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Ahobalam




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Hindu Books > Temples In States Of India > Temples And Legends Of Andhra Pradesh > Ahobalam

Temples and Legends of Andhra Pradesh Introduction

Ahobalam is a religious centre of very great antiquity. It is situated at a distance of thirty miles from Nandyal Railway station of Kurnool District. There are good bus connections from Nandyal and some other district centres of Andhra to this place.

There are three routes reachingAhobalam. Pilgrims from the north can get down at Nandyal, which is a Railway junction from Kurnool, and travel by bus to Allagadda and Ahobalam, which is only thirty miles from Nandyal.

The second route is from Dhone which is another railway station and from which one can reach Ahobalam via Banganapalli and Koilakuntla.

The other and easy route is to get down at Cuddapah which is a district headquarters and an important railway station in the Madras - Bombay route. From Cuddapah one has to travel to Allagadda, which is forty miles over and from there by bus to Ahobalam.

Author : N. Ramesan




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