Andhara Pradesh is like an undiscovered journey of exquisite crafts, vibrant festivities, mother tounge Telugu, glorious remnants of the past,irresistible delicacies, momentous architecture and also incessant journey to the rich cultural heritage of India and they are the indelible impressions of this state. It is a perfect holiday destination, places famous in this state are Salar Jung Museum, Sri Venkateswara temple at Tirupati, Golconda Fort in Hyderabad and Buddhist viharas at Nagarjunasagar and The Charminar. Visiting this place is anincredible experience in itself as you can discover the beauty of this state and explore the wildlife and bird sanctuaries with a wide extent of flora and fauna from the hilly ranges of the Eastern Ghats and the Nallmalais, to the shores of Bay of Bengal.
|Area||275,068 Sq. Km.|
|Languages Spoken||Telugu, Urdu, Hindi and English.|
|Best Time to Visit||Mid-October to mid-March|
|Climate||Hot and humid|
|Boundaries||East: Bay of Bengal; West: Karanataka; South: Tamil Nadu; North East: Orissa|
Andhra Pradesh was created by combining the old princely state of Hyderabad with the Telegu-speaking portions of the former state of Madras. Hyderabad was made the capital of Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh has had its name changed many times. Emperor Ashoka called it "The Land of the Andhras". In 1995, the state government imposed a total ban on alcohol, making Andhra Pradesh India's second major dry state.
Well connected with all major towns.
By AIR :
Well connected with Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Madras and other major cities.
The distances of the major cities from the capital city Hyderabad are: Bangalore- 562 kms, Bombay- 711 kms, Madras- 688 kms, Tirupati- 600 kms, Panaji- 747 kms.
Hyderabad, Tirupati, Nagarjunakonda, Vijayawada, Visakhapatanam, Warangal.