Positioned on the banks of Tungabhadra River, Kurnool is a beautiful destination of Andhra Pradesh and earlier happened to be the capital of the state. The city enjoys great admiration due to being the administrative centre of Kurnool district. Kurnool features a number of temples dating back to old age centuries. The car festival of Sri Ajaneyaswami is one of the prime events of the region to be celebrated for 8 days in November and December. You can book Kurnool holiday packages in this period to have complete fun of this destination.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Srisailam Temple is an extremely admired shrine that houses one of the 12 'Jyotirlingams' of India. The holy shrine is visited by a number of pilgrims every year.
Adoni is a small town popular for its ruined fort. This reminds you of ancient Vijayanagar Empire. Located on the top of the five rocky-granite hills, the fort also features the famous Shahi Jama Masjid. This mosque is a wonderful example of Islamic architecture.
Situated at a small distance of Kurnool, Ahobilam is a well-known religious centre of the Hindus. The holy place is divided into two parts. The shrine on the foothills is called as Prahlada Varada Laxminarasimha Temple and the shrine on the top of the hill is devoted to Nava Narasimha.
Sangameswaram is also known as Sapta Nandi Sangam. It is situated at the convergence of two rivers - Bhavanasi and Krishna. The temple features a Shivalingam crafted using wood, unlike other temples that have granite or marble lingam.
Positioned at the border of Nallamala Forest, Mahanandi is a wonderful place. This pilgrim centre features an old temple of Lord Shiva and within the temple complex, there is a pool getting water from the natural springs. The place is visited by a number of tourists.