Gudiyatham - Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions

Gangai amman Temple located in Gudiyattam, famous for its yearly carnival every year on May 14–15 (Tamil month - Vaigasi 1st) which attracts more than a million people from various places (http://dharsanam.blogspot.com/2010/04/gudiyatham-sri-gangai-amman.html). The Temple is famous for its fair. The temple is located on the bank of Goundanya Maha nadhi near the bus stand of Gudiyattam.

The Navagraha Anjaneyar kovil and Navagraha kottai in Pandiyan Nagar. The suriyan, Ragu, Kethu, Sukran, Sani, Buthan, Guru, Santhiran, and Ankarakan. Totally nine gods in separates in this temple Totally this temple is have in 1920 squire feet.Bus routes Katpadi to Gudiyatham.

Sethukkarai hill which is famous for the Girivalam by the people in the event of full moon day.

The Balaji Temple which is located at the Pichanoor is very famous in the month of purataasi. This temple is also called as "Then Thirupathi" (South Thirupathi in English).

The Shiva temple Balasarthuleeswarar ( Baby-Tiger-Eswarar) in Tamil translation Karupuleeswarar Aalayam in Nellorepet is more 1000 years old. It is famous for Car festival. The Shiva temple was abode for famous sage Goundanya Rishi and the river passing through the town is in his name "Goundanya Nadi". The temple has Simha tank.The temple is on Gudiyatham to Pernambut road.

Also Sri Veera Vijaya Anjaneya Swamy temple located in a nearby Village D.P.Palayam. Every month in the full moon day abhishekam takes place and a huge amount of people across the area visit the temple. It is 18 km from Gudiyattam, there are frequent buses available from Gudiyattam 2, 2a, 25 and other private services that goes towards paradarami and Chittoor.

The town is close to the recently famous religious tourism/place of worship spot called the GOLDEN TEMPLE at Sripuram.

The most attractive dam is located in mordhana.

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