Andhra Pradesh is rich with regard to culture. It has numerous spots to visit during occasions. Some of them are:
– Kondaveedu Fort:
This is a stunning fortress that has a place with the Vijayanagara Kingdom. It was founded in 1535 by ruler Krishnappa. It has a wonderful nursery and was pronounced as a verifiable landmark in the year 1953.
– Dhayana Buddha statue:
The Dhyana Buddha statue in Amaravathi village at Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh is a 125 feet tall statue situated at dhyana Buddha park, under the Amaravati Mandal. This buddha statue gets a new coat of new paint every now and then. This place attracts visitors from all over India who are looking for peace and serenity.
These are the age-old dome-shaped stupas constructed under the rise of Buddhism that can be seen in the area there are many archeological sites that have cravings of Buddhist teachings and these stupas are the proof of the extent of Buddhism to the far fetched land of India.
Mahachaitya is one of the biggest Buddhist Stupa in India and a ruined Buddhist town in Andhra Pradesh. This is famous for the art and the paintings. This town contains the ruins of a Buddhist town that give visitors a glance at the past life of the people who lived there. This is one of the places where you find Buddhist culture and Buddhist architecture.
Undavalli Caves are solid sandstone rock-cut caves, these are situated at Undavalli of Guntur district. The caves are 22 km northeast of Guntur City located on a hill. If you have a love for ancient architecture then you are in for a treat. This place has a Vishnu statue in the reclining posture and the stone cut caves offer you a sense of being small under those walls where you’ll discover the ancient craft stone cutting
These are a portion of the numerous spots that can astound you. Ensure you pack appropriately post Covid and plan an excursion to this astonishing city. I’m certain it will blow your mind!