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Kurnool: Rayalaseema Gateway

11.05.22

India is a full of surprise and so much history lefts that is imprint. In the same list Andhra Pradesh small town Kurnool counts in the list. The place is with much historical value with beautiful surroundings. It is also known as the gateway of Rayalaseema. For the exact replica of beauty and its surrounding area is the most mesmerizing which is taj mahal and other sightseeing places of agra that’s why most of the tourists pick sunrise taj mahal. The beauty of manmade reflects in the natures shine is always beyond the imagination that you can witnessed in Taj and as well as in Krunool.


When we give some light on the history of Kurnool in its domain left of the palace of gopal raju. In the medieval period the fort built by Vijaynagar Empire having Arabic inscriptions and Persian and the summer palaces built by Kurnool rulers during the 16th century. The name of Kurnool is actually derived from the Kandanavolu or Kandanolu, which is crossing across the Tungabadra River. In the city, Belum caves have historical importance with the Ketavaram rock paintings that dated back to the Paleolithic era.

There are many places to visit in the city and we will mention here the must-visit places of Andhra Kurnool such as Yaganti, Belum Caves, Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary, Konda Reddy fort, Venugoplaswami Temple, Mantralayam, Nagareswarasawami, Ahobilam Temple, Oravakallu Rock garden, Buddha Statue Museum, Nallamala Forest, and many more places to visit.

Yaganti: It is the most visited tourist spot which is famous for its temple of Sri Yagantiswamy and also known as Uma Maheshwara temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva that belongs to back dates of the 5th and 6th centuries. The temple house is the idol of Shiva and Parvathi fused together called Ardhanareeswara. The architecture of this temple is fascinating idol is carved out of a single stone and is a marvelous idol of the deities to behold.

Belum Caves: It is the largest and the longest caves system in India with the second largest caves in India after the Krem Liat Prah in Meghalaya and the center of the ball for their unique forms such as stalactite and stalagmite formations that were completed over a period of millions of years with the consequent formation of limestone. Belum cave is 46 meters deep this is called Pataalaganga. The structure of the cave is with a streamflow point, gliding over the rocks and hiding beneath the surface again. The Lord Buddha statue of forty feet high was outside the cave to honor the roles of monks in the caves.

How To Reach?
There are two modes of transport with the city is well connected by roads and rails. Hyderabad is a major city which is close with a distance of 210km. The best time to visit is the winter season but you can visit as per your comfort too.


In this blog, you will find the hidden treasure of the Indian places which is full of beautiful and majestic the Andhra Pradesh Kurnool place, and the golden triangle tour package in India which includes the tour of Agra (with the query of taj mahal time), Delhi, and Jaipur.