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Konaseema Tourism

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Nalamala jonathan edward

Nalamala jonathan edward4.3/5

14 reviews

Best place to relax and refresh In andhra pradesh.

If you have your own vehicle, you can take a trip to Antarvedi. Take a boat from there and visit sagarasabgamam, a place where sea and river godavari meets . . There’s also a place nearby where you can travel in the same boat called Madi forests. A passage through thick trees. Hire a boat and they will take you to these two locations. Its good to go when there is a low tide, so that you can see the island.

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  • Best place to relax and refresh In andhra pradesh.
  • Best place to relax and refresh In andhra pradesh.
  • Best place to relax and refresh In andhra pradesh.
  • Best place to relax and refresh In andhra pradesh.

Nanda kishore k

Nanda kishore k5.0/5

2 reviews

A Connoisseur's delight- Konaseema

The South Eastern part of East/West Godavari districts have a separate identity, be it scenic beauty, the old temples of Chola Kings vintage, 900/1000 AD, the rich cultural heritage, cuisine, traditions make this place unique in relation to the main stream Andhra Pradesh.
Dindi resorts is uniquely placed as a hub to wheel around and visit all these areas, the four aramas, Lord Shiva's temples, of Chola vintage, though the Lord is consecrated by the Devatas themselves before time immemorial.
Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy's temple at Antarvedi, near the confluence of River Godavari with the Sea, the Bay of Bengal, is another lovely temple, with the same vintage.
Ryali, Lord KeshavaSwamy- Jaganmohani temple has an excellent carving of the Lord KeshavaSwamy- in front, and the rear being that of Jaganmohani. Ainaville has Lord Vinayaka as the main Deity.
There are many temples, like Mavullamma, at Bhimavaram, which can be visited.
The biggest problem in konaseema, is the low width, snaking roads, which make travelling tedious ., thereby causing serious lapses in time management, if you are on a short holiday.
Many places, we don't have places for good cuisine, though the area is famous for its cuisine. This area needs serious attention.
Another note worthy matter, is most temples close the morning darshanam and abhishekam, by 12. 00 noon, hence visiting several of them in a day becomes difficult, as they open again after 4. 00pm in the evening, as per custom.
This is a matter for the AP Government, which keeps on boasting of its achievements, that all these ancient Lord Shiva' s temples, like one in Samarlakota, and Draksharamam, need very urgent, priority, archeological, structural, facelift, otherwise, iam afraid, what have stood the test of time for a good 1100 years till now, will definitely be in ruins before the next decade.

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Konaseema Overview

Located in the East Godavari District, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Konaseema is a delta, which is surrounded by water on all sides. With the Bay of Bengal on one side and River Godavari on the other, the destination is known for its coconut production.

Famed for its Vedic scholars and scenic beauty, this delta has derived its name from the Telugu word, Kona, which means ‘corner’ that resembles its shape. The destination on the northern side is surrounded by Gautami Godavari, while on the southern side the town is bounded by Vasista Godavari. Believed to be one of the most fertile lands of the entire Coromandel Coast, Konaseema is abundant in mango groves, coconut trees and cashew.

The culture of Konaseema is a typical rural culture followed in Andhra Pradesh. The dialect of Telugu language spoken in this region is distinct from the other parts of the state. In addition, festivals celebrated in the region attract tourists from all around the world.

Rathotsavam, dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Prabhala Theertham, dedicated to Lord Shiva are the most famous festivals celebrated throughout the region. Antarvedi teertham and Yanam teertham are among the most famous festivals celebrated in the region.

Sankranthi, a three day festival, commences on the third day of Prabharatheredham and is one of the most important festivals of the region. Apart from festivals, the destination is also known for its cultivation of turmeric along with kanda, which is a kind of yam.

Konaseema also attracts tourists for the plenty of sightseeing places. Among all the tourist attractions, Adurru and Ainavilli Sidhi Vinayaka Temple are the most popular ones. In addition, Hope Island, Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary and Uppada Beach are some of the other prominent attractions of the destination.

Flights, trains and buses are all available for travellers commuting from different parts of the country. Those travelling by air can board flights to Vishakapatnam Airport, which is located at a distance of approximately 200 km.

Trains are also available, which are served by the nearest railway stations namely, Rajahmundry and Kakinada. Government operated buses are also available, which can be boarded from Rajahmundry, Kakinada and Palakollu.

The best time to visit this beautiful delta is during the winter season, which stretches from the month of December to January. During this season, the temperature ranges between 23° Celsius and 28° Celsius.

There is so much to see in Konaseema.

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