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Andhrapradesh >> Nellore


170 km from Chennai
36 c summer/ 24 c Winter
Latitude : 14.449620    Longitude : 79.985970

Language : Telugu,Tamil
Nellore, the Rice City, is primarily famous for its Ranganatha Temple.It is of strategic commercial importance as it lies between the cities of Vijayawada and Chennai. It is located on the banks of Pennar river.Nellore is an important telugu city from the time of Tikkana, famous telugu poet to present-day politics. The city set up the stage for formation of the Andhra Pradesh state.

Mypad Beach
Mypad Beach
Mypad is a small village located about 25 km from Nellore in the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. this is a fine sandy beach. A determined sea lover will find the entire coastline of Andhra Pradesh stunningly appealing with azure sea waters gently washing the sun kissed sands and lush green vegetation providing an enchanting back drop.
Nellapattu Sanctuary
Nellapattu Sanctuary
Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is in Nelapattu village. It is located on the East Coast about 20-km north of the Pulicat Bird Sanctuary in the Nellore district. It is just 50-km from Chennai. The Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is one of the largest pelican habitats in Southeast Asia. The total area of the sanctuary is 404-kms.
Pulicat Lake
Pulicat Lake - Second Largest Water Lagoon in India
It is famous as the second largest brackish water lagoon in India along the coast of Bay Bengal. Backwaters of the sea attract large numbers of migratory water birds. It is also a well-known feeding and breeding ground for a variety of aquatic and terrestrial birds.
Ranganatha Temple
Ranganatha Temple - Lord Ranganatha Temple
It stands just on the southern bank of the river Pennar. The first entrance to the temple has a Galigopuram which is 29m high having seven gold Kalasams. The most important and attractive aspect in the temple is the Addalamantapam (mirror parlour). It is walled with high-class mirrors arranged at proper angles with an elevated and decorated seat for the Lord in the centre. When the deity is placed on the seat, hundreds of images are reflected and re-reflected presenting a panoramic view.
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