Andhra Pradesh Travel Guide

Andhra Pradesh, the fifth largest state of India is spread over an area of 275,068 sq. km. Situated on the Deccan plateau, the state is bordered by Tamil Nadu on the south, Karnataka on the west, Maharashtra on the north and northwest, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa on the northeast, and the Bay of Bengal on the east. Andhra Pradesh India is known for its glorious past. The ancient temples, monuments, forts, palaces, old markets are the testimony to its rich history, culture and architecture. There are many sacred pilgrimage shrines in Andhra Pradesh of which Tirumala and Puttaparthi are visited by millions of devotees from all across the world. Andhra Pradesh is blessed with breathtaking natural beauty. Surrounded by misty hills, dense forests, undulating mountains, silvery cascades, and shimmering rivers, Andhra Pradesh is home to many famous hill stations, wild life sanctuaries, national parks and, virgin beaches.

Capital: Hyderabad,   Location: South India

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An Insight into Andhra Pradesh Tourism

“Everything’s Possible ”

HISTORY Of Andhra Pradesh is from Vedic period, as Andras were called Dakshina pandit. Andhra CULTURE has great influence of music. Kuchupudi is the famous dance form of this state. Ugadi (Telugu new year), sankaranthi-FESTIVALS are popular, Lumbini festivals, Deccan festival, Rayalseema dance festival are some more popular festivals grandly celebrated. Telugu is the regional language spoken all through this state.

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Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

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Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

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Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

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