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Siddavatam Fort - Things to Know Before Visiting

Maria Puram, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh 516001, India

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About Siddavatam Fort

Siddavatam Fort, constructed in 1303 CE, lies on the banks of the Pennar River. The fort extends over an area of 30 acres (12 ha). Visitors can view gateways and decorated pillars at the two ends of the fort. Top of the fort has been adorned with carvings of Gajalakshmi.


Attractions Near Siddavatam Fort

Talakona Waterfalls
Talakona Waterfalls77.61km from Siddavatam Fort

Talakona Waterfalls is one of the highest waterfalls in the country. With white streams of water falling from a height of 270 feet, Talakona waterfalls presents a breathtaking view amid serene natural surroundings.

Gandikota Fort
Gandikota Fort83.08km from Siddavatam Fort

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.

Kadiri Konda Narasimhaswamy Chenchu Laxmi Temple

This is an ancient Hindu temple located in Kadiri, Narasimhaswamy is the presiding deity in the temple. It is believed that the lord Narasimha Swamy is Swayambhu in this place which was emerged from the roots of Kadri tree roots.

Silathoranam Garden
Silathoranam Garden95.55km from Siddavatam Fort

Silathoranam is a natural rock formation in Tirumala, which is situated near the Chakra Theertham. This rock formation holds an archaeological importance and resembles the hood of a serpent, a discus and a conch. Local inhabitants also believe that this rock is dedicated to the idol of Lord Venkateswara.

Tirumala
Tirumala96.69km from Siddavatam Fort

Tirumala Venkateswara temple is one of the richest temples in the world which is dedicated to Lord Shri Venkateshwara. It is also one of the most visited temples by the Hindus. The architecture of the temple is its star attraction which leaves one spellbound. The temple features Dravidian style of architecture all around, right from the intricately carved doorways to Mandap.

Sri Venkateshwara National Park
Sri Venkateshwara National Park102.99km from Siddavatam Fort

This is a national park and Biosphere reserve in Andhra pradesh, India. the park is known for its many waterfalls. The vegetation in the national park consists of dry deciduous mixed forest with patches of moist deciduous forests in the valleys.

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Discover More Attractions in Kadapa, Where Siddavatam Fort Is Located

Kadapa
Kadapa
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The name Kadapa is derived from the Telugu word Gadapa (threshold). Kadapa has historical importance since the BC era. Nandalur is an important Buddhist site in the district along with Tallapaka, Rajampeta, Konduru, Khazipeta in the district.

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