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Banaganapalli is a town in India's state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in the Nandyal district, 38 kilometers west of Nandyal. Banaganapalli is well-known for its mangoes and has a cultivar named after it, Banaganapalli.The temperature will range between 22°C (71.6°F) to 32°C (89.6°F).

Places to visit

  • Banaganapalli Fort : Banaganapalli Fort is a fascinating structure in the Andhra Pradesh town of Kurnool. This fort is a living example of the South Indian style's exceptional craftsmanship. It was the sovereign throne for the Nawabs of Kurnool clan. It was built in the 18th century and has undergone numerous alterations since then. The Nawabs still own this magnificent fort, but they no longer live there. The architecture of Banaganapalli Fort is well-known. Its entrancing architecture exemplifies the splendor of South Indian craftsmanship.The Nawabs never let a foreign power control over this fort. It is one of the main reasons why no Mughal dynasty inscriptions or sculptures were discovered in this fort. Banaganapalli Fort was the location for the hit Tollywood film "Arundhati."
  • Yaganti temple : The Ancient Yaganti Temple was constructed between the fifth and sixth centuries. Various Pallava, Chola, Chalukya, and Vijayanagara rulers have started temple construction since then. It was finally finished in the 15th century by Harihara Bukka Raya of the Vijayanagara Empire's Sangama Dynasty, adhering to Vaishnavite traditions. The temple houses Shiva and Parvathi idols (Ardhanareeshwara pose). Inside the temple, nandi is growing. People think that this Nandi statue grows larger by the day and that it will roar at the end of this Kalyuga, destroying the universe.
  • Asthana-e-Hazrat Abbas: The great ruler of the fort of Banaganapalli erected this asthanam, which is situated there. It has since undergone further modifications. One particular group of Muslims prays here on pilgrimage, and they do it according to the Urdu calendar year and month.Moharam, Moharam are the sorrowful days of Karbala, when they gave their lives in the name of Ali and battled for justice, and today they are also regretful and praying for the Shahid people of Karbala.
  • Sri Potuluri Veera Brahmendra Swamy Chintamanu Matam: Brahmamgari Matam is located in the village of Kandimallayapalle, 60 kilometers from Kadapa Town. This is the abode of Sri Veerabrahmendra Swamy, commonly known as "Nostradamus of India" for his prophecies. He is one of the great saints, having been born in Kadapa in 1610 C.E. Brahmam, whose forecasts are known as Kala Gnyanam (thee knowledge of time), has been prominent in Andhra since the premodern period. Veera Brahmam's teachings and sainthood procedures also illustrate the developing convergence of Hinduism and Islam. He promoted anti-caste principles. Brahmamgari Matam was constructed in 1693 C.E., following Sri Veerabrahmendra Swamy's admission into Jeeva Samadhi. Devotees later constructed Brahmamgari matam.Navaratana Mandapam, Brahmamsagar Reservoir, and Narayana Swamy Ashramam are all interesting sites to visit near Brahmamgari Matham.

How to Reach

  • Hyderabad International Airport is 250 kilometers from Banaganapalli. Banaganapalli has nearest Kurnool railway station near 61 kilometres. Buses run frequently between Banaganapalli and Kurnool and Hyderabad.

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