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A fascinating blend of the Hindu and Muslim cultures, every frame of Hyderabad - the joint capital of Andhra Pradesh and...
Our road trip starts from Hyderabad. It was a sudden plan and without taking a step back, we approached to our destination.We friends of 3+1(me), as usual started at devil hours i.e 3am as it was our first time(3am) we are excited. Taking the route through ORR and moving along the way feels to be excited.As we are moving ahead, sun began to rise it was a beautiful opening of the day.The wide 4lane road NH7 making our day more thrilling, as there was no such traffic which gave us to speed up at 160km/hr. I know it's not safe to drive fast but to reach and explore the place we have too.
The Pearl City down south, Hyderabad is renowned for its regal past, rich architecture, culture, and of course, its biryani that remains unmatched even today. Hyderabad has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destination in south India. Here's a poshtel where you can stay;
Note for Travelers:The Palace is located at Motigalli, very close to Charminar. It is well connected by public transport. The palace open from 10am to 5pm on all days except Fridays and National holiday. Entry charges are Rs.80. You need to pay Rs.50 extra for using still camera and Rs.200 for Video camera. There is ample parking space outside.To see the place and the surrounding area you will need 2-3 hrs of time. There are some trees and garden area where you can sit and relax. There is small refreshments store also inside.If antique or metal items interests, you can purchase some here.Photographer’s Note:The place interests photographers especially for its architecture. There is a lot of scope from big monuments to small intricate designs that you can shoot. As in many such monuments Tripods are not allowed.Suggested Equipment: A DSLR + Wide Angle Lens + A prime (optional)ONE LIFE FEW CLICKS | Photography Workshops & Photo Tours
Darbar Hall/Khilawat, was the seat of the Nizams and a place for holding darbar and other ceremonies. This place actually looks royal with its grand pillars and Takht-e-Nishan, a platform made of pure marble used as seating place of Nizam. The darbar hall is decorated with 19 Chandeliers of Belgian crystal, which has been reinstalled while recent renovation. All the chandeliers are of different designs.Darbar Hall is the best part of the palace to feel the grandeur and elegance of the palace.
The complex consists of two courtyards, the Dharbar Hall (the grand Khilwat), fountains and gardens.The Southern courtyard has four palaces - Afzal Mahal, Mahtab Mahal, Tahniyat Mahal and Aftab Mahal, built in the neo-classical style.The Northern courtyard has long corridor of rooms at one side called as Bara Imam. This space was for administrative wing at the time of Nizams. The other side of the courtyard are mirror images of the rooms which is called Shishe-Alat. These were used as guest rooms.
Chowmahalla Palace, as the name suggests the meaning ‘Char Mahal’ (Four Palaces). It was the residence of the Nizams of Hyderabad.The grand architecture, intricate designs on it and the decoration styles reflects how royal but elegant was the lives of Nizams in that era.The buildings had lost their charm with the passing time, and then the present heir of the Nizam started renovation. It took almost 5 year to complete. In January 2005 they decided to open this place for public.There are different galleries showcasing crockery, clothing, furniture, photographs and weapons of Nizam’s era. Vintage cars and buggee display is a major attraction for Car lovers.
Hyderabad is probably one of the most affordable metropolitan cities in India which makes it an ideal city for budget travellers. Home to grand old forts, palaces and monuments, there are various places to visit in Hyderabad that offer myriad cultural experiences for every kind of traveller. And practically at ZERO cost. Sharing a guide of the places which costs your pocket nothing and are absolutely Free of cost
It is quite a challenge for differently-abled people to roam around in public places specifically in our country because major sites doesn’t support the basic facilities required for a smooth transition by them. This has been an issue for a while with nothing much happening on this front. But a recent development announced by Telangana government does ignite a ray of hope and the initiative only sounds promisingThe government has announced the opening of a disabled-friendly park in Hyderabad, which has been designed keeping in mind all the basic amenities required by them to enjoy effortlessly in public spaces.
01st Aug 2017 :This August 2017 I was having a long weekend for 12,13,14,15 days and already informed my friends about a plan to Goa or Gokarna.As we were close to the D-Day and was finalizing the place to visit, one of my close buddy called up to invite for his marriage on 12th in Prodattur.Had to scrap off my Beaches plans and planned down to attend the marriage.So, started checking the places in and around Prodattur and found few interesting places. Had enough time over the weekend so planed my trip for 3 days to visit most of the places.Interesting Places on my List around my way:ProdaturAhobhilam - TempleGandikota – The Indian great CanyonKadapa ameenpur durgah - MasjidBelum cavesYaganti (unplanned visit) - TemplePushpagiri temple (unplanned visit) – TempleLets see wat I can cover……………………..Day 01 : (Hyderabad – Ahobilam - Proddatur)One of my friend and a Cousin Joined the trip, and we planned to start by 6am.Unfortunately, no one woke up early and at last we gathered at 10 am.Had our breakfast in Himayatnagar and Started our journey taking the PVR expressway towards Kurnool highway. In My Verna VGT.
127 Kms from Mantralayam
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Hampi (Hampe) is a village and temple town recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as the Group of Monuments ...
Hampi has risen to the top among the list of quick travel destinations in the recent years. Known for the abundant cave temples, the detailed carvings on them are noticeably flawless. One can just stare and admire the intricacy for hours. Cut out of a single rock are the four temples called ‘Badami’- meaning the color of almonds in colloquial term. It is an ideal picnic spot with river Tungabhadra flowing and boating facilities available during seasons. There are well figured statues of Nataraja in front of Cave 1 and Lord Vishnu guarding cave 3, only adding to the extravagance. If some time away is what you’re seeking, Hampi will not fail your zeal.Distance from Mumbai - 743 KmsHow to get there: The total travel time by road is approximately 12 hours and 41 minutes. The nearest railhead to Hampi is Hospet. To reach Mumbai to Hampi by train, you can take the Sbc Garib Nawaj from Mumbai to Hospet then take a cab or rent a private vehicle from Hospet to Hampi. Hospet to Hampi distance is just 13 km and takes around 27 minutes to reach by road. There are no direct flights play between Mumbai and Hampi. The most convenient way to reach Hampi by flight from Mumbai is to take a flight to Goa and then take a bus or a cab to reach Hampi. Goa to Hampi distance is 316 km. Alternatively, you can also fly to Belgaum and then take the road route from Belgaum to Hampi. Belgaum to Hampi distance by road is 266 km.Where to stay: Clark's In Hampi or Evolve Back. For more options, check here.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you've been to any of these places or know of some cool getaways from Mumbai, write to us and share your experience. To watch some exciting travel videos, log on to our YouTube page. If you enjoy what you see, hit like or subscribe.
The massive Vijaynagar dynasty made Hampi its capital centuries ago, and today the ruins weave a story of an empire that was flourishing in its times. It's a surreal feeling to be surrounded by eons of history. However, it is a place known to be frequented by backpackers because of the many cheap accommodations available. There are resorts and five-star hotels around Hampi but none of them is in Hampi, like the popular, and almost always occupied hostels and guesthouses.
9) Hampi: Also known as the boulder city or city of ruins, Hampi is an ancient town in Karnataka. The town is dotted with Numerous temple ruins, ruins of palaces, structures, pavilions and bastions from the pre Vijayanagara and the Vijayanagara period. The sight of these ruins is spell-bounding and makes Hampi a photographer’s delight. These monuments represent an historical era of art and culture. If seeing a Jaw-dropping sunset is still on your list, Hampi will check that off your bucket list for you. Virupaksha temple and Matanga Hill are two of the best points to catch the sundown from. Sanapur lake and Tungabhadra river are the places you’d want to go for a coracle ride. The geological terrain of Hampi is something that will catch your interest. This is where the name boulder city came from. Rich in history, culture and natural beauty, Hampi gives both pilgrims and backpackers a reason to visit this UNESCO world heritage site.What to do: Temple hopping, watch Sunset when everything changes to orange and golden, Hampi Night tour, Coracle ride, cycling around the village if that is something you fancy, marvel at the vast green paddy fields and the perfectly placed boulders, make sure to catch the sunset jam at sunset point on hippie island (the fun part of Hampi)Where to stay: Waterfall guest house, Shanti guest house, K.C. guest house, Mowgli guest house, The goan corner, sunny guest house, Ravi Teja guest house, Uma Shankar guest house.Where to eat: Laughing Buddha, Hampi rooftop restaurant, Benjamin Live music café, The chill out, Gopi Island.Recommended number of days: 4n/5dHampi to Bangalore bus – 1200/- (14 hours)Stay: Rooms start at 800/- per night. (Make bookings well in advance or you may not find a good deal in accommodation)Food: 1200/- per day or less, depends where you choose to eat. (Breakfast-lunch-dinner; without alcohol)Total Cost: 9200/-
A 15-hour ride from Mumbai via bus, it will cost you between 1050-1200 INR depending on your preferred bus type. There exist two major bus stands, one operated by the Karnataka government and the other by a private operator. Both are located in Hospet. The remaining journey to Kamalapur village (2kms from Hampi) can be covered by hiring an auto for a cost of 250 INR. There are plenty of guesthouses in and around Hampi which offer attractive low budget fares. We found a perfect one (close to the ferry point and Virupaksha temple) for as low as 1000 INR for two people.
The ancient ruins of Vijayanagar hold a million narratives in its stones, and are best discovered in tranquility.
The low-cost carrier, TruJet has begun hour-long connections between Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport and the Jindal Vijaynagar Airport in Vidyanagar, which is an hour’s drive from Hampi. This has made the UNESCO World Heritage site, even more easily accessible. A one-way ticket on the new flights currently begin at ₹999 including taxes. Now, since Hampi is closer than ever before, read on to know how this ancient town is much more than just ruins and why you should visit it at least once in your life.
69 Kms from Mantralayam
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Located in Andhra Pradesh, Kurnool is home to some of the most sacred temples of India, including the Shrine of Srisaila...
Want to chill out on a dreary long journey from Bengaluru to Hyderabad? Little more than 300 kms from Bengalure comes the city of Kurnool. After crossing the tungabhadra river bridge outside Kurnool, you can take a detour on the right to Alampur.
My family, along with my Sister-in-Law’s family, left by an Innova Car at 08.30 AM. The road to Belum Caves is not picturesque though, but only interspersed with villages. So, don’t expect much excitement en route. You can indulge in antakshari to while your time.Belum Caves are not only geologically important, but also has historical significance, since it is believed that Buddhist and Jain Monks occupied these Caves centuries ago. Many Buddhist relics were also found inside these caves which are now part of the Museum in Anantapur. In fact, it is for this reason, that the Government of Andhra Pradesh has erected a large Buddha Statue in from of the Caves.Selfie time folks!
At 02.00 PM we left for Jaganath Gattu, which was hardly 3 KMs from his house. We left by his Tata Scorpio vehicle. All our things were packed as per the list. We took a right turn from Nandyal Check post towards G Pulla Reddy Engineering College. This college is on the foothill of this Jaganth Gattu. The road to this Hill winds up till the Temple, where you can park your vehicle and from there you have to do some rock climbing to reach the top, not much though. But yes, if you don’t want to take the road, and want to climb the mountain top, for the sheer thrill of it, you can do so from Dupadu Village side on Bangalore Highway.The definition of a Hill and a Mountain is very vague, and so I am using both the terms, I hope my readers are not confused. But if height is the criteria, then it qualifies to be called a Hill, because anything below 2000 feet is considered a Hill and a mountain if it exceeds 2000 feet. Anyway, let’s not get into the technicalities.The afternoon Sun was receding and it was not scorching. The breeze up there was very cool and we settled under the rock, spreading the Bed sheet. We took out our flask and had a cuppa tea with snacks. It was heavenly. The scene around us was really very magnificent. Hey wait, it’s still not the weekend for you, where are you rushing to…?The golden rays of the setting Sun fell on the River Handri, and the Sunset looked spectacular. The Sun signed off here, to rise on the other side of the globe to wake people there from their sleep. It was 7.00 PM and I am a regular listener of Vivid Bharati’s programme for the soldiers’ called Jai Mala which is aired on radio daily at this hour. I tuned in, and my God, never in my life, had these songs sounded so mesmerizing. I myself felt like a soldier on the border. But really, how hard it must be for them, to lead the life of a soldier on the border without any facilities. And here, we sleep so ensconced and so safe because of their toil and sacrifices. A BIG SALUTE to each and everyone in the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.As night crept in, the stars made their way in the open Sky. It was beautiful to gaze at the twinkling stars, but the sounds of insects made us a little uncomfortable because it was the first time we slept in the open, with the insects and bees. Taking with us mosquito repellents helped us ward off these swarming mosquitoes. Not one dared to bite us.At 09.00 PM we had our dinner of Lemon Rice, Chapatis, Chips, Potato fry, Coconut Chutney and Maaza. When Nature gives you company, you feel your inner voice speaking to you. It cleanses your soul, mind and body. You feel refreshed. The view from the top, of Kurnool Town lit in lights was fantastic. And the occasional serpentine train passing by. The train track passes just below Jaganath Gattu. The trains looked like crawling centipedes.At 11.30 PM we started feeling drowsy and wanted to sleep. So, we laid our sleeping bags and slept. I was a little apprehensive to sleep in the open for fear that some insect may enter my nose or ears, childish thoughts na? But, my bones were so tired and my mind so relaxed that I slept in no time and woke up at 06.30 AM when the glare of the morning light was penetrating through my closed eyelids. It was indeed, a day (and a night) to remember.We packed our belongings and got down the Hill for the morning Chai (We Indians can’t do without it). After having my lunch at my friend’s place, I left Kurnool again by Tungabhadra Express which left Kurnool at 03.00 PM and reached Secunderabad Station at 08.00 PM.Getting there:Kurnool is 209 KMs from Hyderabad and 359 KMs from Bangalore and is well connected by both Rail and Road. In fact, it is strategically tucked between Hyderabad and Bangalore on NH No. 44. And if you are rich in time, you can head to other places of interest like Orvakal Rock Garden (20 KMs), Alampur (26 KMs), Mantralaya (92 KMs), Belum Caves (107 KMs), Ahobilam (135 KMs), and Srisailam (180 KMs).I think, no one ever thought of camping here. We set the trend for others to follow.Cover Picture Credit:http://maxpixel.freegreatpicture.com/Camp-Tent-Mountain-Camping-Cliff-Camping-Tent-1031360"When you start saying “YES” to experiences, you become enriched".
265 Kms from Mantralayam
Day 3 Hubli to SataraLeft the hotel Metropolis after a pleasant stay and joined the NH4 again.Had breakfast from Belgaum and kept the wheels with the fast momentum that of the highway.For the first time our bike wheels touched the roads of Maharashtra by crosing the Twandi ghat.The big roads personifies the name Maharashtra ,the riders play ground where most of the bikers ,motor vloggers and bike enthusiast are from.
Seeing few of us stopping behind, our dear Ashish bhaai rushes to our help, with some fire and smoke coming out in his engine?? Oh yes, He is still on his bike and we could see fire and smoke just below the fuel tank in the electricals. We put water, sand and did put the fire off … One guy shouts, bhaai its my glucose water????????. Well, now two ‘Royal’ Enfields are down one jammed bolt and one electrical gone case, with not any option we had to stop the trucks passing by and get them towed till Hubli.
A district in Karnataka, that will take you to talented kids.
142 Kms from Mantralayam
We started going in 2hrs, I covered around 275km has been covered. On the way we want to take a small break and little r...
The rocks surrounded the area makes more hotter. We started to watch-out for the breakfast. There are not much budget friendly restaurants on the way but some how we managed to get a restaurant. We had a decent breakfast and moved towards Nandi Hills.On the way you will find KIA manufacturing plant, which is very big it is situated in Andhra Pradesh.
Lepakshi is located in Mandal, a small village in Anantpur district, which is 120 kms from Bangalore and 15 kms from Hindupur. When one travels from Bangalore, except the last 20 kms into the village, the remaining roads are tolled highways and it takes around 2.5-3hrs to reach Lepakshi from Bangalore city.Local Legend There are two interesting myths associated with Lepakshi’s origin. This place has a significant role in one of the great Indian epics Ramayana. It is said that the bird Jatayu, was wounded by the King of Lanka, during Jayatu’s futile attempt to save Sita from Ravana. As the result of the battle, Jatayu’s wings fell off on the rocks here. When Rama reached the spot, he saw the suffering bird and said affectionately, “Le Pakshi” (meaning “Arise, bird”) in Telugu.
195 Kms from Mantralayam
Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
Earlier the capital of the Chalukya Kingdom, Badami is located in the North Karnataka District and is a part of Bagalkot...
Our final stop on the journey - Badami. This place is famous for its single rock caves. The caves face the Agastya lake and is a beautiful view from the top. There are tour guides available to guide you through the cave carvings and the history.
On day six we travel onwards to Badami, the regal capital of the Badami Chalukyas, a town widely popular for its complex cave temples. In these caves are Hindu, Jain and Buddhist temples. The first cave has the idol of Shiva as Nataraja; the second cave and third caves have idols of Vishnu carved everywhere; the fourth cave is known to house the Jain Tirthankars and the fifth cave is believed to be a place of worship for the followers of Buddhism.Sights Covered: Pattadakal and Badami cave templesMeals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner on boardTimings: 8.30am for cave exploration.After sightseeing in Badami, the rest of the afternoon is free to relax and enjoy the facilities on board.
Day 4 : “UNPLANNED THINGS ARE ALWAYS AWESOME"After a heavy breakfast at Kishkinda Resort with heavy heart bit bid Adieu to Hampi . It was an awesome experience staying at Kishkinda Resort nestled in between the heart of nature.Me: Trip is over, now we are starting our return journey . Not feeling goodWife : Yes , I want to stay for few more days and explore moreMe: Shall we go to Badami ??Wife : Whats Badami ?Me : It’s a surpriseWife : If its an awesome place , I don’t have any issueMe: I have seen pics only ,in the pics it seems awesomeWife: But we have to return todayMe : Yes we need 1.5 hrs there onlyWife: OkMe: But there is one issue, it will be 500 Km State Highway to reach Kolhapur if we go Badami and I am not sure how are the roads and I don’t know the route , have to rely on Google MapsWife: In this trip every risk we took turned fruitful, so let’s take this chance alsoMe: YooooAfter setting the google maps we left Hampi at around 10 AM and after crossing many Villages and State Highways we were at Badami by 2 PM . The view at Badami Caves is simply breathtaking.
Early morning 7am we boarded a bus for badami 114rs ticket and reached badami by 9am. Hired a autorickshaw for 700rs to show whole of badami, aihole, pattadkal and dropped us at aameenabad.Near badami you can also check the bhootnath temple which has a mesmirizing view at shown in the below pic.
Badami, about 450 km from Bangalore, is located in the rocky hillocks of Bagalkot district. The miles of emptiness is in contrast to what was earlier the capital of the Chalukyas, who ruled from this place during 6th–8th century AD. Chalukyas left their indelible glory through the rock cut caves of Badami and nearby temple sites of Pattadakal and Aihole.I booked my bus tickets and fished out a sealed copy of Premchand’s ‘Vardaan’ for the journey. I boarded the bus at night on Saturday and reached Badami around 9 in the morning on Sunday. Badami is a small town and one can walk across its length in half an hour. It is one of those towns whose main street is packed with hotels, autos, restaurants and fruit sellers, while the inside alleys are empty. Relieved to get off the bus, I refueled myself with a plate of idlis and rushed off to the famed Badami caves.My plan was to finish Badami by midday and then visit the nearby sites of Aihole and Pattadakal by evening. I had to return by 7:00 p.m. to catch my bus back to Bangalore. Unlike the famed Ajanta and Ellora caves in Maharashtra, Badami caves are smaller and fewer in number. However, unlike others, they are carved in a beautiful location, just on the edge of Agastya lake. On the lake’s left are the caves and on the right are the old fortifications. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) museum is nestled at the root of the fortifications.
Badami was founded in 540 AD by Pulakeshin I (535-566 AD), and was capital of the Chalukyas between 6CE - 8CE and the rock-cut Badami Cave Temples were sculpted during this period.
288 Kms from Mantralayam
Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,May,June,July,August,September,October,November,December
Located about 60 km from Bangalore, Nandi Hills is a popular destination for people looking for a break. Nandi Hills is ...
As per our plan, we already booked the Home stay but after entering the surrounding was like a farm stay feeling but when we saw the rooms it was like "Horror".There are Monkeys more than people. In advance we paid Rs500/- instead of asking for money we escaped from there and started finding for the good hotel. We asked few locals so they have told us a hotel which was satisfactory and near to Nandi Hills.Finally we reached Hotel at 10:30Pm and took rest till evening.
Location: https://goo.gl/maps/RmhpWE3w8s92Places to see:i) Temples dedicated to : Sri Bhoga Narasimha, Sri Ugra Narasimha and Sri Yoga Narasimhaii) Small playground for kids.iii) Kalyani and garden.iv) Tippu Dropv) Arkavathi UgamasthanaWhere/What to Eat:Breakfast can be had at Hotel Mayura at the top of the hills which serves Idli, Dosas, Upma etc.Numerous shops and hotels near the base of the hill where you can have tea, Noodles, Bread Omlette etc.
A trip to Nandi Hills – It seems very common for most of the Bangalore based travel buffs, but for me it was first visit to Nandi Hills. Whenever I travel to new places a motorcyclist within me wakes up and reminds me the pain of not having a motorcycle. This time, sitting idle at Bangalore, the motorcyclist indulged me to go for a short trip! Having only few hours in hand, Nandi Hills looked like a perfect bike trip destination. Moreover the place was new to me, so a quick decision worked out well. After searching a few minutes over internet I booked an Avenger 220 Cruise and called up three of my friends with one having Royal Enfield Electra 350cc (having a friend as pillion makes the road trip more enjoyable). We planned to start at 3:30am. Here I must mention, Bangalore South to Nandi Hills distance is around 75 km and if you want to watch sunrise, you must start around 3:30am. We started our journey from Silk Board. At midnight when the city was engulfed into deep sleep, we were accelerating our souls, taking turns and inhaling midnight air. It took around 40 minutes to cross the whole city from south to north and we planned to stop for a while as my friend needed to refuel his bike. We stopped at a petrol bunk somewhere near airport. This refueling plan gave me a short window to go down the road and enjoy midnight weather. After 5 minutes of halt again we started moving toward Devanahalli. From Devanahalli road gets divided and one needs to take left toward Karahalli cross. I followed my friend and took left on Nandi Hills road. The road was very nice with long trees creating canopies.
On reaching the check post from where the 7 km ghat section starts you'll see the scenery changing quite a bit. Usually the check post people open the gate around 6 AM so it's pretty difficult to see the sunrise from Nandi Hills. Instead most of the times you visit this place, you'll end up watching the sunrise on your way to Nandi in the 7 km ghat section. This however has it's own perks and you can still enjoy it.
Wake up to the dew laden trees at the height of 1479 meters amidst the evergreens of the Nandi Hills. 60kms from the city of Bengaluru, with migrant species of flycatchers and thrushes found on the hillslopes as you trek up, Nandi Hills was rightly called Anandagiri, the hill of happiness, in ancient India.Best time to visit: Nandi hills can be visited throughout the year except the rainy season.
The majestic Nandi hills are located just an hour's drive away from the city of Bangalore and makes for an amazing day trip destination for the locals. The view of the mist-covered hills as you drive along the winding roads is a pure bliss for any visitor.
Just when we were about to reach the airport we decided to extend our ride to Nandi Hills! The road to Nandi Hills was circled and twisted like a cone of soft serve ice-cream and the higher we got the cloudier it became. Nandi Hills is a mysterious Hill. There are many hills around but this is the only one which gets capped with clouds. There is a nice garden, a sunrise view point and a temple at the top. We sat there enjoying at cup of tea gazing at the beautiful sunrise.
We started around 3 am to avoid the traffic that usually starts from 7 am. Nandi Hills serves as a great weekend destination, specially to watch the morning sunrise and enjoy the foggy chill. It is so named because the hills represent a sleeping bull.Nandi Hills is about 60 kms from Whitefield and will consume around 2 hours to reach. The car can be driven up to the Restaurant there. Or one can park near the ticket counter.
Now a little disappointed to miss main attractions of the place we still took a bus dropped midway and then hired a two wheeler. On reaching I felt glad to not agree with Shyam on returning back from Chikballapur itself.Clicked a lot of pictures and quickly left from there as Shyam had got a call from the office so he was quite in a hurry and I did not feel right to ask him to go alone.
162 Kms from Mantralayam
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
Srisailam is a prominent religious destination located on the banks of Krishna River in the Kurnool district of Andhra P...
After effective hours of photography on the hills and dam site view. we reached srisailam . We had tiffin and we headed to ropeway.It was my first time experience . I felt like i was flying.Once you reach the hill top, you will be awed by the beautiful landscape around.