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Blog Entry# 913619  
Posted: Nov 22 2013 (14:31)

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Nov 22 2013 (14:31)   TU/Tadipatri (3 PFs)

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Tadipatri, in the Anantapuram District of AP, is a well known historical pilgrim center among the locals but due to the less publicity by the tourism ministry of AP, its not known to many of the outsiders.
Given below are some of the piligrim centers much with the resemblance to the Hampi & Melkote.
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attractions 1 & 2 are accessible with
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an Auto rickshaw.... You can hire an Auto from Railway station to take you around all these places and drop you back at station.
attraction 3 has APSRTC bus connectivity from the Tadipatri bus stand which is 3 kms to the railway station.
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Attractions:
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1. Chintala Venkataramana Swamy (Chintalaraya Swamy) Temple dedicated to venkateswara (balaji) built by the rulers of Vijayanagara Empire has a very rich stone art work and is an architectural wonder. Has the pillars which would produce SAREGAMA sounds when played resembling to the ones at Hampi temple.
2. Bugga ramalingeswara swamy temple dedicated to the Eswara built by the rulers of Vijayanagara empire. Bugga Means "A water source coming out of the earth by self". It resembles to most of the Eswara temples like Gokarna. The semi finished north entrance gopuram resembling the famous Melkote gopuram. This entrance opens doors to the Pennar River.
3. Aluru kona ranganayaka swamy temple dedicated to the Ranganayaka Swamy (Vishnu in sleeping posture) is about 17 kms from TU railway station through a small ghat road. The river-let that flows by the side of the temple which has step wise water falls and have layers of swim friendly water bodies. The water is very clear and is mild even though it flows close to the Cement Factories like L & T & Pennar.
Pic 1: Chintalaraya Swamy temple Source: click here
Pic 2: Bugga ramalingeswara Swamy temple Source: click here
Pic 3: Water river-lets by the side of aluru kona temple source: click here
Pic 4: Alurukona Ranganayaka Swamy temple Aerial view source: click here

  
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Nov 23 2013 (01:24)
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Its a mesmerizing stone art....shouldn't miss....

  
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Apr 25 2016 (01:26)
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very useful thanks for sharing :)

  
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Apr 29 2016 (21:09)
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Its indeed a great place to visit. Stop by when possible. You can hire an Auto from Railway station to take you around all these places and drop you back at station.
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