Mangalagiri is a township in the district of Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. Its name 'Mangalagiri' translates into 'Auspicious Hill'. This place used to be the part of the empire of Vijayanagar in the bygone times. Mangalagiri used to be a rich township and was invaded many times but no foreign power was able to conquer it. Presently, it is known for housing the temple of Lord Vishnu and many other attractions that make it a frequented tourist destination in Andhra Pradesh.
It Is Known For:-
1) Mangalagiri is known for Lakshmi Narasimha Temple. It is an intricately carved temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and he is worshiped as Thodatri in this temple
2) The saris of Mangalagiri are also famous in the major states of India
3) The other attractions of the township include the names like Undavalli Caves, Hinkar Thirtha Jain Temple etc. are places that can be visited
Best Time To Visit:-
Mangalagiri is a famous tourist attraction in Guntur. Known for the shrines, saris, and other places of interest, Mangalagiri is visited across the year as it serves as a tourist attraction and a pilgrimage site. There is no specific season for paying a visit to this enchanting place.
Mangalagiri is well-connected via network of the roadways and railways. Visitors can avail the service of the local transit like the bus, taxi, and auto to commute within the city.
Nearest Railway Station- Mangalagiri Railway Station
Nearest Airport- Vijayawada Airport
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