Tourist Place


Devuni Kadapa Temple

The name "Devuni Kadapa" is derived from the word gadapa, which means "threshold" or "door sill". The pilgrims who wanted to visit the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, located in Tirupati, had to first visit the Lakshmi Venkateswara Swami Temple in Devuni Kadapa, hence gaining its name

Pushpagiri Temple

The name Pushpagiri derives from a local legend that to extricate his mother Vinutha from the shackles of slavery of his stepmother Kadruva, Garuda has embarked on a journey to the heavens to conquer Lord Indra and fetch the holy nectar of Ambrosia. Garuda while returning from the heavenly abode passed by the hamlet then called - Kampalle,...read more

Ahobilam Temple

 It is situated on the Nallamalai ranges near Nandyal Railway Station of Andhra Pradesh state. The Nallamalai ranges south of river Krishna, down to Tirupati and are called `Sesha Parvatha`. Sesha is the name of the king of serpents. The hood of the sesha is at Tirupati, the tail at Srisailam and the middle is situated at Ahobilam. Nalla...read more

Vontimitta Temple

The temple, the largest in the region is built in Vijayanagara style of architecture, in the "Sandhara" order within a rectangular yard enclosed by walls.  It has three ornate Gopurams (towers) of which the central tower, which faces east, is the entrance gateway to the temple; the other two towers face north and south. This central t...read more

Ameen Peer Dargah Shrine

Ameen Peer Dargah. Ameenpeer Dargah  is a sufi shrine located in the Kadapa City in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is claimed folk that the saints of the shrine are the descendants of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.

Gandikota

Gandikota is a small village on the right bank of the river Pennar, 15 km from Jammalamadugu in Kadapa district, Andhra Pradesh. Gandikota is a small village on the right bank of the river Pennar, 15 km from Jammalamadugu in Kadapa district, Andhra Pradesh. The fort of Gandikota acquired its name due to the 'gorge' (in Telugu it is called ...read more