Religious Places in Andhra Pradesh
Religious Places in Andhra Pradesh - Andhra Pradesh is dotted with a number of religious
monuments. Infact the presence of so many temples acts
as a major attraction for the pilgrims other than the
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Visiting the temples in Andhra Pradesh can't be compared to a casual religious exercise. It
is much more than that.
It is a learning experience
where you get to appreciate the art and sculpture of
the period. Tirupati Venkateswara is one of the oldest temples in Andhra Pradesh.
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The Kalahasteeswara Temple
can be traced back to the pre-Christian times. If you
want to witness a brilliant example of the Chalukyan
sculpture, there can't be anything better than
the Alampur Bhrama temples. Southindiatourtravel.com
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The oldest temples in the State, Tirupati Venkateswara Temple and the Kalahasteeswara Temple date back to the pre Christian times.
The Chalukyas of Badami (Karnataka) of about the 6th century built the Alampur Bhrama temples.
These are excellent examples of Chalukyan art and sculpture. The Vengi Chalukyas ruled coastal Andhra Pradesh from the 7th to the 11th centuries.
The Badami Chalukyas of Deccan were succeeded by the Rashtrakutas and the later Chalukyas. The Kakatiyas who
succeeded the later Chalukyas and ruled from Warangal (11th - 14th century AD) constructed several beautiful temples that show a profuse display of sculptural work..
The North Eastern region of Andhra Pradesh was under the rule of the Ganga Kings and the temples of this region show influences of the Orissa style of architecture.
The Thousand Pillared temple is situated at Hanumakonda. The carvings on the temple are quite exquisite. The Hanumakonda was the ancient capital of Kakatiyas of Warangal.
The Tirupati temple at Tirupati is one of the most visited and richest temples in the world. It is a famous pilgrimage center for Hindus.
This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara and has a divine idol of the Lord Balaji or Venkatachalapati, also known as Lord Venkateshwara.
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