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    This temple is located in Nagalapuram 70 kms. south-east of Tirupati housing an image of the Matsya form of Vishnu, with Sridevi and Bhudevi on either...
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    Tiruchanoor, also known as Alamelumangapuram is about 5 kms. from Tirupati housing this large temple dedicated to goddess Padmavathi, the consort of L...
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    Nagarjuna Sagar, an erstwhile prominent Buddhist center, is the most attractive tourist spot in Andhra Pradesh. Named after the Buddhist monk, Acharya...
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    Located 11 Kms. from the Nagarjunasagar is the picturesque Ethipothala waterfalls. The cascading waterfalls are formed by the water flowing down from ...
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    Anupu is located 8 Kms away from the Nagarjunasagar dam, Anupu is a site of Buddhist excavations reconstructed to perfection with painstaking effort. ...
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    After temple bells and shrines, visit the Chandragiri Fort built on a huge rock about 56 mts high. Discover the remains of palaces and temples. relive...
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    Don't miss the lovely Kailasanatha Kona natural waterfalls in the valley of Nilgiri Hills near puttur. It is Believed that a bath at this mineral rich...
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    While visiting Srikakulam, one can visit tourist places as well as religious places. Some of the common attractions are : - 1. Srimukhalingam 2. S...
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    Known as The City of Destiny, Vishakhapatnam is the largest city in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Bheemunipatnam Beach is situated 24 km from Visakhapa...
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    Mypad beach is at a distance of around 25km from the town of Nellore in Andhra Pradesh. The beautiful sandy beach of Mypad invites all those who wish ...
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    Situated on the coast of Andra Pradesh, Ramakrishna Beach is one of the most admired beaches of Visakhapatnam. The Ramakrishna Beach offers a pictures...
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    Vodarevu Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. In India it is highly valued and visitors do not miss this phenomenal artistry of th...
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    About Nagarjunasagar Wildlife Sanctuary: Evolved out of different needs, the town of Srisailam is divided into three zones. Srisailam or the origina...
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    The Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Palamaner in Andhra Pradesh. It is 50 Km away from Chittoor and 120 Km from Bangalore by road. It cover...
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    Information Area occupied- 404square. Kilometers. Location- Situated around 50kilometers from the city of Chennai in the district of Nellore, Andhra...
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    The park covers an area of 625 acres. It is presently one of the largest zoo located in the natural settings of a reserve forest about 4 km. from the ...
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    Geographical Location Krishna Sanctuary is situated near the village of Avanigadda and covers the area of both the districts of Guntur and Krishna. K...
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    NEAR the sacred confluence of theTunga- bhadra and the Krishna, and situated on the border between Kurnool and Maha- boobnagar Districts of Andhra Pra...
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    BHADRACHALAM is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Sri Ramachandra and situated on the banks of the sacred river Godavari. The Godavari river flows her...
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    KALAHASTI is a town in the Chittoor District of Andhra, and it is a Railway Station on the Renigunta-Gudur section. It has a temple dedicated to Lord ...
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    Address: Lepakshi Village, East of Hindupur, Anantapur: District City: Anantapur State: Andhra Pradesh Location: South India Year of Construct...
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    City: Tirupati State: Andhra Pradesh Location: South India Year of Construction: 12th Century Type of Construction: Ancient Type of Buildin...
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    City: Kurnool State: Andhra Pradesh Location: South India Year of Construction: 1404 A.D. Constructed By: Vijayanager king Harihara Raya Ty...
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    HORSLEY HILLS (Introduction) Horsley Hills , the famous hill Station in Andhra Pradesh is 144 km from Tirupati. It is named after W.D. Horsley, the...
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    The river Godavari starts at the western ghats and flows towards the eastern ghats. It flows in the southern India and is considered to be one of the ...
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    Situated on the banks of the Krishna River, the city of Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh is known as the business capital of the state. However it is visi...
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    The fame of Andhra Pradesh rests solely on the arts and crafts of this place. The exceptional skill in various spheres of craft making has brought nam...
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    Literally meaning nomads and descendants of the nomads of yesteryears, the ‘Banjara’ people today live in a community called 'Tandas'. They were g...
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    There is a legend attached to the beginning of painting in Andhra Pradesh. It started with the disturbance to Lord Narayan by some celestial dancing g...
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    The most complex form of arts and crafts, wood carving, requires not only high level of skills but also a lot of perseverance and hard work on the par...
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    This specific silver art inlay on metal has always kept historians busy in conjectures. Innumerous accounts speak of its origin and entry into India ...
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    The craftsmen had to undergo a session of studying the verses from the Shilpashastra before making the bronze idols. The verses called Dhyana instruct...
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    A special soft wood called the Tella Poniki is used in making the Kondapalli toys. Along with it, tamarind seed powder, sawdust, enamel gums and water...
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    The application of lacquer on wood so that a distinctive appeal is created through pleasing shades is called Lacquer craft. One of the most important ...
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    The Saraswathi Veena, one of the oldest musical instruments, forms an integral part of Carnatic music and ancient texts which has by far won millions ...
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    The thought of “free people” comes as soon as the thought of nomad, caravaners, gypsies occurs. Living a life free from the fetters of urban life,...
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    The Dokra metal craft, having its roots in the tribal life, is found commonly in the tribal belts of Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Bengal and Andhra Pradesh...
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    The Lumbini Festival in Andhra Pradesh is celebrated every year, to relive the Heritage of Buddhism in the state. This Festival in Andhra Pradesh, cel...
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    Introduction to Mahashivratri Festival : The state of Andhra Pradesh too swings in the festive mood of Maha Shivratri along with the whole country. I...
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    Introduction to Pongal Festival : One of the most substantial festivals of South India, Pongal marks the beginning of Uttarayana( the movement of t...
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    Introduction to Rayalaseema Food and Dance Festival : This annual festival of Andhra Pradesh called the Rayalaseema food and dance festival emphasize...
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    Introduction to Ugadi Festival : With the onset of the New Year, the Ugadi Festival is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh as Ugadi sets the commencing of t...
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    Introduction to Makara Sankranti : ‘Makara Sankranti’, otherwise known as ‘Sankranti’, is the celebration of the onset of the season of harve...
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    Introduction to Vinayaka Chaturthi : Lord Ganesha’s birthday sets forth the celebration of the same and Vinayaka Chaturthi, or Ganesh Chaturthi is ...
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    Introduction : Multi-hued festivals and fairs form an inalienable part of India. Each and every culture, state and race comes up with an assortment ...
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    Natya, Nritta and Nritya-when represented in combination is called Kuchipudi. This dance form has always been presented by a number of actors and was ...
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    Andhra Natyam is a traditional dance form which dates back to 2000 years. 'Devadasis' used to perform it in temples as a form of worship. It was a cus...
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    Perini Thandavam, called 'Dance of Warriors', is a dance form generally performed by males. Warriors prior to leaving to the battlefield used to enact...
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    Dhimsa, a popular form of folk dance, is performed by the agriculturists in the Vishakhapatnam district. One can very well see a vivid tribal pattern ...
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    Kolatam, a folk dance form, dates back to 7th century AD. In Andhra Pradesh it is known as Kolatam, 'Kolannalu' or 'Kol Kolannalu'. However, the names...
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    The semi-nomadic tribe called 'Lambadis', also known as 'Sengalis' or 'Banjaras', of Andhra Pradesh celebrates this dance form called Lambadi. It is a...
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    The tribes of Umji and Intraveli forest areas of Utnoor Taluk of Adilabad have inherited this dance form called Mathuri. The distinctive headgear of t...
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    The living heritage of Andhra Pradesh is incomplete without its exclusive fairs. These events are awaited for across the year and have to be followed ...
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    About Lord Venkateswara Temple : Sri Venkateshwara temple, the abode of Lord Venkateshwara or Lord Balaji is located at Tirumala, 18 kms. northwest of...
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    The lake has been a site visited by migrating waterbirds for many years. It was made a sanctuary in 1976. The natural freshwater lake with an average ...
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    This sacred tank is adjacent to the Venkateswara temple where pilgrims bathe before entering the main temple. The wooden-float festival of Lord Venkat...
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    In Nirmal town, which falls under the Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh, traditional craftsmen known as Nakash are concentrated who had been traditi...
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    Deccan Festival or Hyderabad Festival is among the most widely known festivals in Andhra Pradesh exhibiting the exquisite culture and art of the Decca...
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    An amazing intermingling of profound customs, cultures, communities, religions and lifestyles- that is how one describes Andhra Pradesh. People belong...
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    Hot and Spicy had always been a trademark of the cuisine of Andhra Pradesh. Its cuisine principally includes the conventional Andhra cuisine and the M...
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    Remnants of a rich bygone era, unearthed from the excavations carried out by archeologists at Nagarjunasagar, have been preserved in a museum on a bea...
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    A trip to Warangal is not complete without a sojourn at the charming Pakhal Lake. Moonlit nights on the shores of this lake are simply heavenly. Situa...
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    Just about 11 kms from the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam are the Ethipothala waterfalls on the Chandravanka river, a tributary of the river Krishna. Amidst beau...
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