Nov 22 2013 (4:13PM) Kadiri, Anantpauram District of AP:
Nov 19 2013 (8:46PM) Thimmamma marrimanu (Pic 2 & 3) (Thimmamma Banyan Tree) Thimmamma Marrimanu Marrimanu, a Guinness World Record Holder, is the name of a Banyan tree in Anantapur district, located about 25 km from town Kadiri in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India
Nov 19 2013 (8:44PM) Kadiri Lakshmi Naramiha Swamy temple (Pic 1), very is famous 4 with kms song from "KatamaPawan station Kalyan'slatesttelugublockbusterAttarintikiDaredi You can hire an auto Very famous with song "Katama rayuda kadiri Narasimhuda" of the Pawan Kalyan's latest telugu block buster Attarintiki Daredi Connected by APSRTC run passenger bus services You can inquire at the APSRTC bus stand which 1 km from the Railway station You can take APSRTC run passenger buses from Kadiri enroute Thimmamma Marrimanu, the journey Bus offers stand spectacularviewsofrockformationsofvariousshapes From Kadiri enroute Thimmamma Marrimanu, the journey offers spectacular views of rock formations of various shapes
KRY is a station rebuilt and modernized after guage conversion. Kadiri, Anantpauram District of AP: Alight here for several highly valued places including: 1. Kadiri Lakshmi Naramiha Swamy temple (Pic 1), is 4 kms from the station. You can hire an auto.Very famous with song "Katama rayuda kadiri Narasimhuda" of the Pawan Kalyan's latest telugu block buster Attarintiki Daredi. The... more...
locals call the deity with the name "Katama Rayudu" as well. Very popular among all the Narasimha Swamy devotees and particularly in AP rayalaseema and karnataka rayalaseema regions. 2. Thimmamma marrimanu (Pic 2 & 3) (Thimmamma Banyan Tree) Thimmamma Marrimanu, a Guinness World Record Holder, is the name of a Banyan tree in Anantapur district, located about 25 km from town Kadiri in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Connected by APSRTC run passenger bus services. You can inquire at the APSRTC bus stand which 1 km from the Railway station. It is present in the Indian Botanical Gardens and is more than 650 years old. It is reported to be the world's biggest tree with a canopy of 19,107 square metres as per the Gunness Book of World records 1989. Its branches spreads over 2.5 acres, and hence was recorded as the biggest tree in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1989. 3. Yogi Vemana Samadhi (Pic 4) Famous for the Yogi Vemana Samadhi, Kattarupally attracts a lot of pilgrims. Situated 25 kms. You can take APSRTC run passenger buses from the Bus stand. From Kadiri enroute Thimmamma Marrimanu, the journey offers spectacular views of rock formations of various shapes. Yogi Vemana is widely known as peoples' poet. His simple and colloquial Telugu poems, which narrates truths of day to day life and social evils, are very popular among the literates and illiterate ruralites. Source of information & pics: Various Website and full credits go to the respective owners.
KRY is a station that got fixed up and made all fancy after they changed the tracks. Kadiri, in Anantapura District of Andhra Pradesh, is where you should get off if you wanna see some cool stuff. This place has got some top-notch attractions like:
1. Kadiri Lakshmi Naramiha Swamy temple (Pic 1): This temple is about 4 kilometers away from the station. You can grab an auto to get there. It's super famous, especially because of that song "Katama rayuda kadiri Narasimhuda" from the hit Telugu movie Attarintiki Daredi by Pawan Kalyan. The locals even call the main deity "Katama Rayudu." It's a big deal for all the devotees of Narasimha Swamy, especially in Andhra Pradesh's Rayalaseema region and the Rayalaseema region of Karnataka.
2. Thimmamma Marrimanu (Pic 2 & 3) (Thimmamma Banyan Tree): This place is a big deal. It holds the Guinness World Record for being the largest Banyan tree. It's located 25 kilometers away from Kadiri, in Anantapura district. You can hop on an APSRTC passenger bus to get there. The bus stand is about 1 kilometer away from the Railway station, so ask around there. This gigantic tree is more than 650 years old and has a canopy that spreads over 19,107 square meters, which is like, massive! That's why it made it to the Guinness Book of World Records in 1989.
3. Yogi Vemana Samadhi (Pic 4): This place is pretty famous 'cause it's got the Yogi Vemana Samadhi. Kattarupally, where it's located, gets a lot of pilgrims. It's about 25 kilometers away, and you can catch an APSRTC passenger bus from the bus stand to get there. On the way to Thimmamma Marrimanu from Kadiri, you'll get to see some wicked rock formations. Yogi Vemana is known as the poet of the people. His poems in simple and everyday Telugu are a hit among both the educated folks and the folks from the countryside.
All the info and pics are from various websites, and all credits go to the original owners.
Thank you for sharing this valuable information about KRY/Kadiri station. It's great to know that the station has been rebuilt and modernized after gauge conversion. The highlights you mentioned, such as the Kadiri Lakshmi Naramiha Swamy temple, Thimmamma Marrimanu, and Yogi Vemana Samadhi, sound fascinating and worth visiting. I appreciate your effort in providing details about the distance from the station and transportation options for each of these places. The pictures you shared also add visual appeal. It's wonderful to learn about the rich cultural and natural heritage of this region.
Thimmamma Marrimanu Short Film --------------------------------------------------------- This is a short film made by collating Pictures and a 360 degree view video of Thimmamma Marrimanu, The worlds biggest Bayna tree. This is how Thimamma Marrimanu can be seen from the Thimmamma temple that's under the tree. Thimmamma Marrimanu is world's largest banyan tree spanning 5 acres and has been recognized by Guinness World Records in 1989. The tree is more than 500 years old and stands as one of the Symbols of rich cultural heritage of Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh state in India. Please share this... more...
video and help improve tourism in Anantapur, AP, India Thimmamma Marrimanu is located at 27 kms distance from Kadiri and is connected by Ordinary APSRTC bus stand.
Yo, check out this dope short film about Thimmamma Marrimanu, the sickest Bayna tree in the world! They made this film by putting together pictures and a 360-degree video of the tree. You can see it from the Thimmamma temple, which is right underneath it. This tree is huge, man! It spans 5 acres and even got recognized by Guinness World Records back in '89. It's over 500 years old, making it a symbol of the sick culture in Anantapur district, AP, India. Let's share this vid and boost tourism in Anantapur! Thimmamma Marrimanu is only 27 kms away from Kadiri, and you can easily get there by hopping on a regular APSRTC bus. Peace!
Thimmamma Marrimanu Short Film --------------------------------------------------------- Yeh ek short film hai jisme Thimmamma Marrimanu ke tasveeron aur 360 degree view video ka saath liya gaya hai. Thimmamma Marrimanu, duniya ka sabse bada Bayna ped, is tarah se dekha ja sakta hai Thimmamma mandir ke neeche wale ped se. Thimmamma Marrimanu duniya ki sabse badi banyan ped hai jo 5 acres tak faila hua hai aur isko 1989 mein Guinness World Records ne pehchan liya hai. Ye ped 500 saal se bhi purana hai aur Andhra Pradesh ke Anantapur jile ki samriddh sanskritik virasat ka ek pratik hai. Is video ko please share karein aur Anantapur, AP, India mein tourism ko badhane mein madad karein Thimmamma Marrimanu Kadiri se 27 km door hai aur ise Ordinary APSRTC bus se joda hai.
Thank you for sharing this informative video about the Thimmamma Marrimanu, the world's largest banyan tree. It is truly a marvel of nature and a symbol of the rich cultural heritage of Anantapur district in Andhra Pradesh. By promoting this video, we can help improve tourism in the region. I appreciate your effort in sharing this valuable information.
amenities at kadiri are very bad.if ur to stay/buffer at station you will find loopholes- NO toilets/restrooms NO Waiting rooms for general/ac/sleeper class NO electronic coach number/train status arrival or dept display NO announcement of... more...
train arrv/dept running status only one stall having hot/cold beverage at right side of platform 1 in direction
Amenities at Kadiri are super shitty. If you gotta stay or suffer at the station, you'll find all sorts of problems. No freakin' toilets or restrooms. No waiting rooms for regular, fancy, or sleeper class passengers. No electronic displays to check your coach number or train status for arrival or departure. And don't even think about hearing any announcements about when the damn train is coming or leaving. The only thing they got is one measly stall on the right side of platform 1 where you can get a hot or cold drink. Straight ahead.
kadiri mein suvidha bahut bakwaas hai. agar tum station par rukna/halke mein hai toh loopholes milenge -
- Koi shauchalay/ramneeyat nahi hai
- General/AC/Sleeper class ke liye intezaar karne ki koi kothari nahi hai
- Electronic coach number/train status arrival or dept display nahi hai
- Train ki aaane jaane ki koi ghoshna nahi hai
- Sirf ek thela hai jisme garam/thanda beverage hai, platform 1 ki right side mein, direction ki taraf
I understand your frustration with the lack of amenities at Kadiri station. It is unfortunate that there are no toilets, waiting rooms for different classes, electronic coach number or train status display, or announcements of train arrivals and departures. It seems like there is only one stall for hot and cold beverages on the right side of platform 1. This can definitely pose inconvenience to passengers who need to stay or wait at the station. It would be helpful if the authorities could address these issues and improve the facilities at Kadiri station for a better passenger experience.
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