Mantralayam is situated on the banks of river Tungabhadra and Lying 90 kms from Kurnool. It derived its importance form the Jeevasamadhi of Madhva Saint Sri Raghavendra Swamy. The Choultries and Sanskrit School are the real attracting of these places and draws thousands of devotees from South India particularly Madhvas. On there the places to see including Raghavendra Swamy Brindavan, the tomb that Swamy entered alive, Panchamuki Anjaneya Swamy Temple and Venkateswara Swamy Temple are the important visiting spots.
How to Reach :
Mantralayam does not have an airport. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in (196 kms) is the nearest airport, well connected with flights from major cities of India and world over. Taxi/cabs and buses are available from the airport to reach Mantralayam.
Mantralayam has its own railway station, the Mantralayam Road (16 kms) on the Mumbai-Chennai line, having number of from major cities of the country. Taxi/cabs and buses are available from the station to reach Mantralayam.
One of the best ways to reach Mantralayam is via roadways. A trip by own car lets you experience the real beauty of the place. Moreover, you also have the flexibility to take as many stops as you may want for refreshment, click photos/images or take videos before visiting the location.