Places To Visit In Anantapur


The place is rich in temples as you will find that it has 365 temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman apart from other temples for different gods.

2.Ravadurg Gooty Fort

Ravadurg Gooty Fort belonging to the 7th century is a stunning example of the architectural excellence of the past.

3.Thimmamma Marrimanu

Thimmamma Marrimanu is a banyan tree, which is the biggest in South India. Situated 100 km from Anantapur, the tree’s branches spread across 5 acres of land.

4.Raidurga Fort

Fort in Anantapur that played a dominant role in the history of the district. Mostly in ruins now, the fort was once invincible.


Hemavathi is an ancient place, which has historic significance. It was the capital of Pallava kings in the 9th and 10th centuries.

6.Aluru Kona

Aluru Kona is a small village, which is famous for Ranganathaswamy Temple. This temple, situated on hilltop was constructed in the year 1334 AD.


Lepakshi is situated 110 km from Anantapur. If you have an eye for architecture and historical places, you need to visit Lepakshi.