Places around Kadapa with Architecture

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1/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Bhagwan Mahavir Government Museum is a Government run museum situated at Kadapa. The museum specializes is showcasing artifacts and antiques from around the Kadapa region.

Established in the year 1982 by the Andhra Pradesh government, the museum is a place where artifacts of the primeval age are stored. The priceless collection in the museum includes Antediluvian stone sculptures, bronze icons and primitive inscriptions. The artifacts give a glimpse in to the ancient civilization of Kadapa. All the idols in the museum date back to some period between 5th and the 18th century AD. The...

2/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Kathula Koneru is a red colored pond situated inside the premises of Gandikota Fort, Andhra Pradesh. This ancient fort was built around 15-16th C during Vijayanagara period. It lies in a small village of Gandikota. It is 77 kms away from Kadapa district.

Kathula Koneru literally means "a pond of swords". It is believed that the red color of the fort is due to the fact that in ancient time, when kings or rulers used to come back from wars then, they used to wash their swords in this pond. That is why it has red colored water. The actual reason, however, is due to the presence of ...

3/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture
Kodandarama Temple, Vontimitta
24.4 kms from Kadapa city limits

Kodandarama Temple is a religious site in the Vontimitta town of Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh. The place is located at a distance of 24. 4 kms from the Kadapa city.

According to legend the Kondandarama Temple was built by the robbers Vontudu and Mittudu who turned into devotees of Lord Rama. The temple, along with neighbouring structures, has been declared a monument of national importance and is protected centrally. The architectural style of the temple dates back to the Vijayanagara era. It has three gopurams or gateway towers, a mandapam with 32 pillars, and a garbha griham or sanctum...

4/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Madhavaraya Swamy Temple is one of the popular tourist spots of Andhra Pradesh. The historic temple is located in the village Gandikota on the Pennar banks. It is 80 kms from the city of Kadapa. It can be conveniently accessed from personal vehicles.

Madhavaraya Swamy Temple lies within the premises of Gandikota Fort. Although, there are no more idols as they have been to another place a long time ago. Gandikota fort is also generally known as the Grand Canyon of India, which was established in Vijayanagara period around 15th C. Its walls are illustrated by fish and tortoise car...

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Pushpagiri Temple Complex
11.6 kms from Kadapa city limits

Pushpagiri Temple Complex is a historic religious site located in Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh. The place is situated at a distance of about 11. 6 kms from the Kadapa airport.

The town and temple complex of Pushpagiri lie on the banks of the Pinakini or Pennar river. The collection of temples in the Pushpagiri Temple Complex dates back to ancient times, and has been mentioned even in the Puranas. It has been called the 'second Hampi' of the South and is the only Advaita Mutt in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

The site is a amalgamation of holy shrines, as well as, architectural ...

6/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Sangameswara Swamy temple is one of the prominent Hindu temples in Kadapa. It is located in Animela, Veerapunayanipalle Mandle, Kadapa district, around 50 kms from Kadapa city center.

The historic Sangameswara Swamy temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. The temple located on the banks of Papagni river, at the confluence of Papagni and Mogamooru rivers. A large collection of tools, coins, pots and other antiques belonging to Sathavahana and Chola period were unearthed near this temple.

The temple is adorned with wonderful sculptures of of Siva, Anesha, Nataraja, Rama, Anjan...

7/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Sidhout Fort located in Kadapa is a famous archaeological site. This fort is famous for being the gateway to Dakshina Kashi which remodelled as Rock Fort from Mud Fort in ancient days. The Fort is located at a distance of about 25 kms from the centre of the city Kadapa.

Sidhout Fort was built by Matti Raja's in the year 1303 AD of Tuluva Dynasty. Fort is built on the banks of Pennar river and extends over 30 acres in land. After the victory of Ootukuru war, the fort was gifted by Vijaynagar Emperor Araveeti Venkatapathi Rayulu in 1605 to Yellamaraju. Later, Nizams of Hyderabad took...

8/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Sri Venkateshwara Temple is a prominent Hindu temple situated at a distance of 5 km from the Kadapa city.

Sri Venkateswara Temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara and is visited by thousands of devotees round the year. Before visiting this temple, devotees are required to pay homage to the temple at Tirupati. Devuni Kadapa, a place in the city of Kadapa, Andhra Prdaesh, is also known as Tirumala Tholi Gadapa Devuni Kadapa – Shri Lakshmi Venkateswara Swamy Devasthanam. The place Kadapa is named after the word Gadapa which is originated from the word 'Devuni Gadapa' meaning 'entranc...

9/9 Places to Visit in Kadapa with Architecture

Veerabhadra Swamy Temple is a prominent and sacred historical temple located approximately 48 kms from the centre of the city Kadapa.

Veerabhadra Swamy Temple is a very old temple and carries a lot of historical significance. Architectural brilliance is notable in this temple. The temple complex is approximately thousand years old. Daksha Prajapati appears in worshipping form near the lord in the sanctum sanctorum. The Siva Linga is located to the right of Lord Veerabhadra. During morning hours, Veerabhadra appears in Bala Rupam and in evening hours in Ugra Rupam with moustache. Be...