Category: Andhra Pradesh Tourism

Perantalapalli

Interesting facts about Perantalapalli • The perantalapalli temple has no official priest only the devotees worship the god here. • The meeting point of sabari river with Godavari river can be clearly seen from this place. • Eating non-vegetarian and consuming alcohol are completely prohibited in this place. • The idol of Shiva under the shadow of snake was worshipped in Munivaatam.  About Perantalapalli Perantalapalli, also known as the chain of cloudy hills, is located on the way to Papi Kondalu of Kunavaram. The meeting point of the Sabari River and the Godavari River can be seen from this...

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Kanipakam Temple

Interesting facts about Kanipakam Temple • “Kani” refers to wetlands and “Pakam” means the flow of water to wetlands. • Strange feature of the idol is that it is getting bigger and bigger. At present, one can see the idol’s knees and abdomen. Kanipakam Temple Timings: The kanipakam Temple will be opened from 4:00 AM till 9:30 PM. Kanipakam Temple Entry Fee: There is no entry fee for the temple, but you can pay Rs. 10 for special darshan. To know more read Darshans & Poojas Kanipakam Temple History Kanipakam is a small village on the bank of the...

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Papikondalu

Interesting facts about Papikondalu • Around 50,000 people visit Papikondalu everyday. • Many attractions of Papikondalu may extinguish after completion of polavaram project. • There are two myths present on the orgin of the name Papikondalu or Papi hills. • One of the myth is when ‘saptha rishis’ pleaded the king ‘papi’ to give the way to river he left small gap between mountains. So these hills are called as ‘Papi hills.’ • The another myth is top view of these mountains look like hair line (Papidi) of women. So these mountains are called as Papikondalu. Itinerary By Andhra...

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