Andhra Pradesh State
List Of Districts in Andhra Pradesh
East Godavari    Guntur    Krishna    Prakasam    Spsr Nellore    Srikakulam    Visakhapatanam    Vizianagaram    West Godavari   
Anantapur    Chittoor    Cuddapah    Kurnool   
Untitled Document Andhra Pradesh Map Adilabad Nizamabad Karimnagar Medak Warangal Khammam East Godavari Vishakapatnam Vizianagaram Srikakulam Hyderabad Rangareddy Nalgonda Mahbubnagar Kurnool Anantapur Kadapa Chittoor SPSR Nellore Prakasam Guntur Krishna West Godavari
     Tourist Places in Andhra Pradesh
   Cities in Andhra Pradesh
    Railway Stations in Andhra Pradesh
Vishakapatnam  
Rajamundry  
Gudur Jn  
Ongole  
Nellore  
Vizianagram Jn  
Tirupati  
Tenali Jn  
Renigunta Jn  
Guntakal Jn  
Guntur Jn  
Eluru  
Samalkot Jn  
Palasa  
Chirala  
Duvvada  
Dharmavaram Jn  
Srikakulam Road  
Nidadavolu Jn  
Gudivada Jn  
    Temples in Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh Map  
       

        Andhra Pradesh ranks area-wise 5th and population-wise 5th among all the sates in India. The places of interest to the tourists are limited in Andhra Pradesh. That has been squarely compensated by the capital city of Hyderabad, developed by Nizams, Golconda Fort, hill resort Arku and the famous Hindu Pilgrimage centre Tirupati are the major attraction. Travelling in India will be incomplete without visiting these places.  Andhra is fairly prosperous in agriculture. The entire food requirement of south is met by fertile delta like land of Andhra. Nagarjunasagar, the largest lake in Andhra was built by constructing a dam on Krishna River. Andhra is the largest tobacco producing state in India. The tourists can visit four wild life sanctuaries in Andhra between November and May.

         Andhra Pradesh has made immense contribution to song, dance and music. Kuchipudi, Andhra’s own dance form is appreciated in India and all over the world. The history of Telugu can be traced back even before Buddha. Pongal festival in the month of Pous is the main festival and it continues for 3 days. Muhharam is another colorful festival of Muslims, held in June- July and continues for a month.

          Hyderabad and Secunderabad are twin cities. This is surrounded by Granite hills. Hussian Sagar, the famous lake separates the two. History during the day and magic at night such is advancement and development of computer software industries, Hyderabad is fore-runner among states in India. Golconda fort is quite popular tourist’s destination there is uniqueness in its architectural and construction style. Osman Sagar and Himayat Sagar are the two artificial lakes is another beautiful thing of this place. One can even visit Hyderabad museum which has a large archeological collection. It has a collection of ancient coins, utensils, arms &ammunitions and manuscripts. Mecca Mosque the largest in South India and 6th largest in whole of India. The latest attraction of this city is Ramoji Film City.  To some it is Visakhapatnam, other calls it Vizag, while many people still know the place as Waltair is another tourist’s destination. Waltair’s Ramakrishna Beach is the best of the lot among the tourist’s spots. Visakha Museum is another tourist’s attraction on Beach road. Rishikondai beach at the end of the city is quite famous worldwide. Araku valley is also quite famous located on the Visakhapatnam.

 

Brief History of Andhra Pradesh-

        History of this region can be traced back to thousands years before the birth of Christ. It is said that Atreya Brahmins used to live here in the ancient period. Perhaps the name Andhra has been derived from the word Atreya. Ancient Andhra was the part of the Maurya Empire during Emperor Chandragupta and Ashoka.  Many rulers had ruled this state. On October 1, 1953 in order to recognize the state on the basis of language, Hyderabad was taken out of Madras Presidency and linked to S-West Telugu speaking districts.

 

Demographic-

        85% of state population speaks Telugu, in southern part a few Tamil speaking populations and an insignificant number of Kanara speaking people also belong to Andhra Pradesh. In capital city of Hyderabad 7% population speak Urdu. Literacy rate in Andhra Pradesh is 62%.

 

Climate-

        One can make a trip to Andhra ant time during the year.  But it is better to avoid summer.  Pleasant atmosphere prevails between October and February. June to September is rainy season but the amount of rain is not much, although the in southern part of Andhra rain sometimes disrupts travel plain.

 

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