Sprawled on the spectacular coastline of Bay of Bengal is the third-largest state of India, Andhra Pradesh. It's a land that presents a beautiful amalgamation of diverse cultures, heritage monuments, historical sites, prosperous temples, rich flora & fauna, stunning hill-stations, sparkling lakes, cascading waterfalls, lofty hills and numerous Buddhist sites. Known as the 'Rice Bowl of India', Andhra Pradesh comprises the world's richest temple at Tirupati.
Evolved in Indian roots, Andhra Pradesh is a booming destination for
travel and tourism, by means of over 500 tourist sites. The
architectural ruins pronounce the history of more than 2000 years.
Nagarjunasagar Dam is the pride of the state, being the largest masonry
dam in the world. Embracing a variety of cultures, religions and
traditions, Andhra Pradesh is the terra firma from where Kuchipudi, the
dance form, originated.
Rivers like Godavari and Krishna traverse through the expanse of Andhra
Pradesh, offering sparkling waters to the state and adding beauty to its
landscape. Hyderabad, its capital city, is also the second Silicon
Valley of India. The state's journey, from the ancient to the modern
times, makes it better-off in its outlook. All said and done, Andhra
Pradesh is a state which is not be missed on a tour of the southern
parts of India.