Udayagiri Fort, Andhra Pradesh

Udayagiri Fort which is Located about 100 kms. From Nellore. Udayagiri Fort commanding at a hight of 3079 feet. Boasts of great natural beauty. The hill side has lush vegetation and beautiful waterfalls. The ruined fort is attracting the Tourists in a big way. However, the acccess is only by steps and there is no road to the Fort. During the rule of the Gajapathis and the Vijayanagar Rulers, this Town grew to great splendour. Read more…

Kandaleru Dam, Andhra Pradesh

Kandaleru Dam which is located about 60 kms away form Nellore. The destination is also well connected for State Highway from Nellore to Kadapa via Rapur & Rajampet. It was constructed across the Kandaleru river. This river originates in Velegonda hills and it flows across Gudur . This being Worldâ??s Biggest Earth Dam with 68 TMC Water Storage spread over 11 kilometre which is supplying Drinking water to Tamilanadu is a Pictorious Spot with Hillocks Read more…

Somasila Dam, Andhra Pradesh

Somasila is one of the biggest Irrigation Project in the District. The project is envisaged to create Irrigation potential. It is constucted across River Pennar and is situated near Somasila Village of Ananthasagaram Mandal, Nellore District. Since it is located in eastern ghats situated at the out skirts of the district, natural beauty is nose worthy. There is a temple in the village called Someswara Temple blessed by the Lord Siva on the other side Read more…

Mannar Poluru Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Mannar Poluru- Alghu Malluru Krishna Swamy temple is existing in the Mannarpoluru Village, right from the time of Telugu Chola rulers. The village is close-by to Sullurupet, at a distance of 103 Km. from Nellore. It was built in the 17th century by Bangaru Yadama Nayudu, the living place of mallayodas or wrestlers. According to a legend, it was here that Lord Sri Krishna defeated Jambavantha in a duel and married his daughter Jambavati and Read more…

Narasimhakonda,Temple- Andhra Pradesh

Vedagiri Lakshmimarasimha Swamy devastanam came into being nearly 500 years ago, on the summit of Narasimhakonad. According to the rock inscriptions, this temple was built by the Pallava king Narsimha Varma in the ninth century. Legend goes that the sage Kasyapa established the temple on the bank of Pinakini. And the vedic scripture Brahmapurana reveals that the seven sages (Saptarishis) performed ‘yagnam'(Sacrifice) on the top of Narasimhakonda. The seven (Koneru) tanks were renovated with Mandapas Read more…

Jonnawada Kamakshi Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy kamakshi tai temple, Jonnawada which is located about 12 kms from Nellore. The destination is also well connected for Railway station at Nellore. A famous Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Kamakhsi tai temple is located on the bank of river Pennar, 12 Km from Nellore. It attracts many piligirims. The Village is part of Buchireddipalem Mandal. In tretayuga Mahamuni Kasyapa Brahma performed yagna and pleased Lord Mallikarjuna Swamy thus this place is named as Read more…

Talpagiri Ranganathaswamy Temple,Andhra Pradesh

Sri Talapagiri Ranaganatha swamy Temple is located in Nellore city and is about 5kms away from Nellore Bus stand. RanganadaSwamy Temple in Nellore is more than 600years old. This temple is situated on the banks of the river Pennar and is marked by a huge 29 Mts tall Galigopuram with seven gold kalasams and its architectural splendour. The annual Rath Yathra of the God is a much awaited ritual in Nellore. There are seven kalisams, Read more…

Tripurantakam Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Tripurantakam is one of the famous and historical town located at a Prakasham dt in Andhra pradesh, India. The name of Tripurantakam came from one of the person who is Tripuantakeswarudu ruled this town and the famous temples SRI BALA TRIPURANTHAKESWARA and SRI BALA TRIPURASUNDARI DEVI temples are there.Sri bala tripurasundari devi temple has old history&the real idol of bala tripurasundari devi in temple. it`s to difficult to saw the idol because it is very Read more…

Malakonda, Andhra Pradesh

Sri Malyadri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Vari Devasthanam is a Hindu Narasimha (avatar of Vishnu) with a temple in Malakonda, Valetivari Palem, Prakasham district, Andhra Pradesh, India. He is Lord of Malyadri (Malakonda). A large number of devotees visit the sacred shrine of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha to pay their homage to him. Malyadri is one of the NavaNarasimhas (Nine Narasimhas). ‘Malyadri’ means the Parvatas are arranged as flower mala. The west side of Malyadri has the Read more…

Bhairavakona, andhra Pradesh

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 Read more…