Kodanda Ramesvarasvamy temple, BokkisampalemBokkisampalem is situated at a distance of 2 km. away from Tondamanadu in Sri Kalahasti taluk. The village contains a temple dedicated to Siva under the name Kondandaramesvara alias Adityesvara. An inscription dated in the 34 year (A.D.940-41) of the region of Parantaka I (engraved on the base of central shrine) refers to the temple ...Read more
Mukkantisvara temple, KalavaguntaThe Mukkantisvara temple, an elegant edifice is located in Kalavagunta, a small village 8 k.m. away from Chittoor. The ten inscriptions found in this temple belong to Vijayanagara period. The village is referred to in these inscriptions as Kalavay, Kalavaykuttai and the god as Mukkanar and Mukkantesvara-mudaiya-nayar.
The temple is surrounded by a prakara pierced with ...Read more
Srikalahastisavara temple, Sri KalahasthiSri Kalahasti is one and a half mile from Srikalahasti railway station on Renigunta – Gudur section. The river Svarnamukhi flows on one side of the town. The main temple here is that of Sri Kalahastisvara. The Telugu poet Dhurjati has praised the place, the lord and the river in ‘Kalahasti Mahathyam’. The derivation of ...Read more
Sri Venkatesvara temple, TirumalaTirumala is located on the Seven Hill of the lord of the seven hills. The temple of Lord Venkatesvara is located here. Sastras, Puranas and Sthalamahathyms unequivocally praise the sacred place and hold that in the age of Kali one can attain mukthi (salvation) only through worshipping this Lord Venkatesvara on this hill.
Covering an area ...Read more
Kulandisvara temple, KattamanchiThe Kulandisvara temple is located in Kattimanchi, a suburb of Chittoor town on the Chittoor-Tirupati road. The temple has no epigraphs. The temple resembles in all respects the Mukkantisvara temple at Kalavagunta which is characteristic of the early Chola period.
The temple is inside a walled enclosure with an entrance in the south surmounted by a ...Read more
Agastyesvara temple, Yatavakili (Irugisvaram-udaiya-Mahadevar)The Chandramoulisvara temple at Yatavakili is in Punganur area. An inscription of Rajendra I (A.D.1033-34) engraved on the base of the temple refers to its construction by a Vellala. Another inscription of Rajaraja III (A.D.1244-45) engraved on the walls of the temple refers to the renovation of this temple by Selvaganga, a descendant of Kumbhan-gamundan ...Read more
Mogilisvara(Mogileeswara) Temple, MogiliThe Mogilisvara temple, an elegant edifice is located in Mogili, a small village 22 k.m. away from Chittoor on the Chennai-Banglore national highway. Among the two inscriptions found in the temple, the earliest-belong to the 6th year of Rajaraja I (A.D.991)2. In this record, the temple is referred to as Tirumaniyural Nayanar and the village ...Read more
Tourist Places in Chittoor District
List Of Tourist Places in Chittoor District
Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, Tirumala
Sri Varaha Swamy Temple, Tirumala
Sri Venugopala Swamy Temple, Tirumala
Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple, Tirupati
Sri Kodandarama Swamy Temple, Tirupati
Sri Padmavathi Temple, Tiruchanoor
Sri Kapilesvara Swamy Temple, Kapiltirtam
ISKON Temple ( Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple), Tirupati
Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy temple, Srinivasa Mangapuram
Sri Mulasthana Yellamma Temple, Chandragiri
Sri Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple, ...Read more
jungle bookjungle book is natural forest area made into a secured park by forest department in Tirupati. To make people closure to benefits by having direct contact with nature. Jungle book is exactly present at Kapil tertham in Tirupati and can be reached easily.
Peacock house, Tree Top Trail, Naturest, Deer crawl, ...Read more
NelapattuNelapattu is a village in nellore district of andhra pradesh in India. it is 10 km away from the town named sullurpeta.it covers an area of about 404 sq.kms.It is located on the East Coast about 20-km north of Pulicat in the Nellore district. It is just 50-km from Chennai. Nelapattu is famous for its ...Read more
ThumbalabailuThumbalabailu waterfalls is present near Tirupati and has many ponds with crystal clear water.
with animal base consisting of endangered species like Slender Loris, Indian Giant Squirrel, Mouse Deer, Golden Gecko, Panther, Porcupine, Chital and Sambar. Endemic species like Red Sander, Cycas beddomeii and Enteda like giant plants and medicanal plants Talakona is a good place ...Read more
Nunjarla ProjectNunjarla Project :
Nunjarla Project is newly created Lake which located between three mountains. Actually
this was a River in olden days, then onwards Government Build a Dam to Store water. Any
time this Dam will be having Full of water even summer also. Currently this Project Govt
undertaken and mainting this dam. Newly Hotels and Park Shops are ...Read more
Veyilingala KonaVeyilingala Kona (The Valley of the Thousand Lingas) Waterfall is situated near the town of Srikalahasti and is at a distance of only 8km from the outskirts of the town. The waterfalls are a favorite tourist spot because of the amazing panoramic view of nature that they offer.
The water of the falls is believed to ...Read more
Uraban Hut, the arts, crafts & cultural village at Tirupati, established in the year 1998 is spread over 40 acres of prime land in Tiruchnoor Road. Uraban Hut is Tirupati’s tribute to India’s natural beauty, richly diverse cultural heritage and vibrant ethos. It is a place where artisans from across India showcase their individual skills ...Read more
Ubbalamadugu FallsUbbalamadugu Falls (also called Tada Falls or Kambakam Falls) is a waterfall, located to the North of Sricity in theChittoor district of India. Coming under the Buchinaidukandriga & Varadaiahpalem mandals the falls are located 80 kilometres (50 mi) from Chennai and 35 kilometres (22 mi) from Srikalahasti.
The falls are located in a forest called the Kaambakam forest or Sidduliah Kona. The relation to Lord Shiva ensures that the festival of MahaShivaratri is a common time for people ...Read more
TalakonaThe Talakona waterfall is in Sri Venkateswara National Park, Chittoor District of Andhra pradesh in India. With a 270 feet (82 m)-fall, Talakona is the highest waterfall in the Andhra pradesh state. Talakona is also known for the Lord SiddheswaraSwamy Temple, which is located close to the waterfall.
Talakona is located in Nerabailu village in Yerravaripalem Mandal of Chittoor District. It is located 49 kilometres (30 mi) ...Read more
Sri Venkateshwara National Park
Sri Venkateshwara National Park is a national park and biosphere reserve in Andhra Pradesh, India. The total area of the park is 353 km
The park is known for its many waterfalls including the Talakona, Gundalakona and Gunjana. As the government of India declared the Seshachalam Hills as one of the Biosphere reserves of India in 2010, this national park becomes the part of it.
SADASIVA KONA – GOD’S OWN HILLThe Sadasiva Kona is famous for its waterfalls and it is a religious location as well as a nature spot situated remotely on the Puttur-Tirupati route and just 10 km from MajjigaGunta. The place is densely populated with thick trees and vegetation with snobbish hillocks and mountain heads covering around giving a panoramic view of ...Read more
Regional Science CenterThe Regional Science Centre called the ‘Scientific Temple’ is a pleasant deviation on the Tirumala Trip. Established in 1993, this Central Government organisation has many attractive and educative working models in the buildings and in the open lawns. Children find this centre very attractive. Taramandal Show and the Children’s Gallery are added attractions.
Puligundu is a dual rock mountail with a height of about 1000 feets from the ground. From a distance it looks like a huge Shiva Lingam. It has a very narrow peak with the temple of PuliGunteeswara (Lord Shiva) at the basement. On the rock top, an Ayyappa temple is under construction. There was no ...Read more
Pulicat LakePulicat Lake is the second largest brackish – water lake or lagoon in India. It straddles the border of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu states on theCoromandal Coast in South India. The lake encompasses the Pulicat Lake Bird Sanctuary. The barrier island ofSriharikota separates the lake from the Bay of Bengal. The island is home to the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
In the 1st century, the anonymous mariner who wrote Periplus of the Erythraean Sea listed ...Read more
NTR Jalasayamlocated in Kalavakunta village (Penumoor Mandal) near Chittoor. This Jalasayam is the main drinking water source to Chittoor town. NTR Jalasayam located in Kalavakunta village (Penumoor Mandal) near Chittoor. This Jalasayam is the main drinking water source to Chittoor town.
It was around in 1995/6 then Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had laid foundation ...Read more
The National MST Radar
The National MST Radar Facility at Gadanki near Thirupati, under the Department of Space, has set up a Sodium Lidar, which is a ground based instrument for studying vertical and temporal structure of mesosphere and lower thermosphere (MLT) region. This is the first of its kind in India and will help in characterising the wind ...Read more
NagariNagri is situated on the banks of River Kusasthali,Nagari is a favorite tourist spot. Nagari Hills has an elevation of about 855 meters. Nagari is a town that is located in the Chittoor District of the State of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a semi industrialized place. The town is located on the Andhra Pradesh and Tamil ...Read more
The Gajapath hill is an ideal spot for picnickers and trekkers, lending its beauty with one of the most visually pleasing waterfalls. The hill is covered with herbal floral greenery and the water passes through them seems so crystal clear water reaches a small pond through two cascades.
One coming from the eastern part of the ...Read more
Kailasanathakona water falls is situated in the valley of Nagirihills near Puttur.The water here is said to be rich in minerals andposses curative properties. Puranas reveal thatLord Kailasanathaswamy attended the marriage of LordVenkateswaraSwamy and goddess padmavati at Narayanavanam
and selected this water fall for meditation .Hence, this place iscalled Kailasanathakona which is a picnic, scenic and ...Read more
Kaundinya Wildlife SanctuaryKaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary and an elephant reserve situated in Andhra Pradesh, India.It is the only sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh with a population of Asian Elephants, which migrated after 200 years from neighbouring regions.
Kaundinya is a region to which elephants have returned after 200 years. In the last decade, elephants have been ...Read more
Kalyani DamKalyani Dam, the reservoir of drinking water for pilgrims and residents of Tirumala and Tirupati, stands in middle of the Bakarapeta Forest. The catchment area of the dam is around 48.56 sq Km and the full reservoir level touching to 900 feet.
This is a favorite picnic spot for locals and visitors. The mesmerizing water reservoir ...Read more
Kaigal water fallsKaigal water falls is situated in the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh state and is surrounded by the Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary.
It is popularly known as Kaigal falls in reference to the Kaigal village situated about 2.5 kilometres from the Falls is located at 13.0690°N 78.5621°E.It has an average elevation of 633 meters (2,079 ft). Locally the falls is called as Dumukuralla Water ...Read more
Horsley HillsStanding at a dizzying height of 4,312 feet (1,314 meters) above sea-level, the unspoilt and tranquil environs of Horsley Hills in Chittoor district command breath-taking, panoramic views of the lush expanse of the broken hill ranges of the Southern portion of the Eastern Ghats. Located near the South Western border of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, ...Read more
GurramkondaGurramkonda is a historical place located between Cuddapah and the Bangalore highway in Chittoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Gurramkonda is a mandal headquarters.
Gurramkonda is located at 13.7833°N 78.5833°E. It has an average elevation of 647 metres (2,123 ft).
Gurramkonda is a Hill-Fort town.It was a fort town for the Vijayanagara kingdomunder King Sree Krishna Deva Raya. The name came because ...Read more
Chandragiri FortChandragiri Fort is famous for the historical fort, built in the 11th century, and the Raja Mahal (Palace) is located in Chandragiri, Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh, India.
Chandragiri was under the rule of YadavaNaidus for about three centuries and came into control of Vijayanagar rulers in 1367. It came into prominence during SaluvaNarasimhaRayalu. Chandragiri was the 4th capital of VijayanagarEmpire,Rayas shifted their capital to here ...Read more