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The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh contains the town of Jammalamadugu in its municipality and revenue division of the YSR Kadapa district. It is one among Andhra Pradesh's most popular tourist destinations and features a lot of ancient historical sites.In Jammalamadugu, the winters are lengthy, warm, muggy, and partially cloudy, while the summers are brief, hot, humid, dry, and generally cloudy.

Places to visit

  • Belum Caves : After those in the state of Meghalaya, the caverns in Belum are the longest in India and are renowned for their stalactite and stalagmite formations. Long tubes, galleries, roomy caverns with fresh water, and siphons can all be found at the Belum Caves.
  • Distance: Belum caves is 47 kilometres away from Jammalamadugu

  • Sidhout Fort : On the banks of the Pennar River is where you'll find Sidhout Fort. The huge 30-acre fort, which was built in the year 1303 AD, is situated. The two entrances with ornate pillars are evidence of the previous era's magnificent architecture. The fort's 17 square bastions, which provided security, are magnificent, and the carvings on the entrances are detailed. This fort, which features temples with numerous sculptures, is regarded as the entrance to Dakshina Kasi.
  • Ontimitta: Ontimitta, home to the renowned Sri Kodandarama Swami Temple, is a must-see for everyone traveling to Kadapa. The three Hindu gods' idols in the temple were carved from a single piece of rock. The Ramayana and the Mahabharata, two well-known Hindu epics, are depicted in numerous art forms throughout the temple. The temple was referred to as one of the largest pagodas in India by the renowned French traveler Tavernier. Even if you're not a fan, this place is worth a visit.
  • Distance: Ontimitta is 64 kilometres away from Jammalamadugu

  • Pushpagiri: Pushpagiri is a stunning location that is revered since it has numerous temples and is a popular pilgrimage. Because it represents both Saiva and Vaishnava Hinduism, the location is special. The Second Hampi is a well-known moniker for it. The largest temple in the area, Chennakesava Swamy Temple, is a popular destination for travelers.
  • Distance: Pushpagiri is 65 kilometres away from Jammalamadugu

  • Sri Venkateswara Wildlife Sanctuary: The Sri Venkateswara Wildlife Sanctuary is a significant tourist destination in this area. This sanctuary, which is home to more than 100 bird species and 1500 plant varieties, is a must-see if you love the outdoors and wildlife. Hyenas, sambar, sloth bears, spotted deer, black bucks, and other animals are among the species that may be seen in this area. The 1989-founded refuge is breath-taking, with a beautiful setting that uplifts your soul.
  • Distance: Sri Venkateswara Wildlife Sanctuary is 60 kilometres away from jammalamadugu

How to Reach

  • The closest airport to Jammalamadugu is located about 250 kilometers away in Bangalore at Kempegowda International Airport. Bus connections from Jammalamadugu to Vijayawada, Kurnool, Anantapuram, Kadiri, Pulivendula, Proddatur, Chittor, and Kadapa are excellent. In Jammalamadugu, there is a railroad station.

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