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Eluru : An Introduction
Eluru was known as Helapuri and was a part of the Vengi Kingdom that was a Buddhist Kingdom. There are many evidences of life that can be seen in some of the nearby villages and areas. Eluru was also a part of the Kalinga Empire and the Vijayanar Empire. The town was also ruled by Muslim Kings such as the Sultan of Golconda in the 15th century. Many British influences can also be seen in the area as it was ruled by them as well. Eluru is a city that is located in the Godavari District in the State of Andhra Pradesh. The city is located along the Vishakhapatnam to Vijayawada highway. The town has an extensive cultural history and there are many interesting sites that are can be visited in the area. Eluru
Places of Interest in Eluru
Kolleru Lake Kolleru Lake :TKolleru Lake is a large freshwater lake located in Andhra Pradesh state, India. Kolleru is located between Krishna and Godavari delta. Kolleru spans into two districts - Krishna and West Godavari. The lake serves as a natural flood-balancing reservoir for these two rivers. The lake is fed directly by water from the seasonal Budameru and Tammileru streams, and is connected to the Krishna and Godavari systems by over 68 inflowing drains and channels.this lake is a major tourist attraction.many birds migrate here in winter.some of them are :-Siberian crane,ibises,painted storks etc.
Dwaraka Tirumala Dwaraka Tirumala :Dwaraka Tirumala or Dwarakatirumala is a village and a mandal in West Godavari district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It is famous for temple of Lord Venkateswara. Dwaraka Tirumala is located about 40 kilometres from the west Godavari district headquarters, Eluru. This is also called as 'Chinna Tirupathi'.
Guntupalli Caves Guntupalli Caves :Guntupalli is a small village situated 25 kms from Eluru(West Godavarai district, Andhra Pradesh). These caves were carved right into the mountains and they date back to "2'nd century B.C". I was awestruck with the detailing on the roof, their water / drainage system and articture. what makes me speech less is how were they able to do all this 2'nd century B.C? that too on a hill top.
Ratnaalamma Temple Ratnaalamma Temple : Ratnaalamma Temple is a village and a mandal in West Godavari district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It is famous for temple of Ratnaalamma Talli. Ratnaalamma Temple is located about 30 kilometres from the west Godavari district headquarters, Eluru.
Ganeswara Alayam Ganeswara Alayam :It is an ancient Aalaya with a fascinating tale. It was originally built by Bhishma, the redoubtable Kuru Pitamaha of unparalleled valour and eminence. The Sivalinga called Gangeswara Sivalinga is Swayambhu.It is believed that, once an ardent devotee was advised by Lord Siva to build an Aalaya for him in that sacred place itself, and if he neglected His bidding, He would grow to unusual height. Fearing evil consequence of disobedience, the people built forthwith an Aalaya and drove a nail on the top of Sivalinga to stop further growth. Siva kept up His word and the devotees were blessed for their devotion.
Kolleru-Bird-Sanctuary Kolleru Bird Sanctuary :The largest fresh water lake in Asia, Kolleru lake is a virtual paradise for nature lovers. Rich in flora and fauna, it attracts migratory birds from Australia, Siberia, Egypt and Philippines between the months of October and March. During this season, the lake is visited by an estimated 2,00,000 birds, which include Open Bill Storks, Painted Storks, Glossy Ibises, White Ibises, Teals, Pintails, Shovellers, Red-Crested Pochards, Blackwinged Stilts, Avocets, Common Redshanks, Wigeons, Gadwalls and Cormorants, among Others.
Tammileru Tammileru :Tammileru is a small river which bisects Krishna district and West Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Gundugolanu Gundugolanu :Gundugolanu is a Village which is located 15 km away from Eluru Town in West Godavari District. Dwaraka Tirumala an ancient holy Lord Sri Venkaswara's temple situated at 25 km distance from Gundugolanu.Sri Ramalayam temple is of Seetha Ramachandra swamy, Lakshmana swamy, Lord Hanuman and Sri krishna. Temple is said be 500 years old and is very pleasant and believed to be powerful temple.Sree Hanuman is also present in this temple.
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