Monday, June 27, 2016

Yaganti

Yaganti is located at a distance of 75 kms from Tadipatri in the state of Andhra Pradesh. This place is nestled in the middle of some hostile terrain like the the dry, rocky region of Erramala Hills. 



This place is not on the regular tourist track. People who wish to visit the temples here or interested in rustic beauty of nature must visit this place.


Places of interest here are:

We left Bangalore by 5:00 a.m and reached this place around 4:00 p.m after covering Lepakshi, Tadpatri, and Belum Caves. It was hectic but very nice places to see.

29 comments:

Donna said...

What a stunning temple amongst the beautiful natural setting there....loved the color of the rocks nearby too!

jMo said...

Wow that's dedication. I'm glad you shared this, so often the out of the way places are only seen through a photographer's lens.

Small City Scenes said...

Golly very interesting. Places I will probably never see so keep us informed.
MB

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

What an amazing sight to see set upon the rugged foothills!

Photo Cache said...

The mountainous location must mean that there's awesome views around the temple.

Klara said...

looks amazing!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That does look like some rough territory surrounding this Temple -- you are visiting the kind of places that we would call the 'outback'. It's not for every run-of-the-mill tourist, but that makes it all the more special!! That was a long day of driving for you. I understand that too!!

Rhonda Albom said...

I hope to travel to India some day.

rupam sarma said...

Wonderful, Thanks for the post and pics.

Joyful said...

It looks like a wonderful area to visit. Beautiful images.

Lady Fi said...

So lovely.

Tony McGurk said...

That's an amazing looking tower/building.

Maria Gagliano said...

Lovely photos

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Beautiful.....wild and timeless!

Gillena Cox said...

majestic in stature, photo one is my favourite

much love...

K V V S MURTHY said...

Greatly captured views.

photowannabe said...

It is amazing that something so complex was built in such a difficult terrain.

Melody Steenkamp said...

Looks like something worth visiting

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carol l mckenna said...

Quite the remote place ~ great photo of it and other lovely photos ~

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Roger Owen Green said...

A great view, I'll bet.
ROG, ABCW

Al said...

It looks awesome. The rocky hills remind me of parts of the area where I live.

Trubes said...

Yet another beautiful building and some rugged scenery
too, what a fascinating country,
Thanks for sharing with us,
Best wishes,
Di,
ABCW team.

Blotub dot com said...

Nice to read and amazing Pic.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Amazing how the buildings blend in with the scenery. I like when that happens.

Alexa T said...

Amazing place, indeed! It must be so lovely to observe nature and architecture of temple, as well! have a great weekend ahead!

Jeevan said...

Seems the site is located amid interesting landscape! Wonderful perspective

Abhijit Ray said...

Very nice shot of temple.

purba chakraborty said...

Wonderful pictures :)

Ravish Mani said...

Didn't know about the place. Thanks for sharing. :)