Nellore: Rich Agricultural City Of Andhra Pradesh!

Written By

Gopika VC

This city's historical significance attracts academics and history buffs. Apart from this, Nellore's agriculture is also noteworthy.

This is the excellent beach to explore Nellore's Bay of Bengal side. From the city core, the beach is 25km away.

Mypadu Beach

Ramalingeswara Temple is a Hindu pilgrimage site in Nellore. If you want to see the Ramalingeswara temple, you'll have to drive 30km from the city centre.

Ramalingeswara Temple

Make sure to visit during the Rottela Panduga festival, which is held with tremendous pomp and circumstance. Tourists call this popular festival the "Roti Festival".

Barah Shaheed Dargah

The shrine's principal deity is Lord Vishnu. Visitors might enter the temple from 4:30 to 12:30 and 3 to 7:30 daily.

Narasimhaswamy Temple

Villagers weave sarees. Most village homes have handlooms. Villagers' handicrafts are unique and popular worldwide.


This bird sanctuary is famous for pelicans. Few Asian locations are suitable for pelicans. One is Neelapattu Bird Sanctuary.

Neelapattu Bird Sanctuary

Art lovers will be captivated by the temple's architecture. The cravings are similarly appreciative, luring many artists to the temple site.

Ranganatha Temple

Langula Gajapati constructed Udayagiri Fort. This fort tells a lot about the city's royal heritage and its people.

Udayagiri Fort

This village is famed for the Penchalakona Temple. Getting to the venue from Nellore can take 3–4 hours during the peak season like Narasimha Jayanthi.