Places around Kadapa within city

Here's a list of all places you could visit in Kadapa with your prescribed distance:

1/3 Places to Visit in Kadapa within city
Ameen Peer Dargah, Kadapa
Within Kadapa city limits
History

Ameenpeer Dargah is situated at a distance of 4 km from the Kadapa city. The dargah is known for preaching communal harmony.

Ameen Peer Dargah, also known as Asthana-e-Magdoom Ilahi Dargah complex in Kadapa City is an example of the communal harmony preached by great saints and sages in ancient days. On every Thursday and Friday, scores of pilgrims cutting across religious faiths, throng the 300-year-old shrine seeking blessings of saints Peerullah Hussaini and Arifullah Hussaini II who lie buried here. A large number of Hindus, Muslims and people of different faiths are disciples o...

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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...

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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...

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