Chittoor Tourism

Chittoor is a district in Andhra Pradesh, a state in India. Chittoor is known for pilgrimage tours as most of the major temples in South of India are located in the Chittoor district, including places like Tirupathi, Srikalahasthi, and Kanipakam. One of the major agricultural markets for Mangoes, grains, sugarcane and peanuts is based in Chittoor district. A lot of industrial factories are also located in the Chittoor district due to the availability of land and resources at a reasonable price. Geographically Chittoor district was a part of Madras state. Later on, it became a part of Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh.

In summers the climate goes up to 46 Degrees due to which people prefer starting their pilgrimage during rainy or autumn season in the Chittoor district. Ponnai and Swarnamukhi are the most important rivers running through the district of Chittoor. Tirupathi in Chittoor district is known to be a sacred place for gods which is why more than half of the population in India visits Tirupathi during the festive season to gain blessings. There are 66 mandals (cities or towns divided under administrative divisions) in the Chittoor district. With the help of agricultural and industrial services, the Gross District Domestic Product (GDDP) of Chittoor district is ₹34,742 crore (US$4.8 billion) i.e. 6.6% of the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP).

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Travel Guide Venkateswara Swamy Temple
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Tirupati Balaji Temple, Tirumala

Tirupati Balaji is an ancient temple is dedicated to the Lord Sri Venkateshwara and popularly known as the Venkateswara Swamy temple. Tirupati Balaji Temple is one of the richest temple in the world and one of the most pilgrims visited temple in the Andhra Pradesh, India.

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Travel Guide Chandragiri fort
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Chandragiri Fort, Tirupati

The more you venture to the south of the Indian sub-continent the more you will get acquainted with rich history of the ancient Indian civilization. The Chandragiri fort is a magnanimous fort near Tirupati hills that will give the visitors a lot of history to look forward too.

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Travel Guide Kapila Theertham
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Kapila Theertham, Tirupati

The Kapila Theertham temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is situated on the foot of Tirumala hills, at the entrance of mountain caves that lead deep into the Seshachalam Hills.

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Travel Guide Kodandarama Swamy Temple Tirupati
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Kodandarama Swamy Temple, Tirupati

The Kodandarama Swamy temple is dedicated to the three central characters of Ramayana – Lord Ram, Lakshman and Sita and is located in Tirupati of Andhra Pradesh, India. After Lord Venkateswara Temple of Tirumala, this temple is the most visited by the devotees.

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