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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Konaseema Andalu


Konaseema : It is popularly called as Andhra’s Kerala.
Konaseema is an ideal option if you are looking for following travel themes:

Backwater Tourism/Houseboat
Konaseema is a delta located in the East Godavari and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. This delta is surrounded on all sides by waters (of Godavari and the Bay of Bengal).
Konaseema is famous for its scenic greenery and vedic scholars. The origin of the name may be from Telugu word "Kona" meaning corner which resembles its shape. The northern side is bounded by Gautami Godavari and southern side is bounded by Vasista Godavari. It is one of most fertile lands present in Coromandel Coast. The entire region is rich in Coconut trees, Mango grooves, numerous canals, backwaters, Temples and Traditions. 
Coconut palms, the arboreal symbol of Konaseema landscape, fringe the backwaters framing the blue tropical sky during daytime and a starry twinkling firmament during evenings. There are diverse sceneries along the backwaters crisscrossing the coastal areas.

The culture of konaseema is rich traditional culture of Andhra.
The festivals of Rathotsavam (for Lord Vishnu) and Prabhala Teertham (for Lord Shiva) are famous all through the region. Most famous of Rathotsavam festivals are of Antarvedi teertham and Yanam teertham. Most famous of Prabhala Teertham are Jaggannathota teertham and Chintalooru teertham. The major towns which constitute Konaseema are Amalapuram, Ravulapalem, Razole.
Konaseema Temples:

Holy Temples & religious shrines have always been a strong reason of travel in Andhra. There are many temples in Andhra with excellent architecture and a story behind each temple. If you go and visit these temples in India, you will feel so holistic and create an unmemorable experience. We offer temple tours and arrange packages covering all important temples in and around Konaseema and Godavari districts.
The important temples of Godavari district are Vinayaka temple at Ainavilli, Sri Jagan Mohini Keshava Swamy at Ryali, Sree veereswara swamy temple at Marumalla, Sri Someswara Swamy Temple at kotipalli , Sri Suryanarayana Swamy Varu at G mammidada, Bheemeshwara Swamy at Draksharamam, Sri Kukkuteshwara Swamy Temple at pithapuram, KUMARA RAMA AT SAMALKOTA, Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple at anthervedi, Venketeshwara swamt at appanpalli, Sri Kshira Rama Lingeshwara swamy at pallakollu, Sri Someshwara Janardhana swamy at Bhimavaram.

Other Important temples in east Godavari are Annavaram, Biccavolu , Thalupulamma Talli – Lova etc.
The best part is while visiting these temples you would get an opportunity to experience the tradition of art, culture and lifestyles of Rural Andhra. You can enjoy a blend of rural and Temple Tourism.
Konaseema Rural Tourism:

India is a country of rich culture and heritage. With above 70% population residing in around 6 million plus villages, real India has its roots right inside this simplistic structure. With Rural Tourism, we try to take you to a journey of not so known( places like Konaseema, ) – the land and people which is the back bone of this country. It is a journey to explore diversity and hospitality from nook and corners of Rural India.
Here is an attempt from vizag Tourism to take you away to Konaseema , a dream land full of peace, simplicity and innocence. Connect with nature, unlearn luxury, and spend time looking at surroundings and people who support your life by providing the raw inputs for complex city life needs. What you explore during these tours is a unique experience and an eye opener to the basics of a developing economy. For corporate people, this gives a day off to go back to roots and this gives an opportunity to spend time in the rural atmosphere away from the Mouse and the motherboard.

The different villages that you visit as a part of Konaseema package are sure to leave lasting memories in your mind.

This is an opportunity to see the India described in novels for people engaged in hustle and bustle of daily city life.
The best part is while visiting these places you would get an opportunity to experience the tradition of art, culture and lifestyles of Rural Andhra. You can enjoy a blend of rural and Temple Tourism as you would get a chance to visit various temples in your rural tourism itinerary.

There is an option to stay in a farm House equipped with all facilities to have a feel of the rural atmosphere.
Back Water Tourism of Konaseema:
Konaseema is known for its backwaters. They as a whole, form an intricate network of lagoons, lakes, canals, estuaries, and rivers that drain into the bay of bengal.. Boating along the backwaters offers spectacular views and vistas of konaseema’s pristine natural beauty.
Coconut palms, the arboreal symbol of Konaseema landscape, fringe the backwaters framing the blue tropical sky during daytime and a starry twinkling firmament during evenings. There are diverse sceneries along the backwaters crisscrossing the coastal areas.
Cruising along the backwaters is an ideal way to discover the real Konaseema. The placid backwaters that stretch for kilometers are covered with swinging, coconut trees, canals and small islands. Tourists can go ga-ga over Godavari cruise - Spend a day and night in the fully furnished cruise that will wind across the Godavari and her tributaries Vynateya and Vasishta.
Let vizag Tourism help you explore the unexplored beauty of Andhrapradesh. A House boat trip to Konaseema is sure to rejenuvate your mind, soul and body. and Houseboat packages which will help you explore this place.

The house boat activity begins from Dindi coconut County Resorts in Rajole district.The boat cruises until Narsapur and Shivakodilanka and crosses various lagoons.






















2 comments:

  1. It is a feast to the eyes of the Onlookers.And I am proud to be a son of Konaseema Andala Thalli.I am a Mungandian,a nearby village to Pulletikurru. Long live Konaseema Andalu!

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  2. 0every indian must see the konaseems andalu.a.v.ramana.reddy.ada.kadapa

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