Venkatagiri Kota Mandal

Venkatagiri Kota (also known as V.Kota) is a small town in the Chittoordistrict of Andhra Pradesh. Venkatagirikota is a Town in Venkatagirikota Mandal , Chittoor District , Andhra Pradesh State . Venkatagirikota is 70.9 km far from its District Main City Chittoor . It is 490 km far from its State Main City Hyderabad and 120 km far from Karnataka State Main City Bangalore. Near By Villages of this Village with distance are Pedda Bharanipalle(1.7 k.m.) ,Nernipalle(3.2 k.m.) ,Bairupalle(4.1 k.m.) ,Bodiguttapalle(4.9 k.m.) ,Kongatam(5.2 k.m.) ,. Nearest Towns are Ramakuppam(10.5 k.m.) ,Santhipuram Ho Arimuthanapalle(15.1 k.m.) ,Baireddipalle(20.3 k.m.) ,

Venkatagirikota Pin Code is 517424 and Post office name is Venkatagiri kota . Other villages in Post Office (517424,Venkatagiri kota) are Venkatagirikota , Bairupalle , Cheldiganipalle , Mudaramdoddi , Nernipalle.

The road leading to Gudiyattam and Vellore in Tamil Nadu is a beautiful stretch; the road descends from the Deccan Plateau to the plains of Tamil Nadu. One can actually feel the difference in temperatures as one descends it becomes hotter and hotter. This place is at junction of three states Andhrapradesh, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and well known for its vegetable, fruits, flower markets and business centers. It is well known for its ideal climate and rich culture. Not to forget vkota is one of the very few places in India where all types of flowers, fruits and vegetables are available throughout the year. Many traders from across India, specifically from southern India turn to vkota for a better business deal. The products available here are much cheaper than other places in India. The flowers and fruits that are famous in Vkota are chamanthi and mango. Vkota has been the meeting place for some of the best traders in India to strike business deals. People buy flowers and vegetables from vkota for its freshness and reasonable price. Some of the things that it is famous for are tomato, beans, brinjal, ladies finger, cabbage, cauliflower, beetroot, grapes, sapota, banana, all types of mangoes, roses and chamanthi