Bramham Gari Matam-Banaganapalli

Banaganapalli us 85 kms away from Kurnool. Veera Bramham is well known saint.in this region. He lived in this area written “Kalagnanam” on palm leaves. Garimireddy Achamma has provided shelter to Veera Bramham and became his disciple. He worked as a Gopala in her house. Chintamani Matam and Nelamatam are famous in this town, Banaganapalli is famous for Mango Gardens. Photo Gallery

Orvakallu Rock Garden, Andhra Pradesh

Orvakallu is an adventure destination unlike any other. Andhra Pradesh Tourism has identified the grandeur of these formations and has set up a 1000 acre park with the fabulous igneous rock formations as the centre of attraction. And it is not too far away from town. Head out 20 kms from Kurnool and one come across this spot, right on National Highway 18. The adventure enthusiast can trek through the serpentine paths here and bask Read more…

Rolla Padu Sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh

Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary is best visited during the winter season, i.e. between November and February. Kurnool experiences temperatures between 25ᵒC and 26ᵒC. The minimum reaches 17ᵒC in the coldest months (December and January) and the maximum stays around 30ᵒC.Every year, between June and September, Kurnool receives rainfall around 660 mm. Tourists can skip the season, but if the rains are too tempting, they may head to the sanctuary by the end of the monsoons which Read more…

Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh

Belum Caves are located near Belum village, Kolimigundla mandal in Kurnool district. The Caves lies at a distance of 110 Kms from Kurnool via Banaganapalli. Belum Caves made known in 1982 and which are the second largest natural caves in Indian Sub Continent after Meghalaya Caves. These under ground caves are located on a flat agricultural field, have 3 well like cavities with the central one being the main entrance to the caves. After a Read more…

Yaganti Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Yaganti lies at a distance of 11 Kms. From Banganapally and 90 Kms from Kurnool situated admists natural scenery with caves and water falls around. The presiding deity is Uma Maheswara Swamy popularly known as Yaganti Swamy. This deity is in the form of Statue and its tower posses beautiful sculptures. The most striking scenic at this temple is huge Nandi of size of 15’ X 10’ X 8’. Mahasivaratri Festival celebrated here and attracts Read more…

Manthralayam, Andhra Pradesh

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 Read more…

Ahobilam, Andhra Pradesh

It is a great religious center of antiquity and is situated at a distance of 68 Kms. from Nandyal, 28 Kms. From Allagadda and 160 Kms from Kurnool. At upper Ahobilam worship is offered to Navanarasimha (Nine Forms of Lord Narasimha) where as at lower Ahobilam down the hill the temple of Prahladavarada is located. The Brahmotsavam is celebrated in the month of February – March attracting large number of devotees. Other sites worth seeing Read more…

Victoria Jubilee Museum, Andhra Pradesh

The Bapu Museum (formerly: Victoria Jubilee Museum) is an archaeological museum, located at M. G. Road of Vijayawada.[3] It was renamed in the memory of the renowned film director, illustrator, cartoonist and author Bapu (film director).[4]The museum is maintained by the Archaeological department and has large collection of sculptures, paintings and artifacts of Buddhist and Hindu relics, with some of them as old as 2nd and 3rd Centuries. The structure of building is an Indo-European Read more…

Gandhi Hills,Andhra Pradesh

Gandhi Hill, the first Gandhi memorial in India on a hillock, is a major tourist spot in Vijayawada. Situated at a height of 500 ft, this Gandhi memorial with seven stupas was constructed to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation. The 52 ft tall Gandhi stupa is the major attraction here, unveiled by Dr. Zakir Hussain, the then President of India, on 6th October 1968. Gandhi Memorial Library, with good collection of books; Read more…

Kondapalli Fort, Andhra-Pradesh

Kondapalli Fort has been constructed as a rock tower rising up to 3 storeys. The fort has 3 entrances and the main entrance is called Dargah Darwazah, built with a single block of granite. Another entrance gate called as Golconda Darwazah is located on the other end of the hill, leading to Jaggaiahpet village. Located on a crest between two hills is the Tanish Mahal or Palace, the major attraction of Kondapalli fort. There is Read more…