sri Kurmanandha Swamy Temple

This magnificent lord Vishnu temple is situated at Srikurmam, which is 16 km from Srikakulam town, is renowned for its architectural and pervasive serenity. It has 200 pillars out of which 160 has an inscription in Devanagari script, dating between 11th and 19th century A.D. It also has a five-storied huge gopuram resembles typical south Indian style.

They have beautiful wall paintings dating back to that of Ajanta Ellora caves. Interesting inside the complex there is a small temple of Chaitanya of Bengal. It is also believed that if the skull bones of the deceased thrown to drown in the swetapushkarani tank, they get transformed into Kurmas (tortoises).