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Lepakshi 
Lepakshi

It's one of the imperative legacy locales in Andhra Pradesh featuring the inheritance of Vijayanagara Dynasty. It's among the acclaimed Tourist puts in Andhra Pradesh and also one of the mainstream one-day excursion from Bangalore. Lepakshi was established in the sixteenth century involving the principle of the Vijayanagara ruler, Aliya Rama Raya. Virupanna, the imperial treasurer was blamed for illustration assets with no lord's consent from the state treasury to assemble the Veerabhadra refuge at Lepakshi. In any case, he blinded himself to keep up a strategic space in the Lord's discipline. Indeed, even now one can observe two dim spots upon the divider close to the Kalyana Mandapa, which are reportedly the imprints produced by his own eyes. Subsequently, the town is known as'Lepa-Akshi', implies a city of this blinded eye. Lepakshi is the focus of probably the best sanctuary engineering and works of art. Lepakshi includes of three critical sanctuaries dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Veerabhadra, of which Veerabhadra refuge has become the most vital place to visit in Lepakshi (that has additionally alluded as Lepakshi Temple). The sanctuaries of Papanatheswara, Raghunatha, Srirama, Veerabhadra, and Durga are located in a similar complex on a hillock named as Kurma Saila (tortoise formed slope). The Vijayanagar styled refuge has a couple of amazing works of art on the roof. The hanging column upheld from the top is amazement for the guests. Toward the south of the principal area of worship is a massive Nagalingam, remaining on a stone square, covered with a seven-headed cobra, grandly cut out of single shake. The solid Nandi in Lepakshi city is just another exceptional component. The crafted works of Lepakshi are likewise very famous among ladies everywhere across the nation.



Thimmamma Marrimanu
Thimmamma Marrimanu
The tree is over 550 years old covers more than 5 acres and has about 1100 roots. It was recorded as the largest banyan tree at the Guinness Book of World Records in 1989. The tree was first noticed by Sathyanarayana Iyer, a freelance writer who resides in Bengaluru, Karnataka who spread the word about this tree and attempted for entry. There is a temple devoted to Thimmamma under the tree. This lady was born to Mangamma and Sennakka Venkatappa in the year 1394 AD. She got married with Bala Veerayya. There is a belief that the childless couples that come to pray at this temple will definitely blessed with kids the very next year. A huge Jatara is run here on the afternoon of Shivaratri festival when thousands of people flock here to worship Thimmamma on this event. Gutibayalu could be achieved by public transportation from Kadiri town.

Penukonda Fort
Penukonda Fort

The Penukonda Fort is one of the principal attractions of Anantapur. Situated at a distance of almost 70-km from Anantapur, the fort derived its name from the word Penukonda, which literally means big hill. After having analyzed the early inscriptions the Penukonda Fort, archaeologists have concluded that the fort was built Vira Virupanna Udaiyar's principle, the son of King-Bukka I of Vijayanagar. A massive Idol of Lord Hanuman is put within the fort. The fort also includes multiple mosques inside. The'Sher Khan Mosque' being one of the most essential. The Gagan Mahal, a palace within the fort, was constructed back in the 16th century. The other Palace,'Babayya Darga' as constructed to signify harmony between Hindus and Muslims.

 Anantapur Clock Tower
 Anantapur Clock Tower
You may view it both from your car, and also get down to shoot pictures. The Anantapur Clock Tower is the landmark of This city Anantapur. It was constructed through the summer time India got freedom and to this day, it stands tall. The clock tower is located in the middle of the road.


ISKCON Temple
ISKCON Temple
Radha Parthasarathy Temple, Constructed from the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in Anantapur, was inaugurated in February 2008. Constructed at a cost of Rs.5 crore, this grand temple is situated at Somaladoddi the village that is just in the outskirts of town.
The temple government offers free food in the kind of prasadam to children in neighboring areas and patients in the hospitals. Taxis and autorickshaws are accessible to visitors to the temple. It is a must-visit destination for devotees. Families visiting the shrine will enjoy the peaceful ambiance reverberating here. The temple is devoted to Lord Krishna (in the Kind of Parthasarathy) and Goddess Radha. The idols of Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha are placed in the Garbha Gruha of the temple. The temple is located in the shape of a chariot. The color of this temple during the day is pink but it requires gold shade during the night. The temple includes Vedanta Patashala, conference hall, kirtan hall, restaurant and garden in its premises. Janmashtami is celebrated in the temple together with pomp and gaiety. 

Gooty Fort
 Gooty Fort
Located 300 meters above the floor level, overlooking the small town of Gooty, the Gooty Fort has long been a substantial strategic place for those rulers which have seen their own kingdoms flourish in this part of the country. The title Gooty is derived from the city's previous original title, Gowthampuri. Gooty Fort is one of the oldest hill forts in the state and also the nation, having seen countless of different rulers, empires, and regimes. Having been designated as a monument of national importance, Gooty Fort is now a renowned attraction alluring visitors owing to its enchanting atmosphere full of historical ruins and tranquil vistas. The glorious fort has become the stronghold of the Chalukyas, Mughals, Marathas, East India Company and also the Vijayanagara Empire before the Qutb Shahi dynasty took over. It is well mentioned as the'King of Forts' according to various historic inscriptions found here. The colossal hill covers a huge area being surrounded by the town on three sides and also the westernmost point housing the citadel of the fort.

Penna Ahobilam
Penna Ahobilam
Penna Ahobilam is Famous for its Lord Narasimha Swamy Temple. This shrine was assembled on the footprints of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy that measured 5 feet 3 inches. The shrine also serves as the prominent venue for marriage ceremonies. Within the temple complex, tourists may visit Adi Lakshmi Devi Temple and Chenchu Lakshmi Devi TempleThis is a really small village located 36 km away from Anantapur. A very beautiful temple situated on a very small hill. You'll need to scale some 30 measures, which are broad and wide. Outside the temple is a statue of Lord Narasimha looking from this pillar.








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