Call us anytime

+91-08556-223939, 224869, 224959

WhatsApp Number


Palla Residency


Attraction Places Around Hindupur

Hindupur is a city in Anantapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located at the edge of the Andhra–Karnataka border. It is the headquarters of Hindupur mandal in Hindupur revenue division. Hindupur is well connected with all the major cities in the region and is easily reachable by road or by train.

The Basavanna Temple
12 Kilometers from Hindupur

Lepakshi is Located in Andhra Pradesh,From Hindupur Just 14KMs away.1 KM before the main temple there is big Nandi statue, another major attraction of Lepakshi. As said, it is the biggest Nandi statue in India.At 27ft in length and 15ft in height, it is a colossal structure, reputedly India’s biggest monolithic Nandi. Can you imagine such a huge structure cut out of one single stone!!.

The Shivling of Lepakshi Temple
12 Kilometers from Hindupur

The naga linga sculpture is inside the Veerahbadreswara temple at Lepakshi in Andhra Pradesh, Hindupur was supposed to have been carved out by a man in an hour. This is about 15 feet in hight very massive shiva linga sculpture with naga Prabhavali. This is a huge Shivling, But the Shivling is also hooded under a multiface snake (the naag). This is a unique Shivling. We haven’t witnessed any such Shivling in the rest of the country so far.

The Hanging pillar of Lepakshi Temple
12 Kilometers from Hindupur

The hanging pillar which does not rest on the ground fully. There are about 70 pillars at this fabulous 16th-century temple of stone in Vijayanagar style, but this one is the best known and a tribute to the engineering genius of ancient and medieval India’s temple builders. However, it is a bit dislodged from its original position. A paper or a thin piece of cloth can be passed from below the pillar and it comes out absolutely unhindered at the other end.

Prasanthi Nilayam Ashram
65 Kilometers from Hindupur

Even after the death of the spiritual leader, the place continues to attract the devotees and followers. Sanatana Dharma that Baba proclaimed to be spreading could still be learn in the Ashram. Painted in blue, yellow and pink, the temple spreads message of spirituality, intellectuality and love, harmony of which culminates in ultimate peace.

Space Theater
65 Kilometers from Hindupur

Sri Sathya Sai Space theatre / planetarium is meant to enlighten individuals on the subjects of astronomy, physics and mathematics. Built with a capacity of 200 individuals, it educates with English and Hindi versions of the information being provided, from 10.00-10.45 AM and 11.00-11.45 AM respectively.

Chaitanya Jyoti Museum
65 Kilometers from Hindupur

If one wishes to make an acquaintance with the early life of Sathya Sai Baba, no place could be better than this. It depicts early childhood of the spiritual leader till the end. The place is deemed as an architectural marvel. Except Mondays, the place remains open from 9 AM to 11 PM with 11.30 AM to 3 PM break.

Nandi Hills
80 Kilometers from Hindupur

Nandi Hills or Nandi betta (Anglicised forms include Nandidurg and Nandydoorg) is an ancient hill fortress in southern India, in the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state. It is 10 km from Chickballapur town and approximately 80 km from the city of Hindupur. The hills are nestled near the town of Nandi. In traditional belief, the hills are the origin of the Arkavathy river.