Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple
Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple is a Hindu-Vaishnavite temple situated at Tadpatri in Anantpur district. The temple is dedicated to lord Venkateswara. It is situated on banks of river Penna which is passing through the town.
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23.87km from Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple
Belum Caves are the largest and longest cave system in India still open for the tourists. The second largest caves in India after the Krem Liat Prah in Meghalaya and famous for their unique formations such as stalactite and stalagmite formations, the caves were formed over a period of millions of years with the consequent formation of limestone.
31.21km from Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple
Gandikota is a historical village and fort on the bank of Penna river. The fort was the central power for various dynasties. Pemmasani Ramalinga Nayaka constructed the huge fort at Gandikota with 101 towers replacing the previous sand fort constructed by Kaka Raja.
45.49km from Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple
This is a ruined fort located on a hill in the Gooty town of Andhra pradesh. Situated 300 meters above the ground level. Having been designated as a monument of national importance, Gooty Fort is now a famous attraction alluring visitors owing to its enchanting atmosphere filled with historic ruins.
75.93km from Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple
Penna Ahobilam is renowned for its Lord Narasimha Swamy Temple. This shrine was constructed on the footprints of Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy that measured 5 ft 3 inches. The shrine also serves as the prominent venue for marriage ceremonies. Within the temple complex, tourists can see Adi Lakshmi Devi Temple and Chenchu Lakshmi Devi Temple.
85.55km from Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple
Puttaparthi is a small dusty village located in Anantapur district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It has now attained international as well as national fame because of the glory of Bhagvan Shri Sathya Sai Baba. In Puttaparthy, Sai Baba Ashram was built by his ardent devotees and is called as "Prashanti Nilayam", which means abode of peace.
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It is the largest district in the state by area. The name Anantapur was named after a big tank called Anantasagara which means “Endless Ocean”.Lepakshi, a village in Anantapur District famous for the temple of Vijayanagara architectural style, Monolithic Lepakshi Nandi, and Hanging Pillar, Monolithic Naagalingam.
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