Penuganchiprolu is a Village and Mandal in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is about 20 km east of Jaggayyapeta and 20 km north of Nandigama, on the Hyderabad-Vijayawada road. Munneru – A river with spiritual importance passes by the village penuganchiprolu. Nearest railway station is Madhira on Vijayawada-Warangal line. It is convenient to travel by bus from Vijayawada. Vijayawada Airport is the nearest access point.


Vedadri is a village in Krishna district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Jaggaiahpet mandal of Vijayawada revenue division.[2] It is situated 10 km from Chillakallu on NH.9. It is one of the religious destination for Hindus, with the shrine ofLaxmi Narasimha Swamy on the banks of River Krishna. Vedadri is one of the Nava Narasimha kshetras located in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states. Other than the presiding diety, Sri Laxmi Narasimhaswamy, Sri Yogananda Narasimhaswamy is also is presided over there on the top of the hill. People used to believe that there is an underground way from this temple to Maa Kanaka Durga temple, Vijayawada and Srisailam temple. How to reach: The people can visit this temple on their own transport. However, APSRTC BUSES are plying from Jaggayyapet Bus stand and Vijayawada via Chillakallu. In addition, service autos are also available from chillakallu.A piece of suggestion for those going on own transport: From Chillakallu, Lord Venkateswara temple, Tirumalagiri is 3 kms away and Maa Tirupathamma temple, Penuganchiprolu is 10 km away. In one trip, all the three temples can be covered, if they wish.





Marakata Rajarajeswari Temple: Unique temple of goddess completely built with stone with intricate architecture symbolizing SRICHAKRA – the abode of mother Goddess at Auto Nagar Vijayawada.



Hamsala Deevi Venugopala Swamy Temple, 8kms to Koduru, 24kms to Avanigadda



Mopideviis a village in Krishna district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Mopidevi mandal of Machilipatnam revenue division. Mopidevi is on the Vijayawada-Avanigadda roadline. State run APSRTC buses from operates from Vijayawada via kankipadu, vuyyuru, pamarru and challapalli.



Mangalagiri: Located in Guntur district, 12 km from Vijayawada is the renowned temple of Lord Narasimha in Mangalagiri, on a hillock. The unique feature of this temple is that the mouth of the idol accepts half the quantity of panakam (jaggery dissolved in water) offered by devotees, irrespective of the size of the vessel..

 Amaravati Amaravati The Amareswara (Siva) temple walls have lot of inscriptions that give information about the kings who ruled over the area. The present holy shrine of Amaralingeswara (LordSiva) temple is associated with the reign ofVasireddy Venkatadri Nayudu who ruled the region before the advent of the British rule (See Amararama). He was well known for his benevolence, munificence and construction of a large number of temples and education centers in the Krishna river deltaIt is reachable by road or by boat / coracle on the Krishna River. It is connected by the Amaravati road from the heart of Guntur with 32km of road. It is 46km south west of Vijayawada. 40km from Sattenapalli and 41km from Mangalagiri, 26km from Krosuru, 20km from State Capital Thullur as per APCRDA. Gannavaram, north of Vijayawada is the nearest airport.
 Kotappakonda Kotappakonda :– According to the inscriptions, the temple was in existence even before 1172 A.D. Among several kings who ruled the place Sri Krishna Deva Raya gifted large chunks of lands for the maintenance of the temple.Kotappakonda is a holy hill, situated inGuntur district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is famous for the temple of Lord Siva which is constructed on it with a stairway of about 1000 steps. The hill appears with three peaks in any direction, “These three peaks are known as Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra” so also called Trikutadri. It has four temples, one at the base, the other at an elevation of 600 feet (180 m). The main temple is at a height of 1,500 feet (460 m). The village situated at the foot of the hill is named after Kotappakonda and is called Kotappakonda village. The nearest towns are Narasaraopet and Chilakaluripet.Kotappakonda town can be reached by bus from Guntur or Narasaraopet or Chilakaluripet. After reaching the town, temple can be reached by footsteps or by bus. And also vinukonda or Addanki.these two cities people can be reached by road (Addanaki,Vinukonda –>Santha Maguluru –>Minnekallu –>pamidimarru –>kondakavuru –> Kotappakonda)
 Pedakakani  Pedakakani :- Sages worshiped Lord Shivawho killed demons to protect people of this region from demons. Upon the request from the local people, shiva manifested in the form of linga in the Shiva templePedakakani Halt is the railway station located in the village, that lies on the Vijayawada-Guntur section of Vijayawada-Guntakal line. It is under the administration of Guntur railway division of South Central Railway zone

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