Panchadarla siva temple
Panchadarla, Andhra Pradesh 531061, India
About Panchadarla siva temple
The temple is built by the eastern Chalukya Cholas in the ninth century. The beautifully sculpted pillars of the mandapam and the 15 th century inscriptions could be of intrest to any history lover.
Attractions near Panchadarla siva temple
This is a famous lake and bird sanctuary. It comprises a unique and endangered forest type which was located in the foothills of Eastern ghats.
One of the most beautiful beaches of the town, this one with palm trees and picture perfect sceneries and with soft sands and cool breeze always provides a secluded atmosphere.
Bavikonda is one of the prominent attractions, located in the Sankaram village of Anakapalli. Being a popular Buddhist excavation site, the place is known as a Buddhist heritage spot, which reveals history, of before 2,000 years. The architectural remnants of the Buddhist period are earliest of its kind in South India and are prime attraction of the place.
Dolphin's Nose is one of the popular tourist attractions located in the southern part of the destination. Possessing a height of about 174 metres, the rocky headland is surmounted on an average altitude of 358 metres above the sea level. The name of the place is derived from the shape of the rock, which resembles a nose of the dolphin.
Simhachalam is one of the 32 Narasimha temples in Andhra Pradesh which are important pilgrimage centres. It was regarded as an important centre of Vaishnavism in the medieval period
RK Beach gets its name from the Ramakrishna Mission ashram situated near the beach. With its serene waters and cool atmosphere, the beach offers a wonderful view of the countryside. The view of the sunset from this beach is truly mesmerizing and one can find a number of people enjoying some relaxed moments in this beautiful beach enjoying the perfect view.
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