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Andhra Pradesh

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Andhra Pradesh Tourism

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Tallest Monolithic Nandi of India

Tallest Monolithic Nandi of India  Video Review
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Veerabhadra Temple

Nik Goradia
27th Oct 17

Historic Place

Historic Place  Video Review
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Lepakshi Temple

Tata Ramcharan
30th Dec 17

Excellent carving

Excellent carving  Video Review
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Veerabhadra Temple

Nik Goradia
27th Oct 17

Good place to shop and have great food

Good place to shop and have great food  Video Review
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Jagadamba Center

A K
2nd Feb 17

Sri vari museum

Sri vari museum  Video Review
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Sri Vari Museum

Vinnakota Sai sujeet
19th Dec 17

Very famous tourist place near Visakhapatnam

Very famous tourist place near Visakhapatnam  Video Review
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Bojjana Konda

Challa Srikanth
5th Nov 17

Beautiful waterfalls

Beautiful waterfalls  Video Review
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Chaparai Waterfalls

Tapopriya Dutta
26th Oct 17

Get ready to get feast

Get ready to get feast  Video Review
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Bojjana Konda

Kõdãñdã Ráàm
30th Sep 17

The Grand Canyon of India

The Grand Canyon of India  Video Review
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Gandikota Fort

Indranil Aditya
13th Aug 17

Camel ride, horse ride or just bhel puri

Camel ride, horse ride or just bhel puri  Video Review
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Ramakrishna Beach

Megha G krishna
29th Jul 17

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Reasons to go to Andhra Pradesh

1India's Favourite City: Visakhapatnam
India's Favourite City: Visakhapatnam

Despite being a major industrial centre, Vishakapatnam retains it's folk and tribal culture. Members of the hill tribes perform their music and dances such as Dhimsa at various fairs and festivals. The cityscape is speckled with greenery. 

HolidayIQ reviewer Abhijit Pal lists out why Vizag is awesome:

"Visakhapatnam (Vizag) is an excellent port city in Andhra Pradesh. It is the hub of core industries - like an oil refinery, steel plant, heavy machinery and also a naval base. However, the visit to Vizag is not for the industrial tour, but to visit its serene beaches and one of the most scenic valley - Araku valley. The city is surrounded by hills from three sides, with the Bay of Bengal on the other. The entire road from RK Beach to Rushikonda beach and Thotlakonda beach is a scenic driveway. The best part is that the beaches are serene and less crowded."

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2A Progressive Tribe! Women Part Of The Chenchu Tribe Can Divorce & Widows Can Remarry
A Progressive Tribe! Women Part Of The Chenchu Tribe Can Divorce & Widows Can Remarry

The Chenchus live in the central hill regions of Andhra Pradesh. Their traditional way of life has been based on food gathering and hunting. Chenchus follow the system of 'gotras' wherein each clan belongs to a certain gotra. There are 26 gotras among the  Chenchu and marriage within the same gotra is not permitted. Elders or the young couple themselves decide regarding marital matters. The marriage ceremony is performed in front of a priest and elders of the Uttanoori clan also must be present when the marriage is being solemnized. The maternal uncle gives the bride away. Divorce and widow remarriage is permitted among the Chenchus.

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3Araku Valley coffee plantations are mesmerising
Araku Valley coffee plantations are mesmerising

Located in the Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh, the coffee plantations in Araku is known for its first tribal growers’ organic coffee brand. Chandra shares on HolidayIQ, "The main attraction are Borra caves, coffee plantations and tribal dance. We went in a car and the way was so beautiful with the newly bloomed flowers."

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Reviews (10)

Asavari

Asavari

1 review

Loved the Holy spots ..

It was all a well planned trip to Tirupati ... I really liked the system and management in and around the Temple area ..
All where cleanliness and discipline was maintained ..
Really enjoyed and had a great experience.
Tip: Don't go without proper pan for flights and hotel stay ...

Kartheek Smiley

Kartheek Smiley5.0/5

3 reviews

Andhrapradesh, The City for Field

Andhrapradesh is the heritage city for the field. It's a wonderful place to Visit again and again, and also great Tourism here for lot of joy and Happiness. Then you will feel very proud for the state of andhrapradesh and India, for its great Enjoyment places to visit

Andhra Pradesh Overview

Andhra Pradesh is situated on the southeast coast of India, bounded on the east by the Bay of Bengal. Inland, Andhra Pradesh shares its boundaries with Orissa in the northeast, Chattisgarh in the north, Maharashtra in the northwest, Karnataka in the west and Tamil Nadu in the south. The state can be broadly divided into three regions: Coastal Andhra in the east, Telangana in the north, and Rayalseema in the south. Its two biggest rivers, Godavari and Krishna, both flow across the state from west to east into the Bay of Bengal.   Hyderabad is the capital of the state and also the largest city. The newer areas of Hyderabad and the adjacent city of Secundrabad are the thriving centres of software revolution, giving the twin cities their new popular name Cyber-abad. Hyderabad has over 400 years of history and its Islamic rulers, called Nizams, ruled until India gained freedom and became a sovereign republic. The Charminar (1591), a four-towered symbol of the city, is located at the centre of the old quarters of Hyderabad. A walk around the area gives one a feel of the architecture of the old city and its Islamic heritage. Outside the city is the famous citadel of Golconda, the 16th century capital of the Qutb Shahi dynasty.   In central Andhra Pradesh lie Amravati and Nagarjunasagar, both ancient cities where Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms flourished in the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC. Nagarjunasagar is now the site of a huge dam on the Krishna River and the antiquities are saved on an island in the Nagarjunasagar Lake. In the south is Tirumala the temple of Lord Venkateshwara, also called Balaji one of the most visited pilgrimage destinations in the world. The town of Puttaparthi not far away hosts the ashram of contemporary guru, Sri Sathya Sai Baba another busy place of pilgrimage. Visakhapatnam, on the coast is an industrial and shipping centre but also famous for the beaches in & around the city.

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Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh

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Prakash Manjrekar

Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh

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Prakash Manjrekar

Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh

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