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Nelakondapalli

Nelakondapalli

Nelakondapalli gains religious importance as it is associated with Mahabharata, one of the famous epics of Hinduism. Archaeological evidences bear traces of Mahabharata period. Excavations conducted in this place unearthed several idols, viharas and stupas belonging to Buddhism. The excavations also uncovered a stupa made of stone belonging to a period between the third and fourth centuries. The ancient temples found here highlight the cultural past and the architectural brilliance.

Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple

Famously known as Telangana Tirupati, Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple is located in Jamalapuram, which is around 79 kms from Khammam. This ancient temple was visited by the famous Vijayanagar ruler Krishna Deva Raya, who renovated the temple. Considered to be more than 1000 years old, the temple is located in a scenic landscape, which offers spectacular views of green hills in the vicinity.

Perantalapalli

Behold the picturesque landscapes of Perantalapalli. This enchanting place is located in-between Kunavaram and Rajahmundry. This tribal village located on hilltop offers view of the confluence of Sabari and Godavari Rivers. View of Papi Hills and Munivaatam Falls are breathtaking.

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