Andhra Pradesh known as the ‘rice bowl of India’ is the largest and most populated state of southern India. It is said to have been the home of the pre Dravidian dark coloured inhabitants.
Formerly this terrain was furthermore acknowledged as, Andhra Desa, Andhra-avani, Andhra-vishaya, Andhrapatha and Andhra-mandalamu. The chivalric city of Hyderabad is its capital.
Telugu, one of the third largest spoken languages in India is the regional and official language of this state. Other languages widely spoken here are English, Urdu and Hindi.
The Godavari and Krishna, two of the main rivers of India, flow through this state thereby making agriculture its chief source of income.
The Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, a multi state irrigation project in development is the world’s highest masonry dam.
With a coast line of 1000km, some of the best beaches are located in this state.
The best time to visit Andhra Pradesh is from October to February.
1.KURNOOL IS THE FIRST CAPITAL OF AP STATE 2.KURNOOL IS THE ONLY CITY HAVING CANAL ON THE RIVER 3.KURNOOL IS THE GATE WAY OF RAYALASEEMA. 4.KURNOOL IS THE PLACE HAVING MORE HOLY & HISTORICAL PLACES5. KURNOOL IS THE PLACE HAVING THICK NALLAMALA FOREST 6.KURNOOL IS THE CITY IN BETWEEN BANGLORE (KARNATAKA) AND HYDERABAD (TELANGANA) WITH GOOD HIGHWAY ROAD CONNECTIVITY(NH-7) 7.KURNOOL IS THE PLACE,WHICH IS MORE USEFUL TO RUN INDUSTRIES 8.KURNOOL IS THE ONLY CITY SURROUNDED BY TWO RIVERS THUNGABHADRA AND HANDRI 9.KURNOOL IS FAMOUS FOR SONAMASURI RICE 10.KURNOOL IS THE HEAD QUARTERS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SEAT OF KURNOOL DISTRICT. 11.KURNOOL IS THE CITY IN AP FOR AUTOWALAS HAVING MORE THAN 10000 AUTOS. 12.KURNOOL IS THE CITY FAMOUS FOR DOCTORS AND ITS MEDICAL COLLEGE. 13.KURNOOL HAVING BELUM CAVES...
Natural and beautiful District endowed with large extent of varied Flora and Fauna, 40% of area covered with Natural forests which provides excellent climate and adequate rainfall. People are very innocent and live harmoniously, majority of them are Tribal and their livelihood depends on agriculture and Forest Produce. The district is rich in several mines and minerals which supplies large extent of coal to the Nation apart from supplying Electricity to other states. Two major perennial rivers (Godhavari and Pranahita) flows through and provides water to the agriculture and for drinking purpose. The district endowed with Natural wonderful water falls that is Kuntla and Pochera which attracts the Tourists throughout the year. Goddess Saraswathi Temple at Basara is Unique in India apart...
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