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NTR Jalasayam | NTR Dam Chittoor

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About Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao Jalasayam This NTR Jalasayam is located in the Kalavakunta village (Penumoor Mandal) near Chittoor. This is the primary resource of drinking water for the Chittoor town. This NTR Jalasayam is located in the Kalavakunta village (Penumoor Mandal) near Chittoor. This is the primary resource of drinking water for the Chittoor town. In the year 1995-96, ...

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Sadasiva Kona Puttur | Sadasiva Waterfalls Chittoor Andhrapradesh

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The Sadasiva Kona is famous for its waterfalls and it is a religious location as well as a nature spot situated remotely on the Puttur-Tirupati route and just 10 km from Majjiga Gunta. The place is densely populated with thick trees and vegetation with snobbish hillocks and mountain heads covering around giving a panoramic view of waterfall. The temple of ...

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Puttur Kailasakona Waterfalls, Chittoor Andhra Pradesh

Kailasakona

Distance : From  Tirupathi  70 kms and  from Chennai 105 kms. Kailasa Kona waterfalls are a natural perennial waterfall in the valley of Nagari hills in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. Kailasakona waterfalls is 10 kms from puttur which is on the highway between Chennai and Tirupathi. The water originates from a split in the mass rock. The water here is ...

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Talakona Waterfalls in Tirupati Timings, Entry Fee, History, Address

Talakona Checkpost

Talakona Waterfalls Timing: 6:00 AM to 7:30 PM The Talakona waterfalls is in Sri Venkateswara National Park, Chittoor District of Andhra pradesh in India. With a 270 feet (82 m)-fall, Talakona is the highest waterfall in the Andhra pradesh state. Talakona is also known for the Lord Siddeswara Swamy Temple, which is located close to the waterfall. Talakona is located ...

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Ubbala Madugu Waterfalls Chittoor AndhraPradesh Tourism

Tada-falls

About Ubbala Madugu Falls Ubbalamadugu Falls which is also called as Tada Falls or Kambakam Falls) is a beautiful waterfall, located to the North of Sricity in the Chittoor district. Coming under the Buchinaidu kandriga & Varadaiahpalem mandals the falls are located 80 km from Chennai and 35 km from Srikalahasti. The falls are located in a forest called the Kaambakam forest ...

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Papavinasam In Tirumala | Papa Vinasam Dam

Papavinasam

Papavinasanam is one of the sacred and prominent theertham located in Tirumala. According to Sri Venkatachala Puranam, A HOLY BATH in this theertham will purify the sins of the devotes and bless with peace, prosperity and progress. Sunday combined with shukla paksha sapthami in the month of aswayuja or dwadasi with uttarabhadra star is an auspicious day. The prominence of ...

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Kalyani Dam Chittoor | Tourist Places Chittoor

Kalyani-Dam

This is a dam about 18 kms from Tirupati and falls under Rangampet forest. It is a nice place to visit and is like a picnic spot for recreation. Kalyani Dam, the reservoir of drinking water for pilgrims and residents of Tirumala and Tirupati, stands in middle of the Bakarapeta Forest. The catchment area of the dam is around 48.56 ...

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About Kaigal Waterfalls | Waterfalls in Chittoor Tirupati

Kaigal-Waterfalls

It is popularly known as Kaigal falls in reference to the Kaigal village situated about 2.5 kilometers from the Falls. Locally the falls is called as Dumukuralla Water Falls. The Telugu name Dumukurallu water falls came into Prominence because of its sound resembling the fall of stones from above. The waterfall is natural, perennial and water comes from a big ...

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Akasa Ganga Theertham | Akash Ganga Theertham | Akasha Ganga Tirumala

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Akasaganga Theertham in Tirumala holds fabulous legends about its origin. One of the waterfalls found in the near surroundings of the main temple, this sacred torrent gains predominance over the others since all the rituals are conducted with the holy waters of this theertham. It situates just five kilometers away from the main temple and traditionally the Tirumala Nambi family ...

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