Vijayawada - Gudivada



Vijayawada - Gudivada tour includes many a historically rich appeals. It is believed that Gudivada is an old town of more than 2000 years, situated near Vijayawada city. There are several historical relics that can be found within the geographical premises of Gudivada. From Vijayawada tourists have to cover a distance of 45 km to reach to Gudivada.

The ancient records of Gudivada states that the place originated during the reigning period of Satavahana kingdom. According to Khandeyayani Kaikaluru Silasasanam of 1628 AD, in the initial times of its creation, Gudivada was referred as Vidarbhapur.

The tours from Vijayawada would provide abundant sightseeing options available in Gudivada. As an ancient place of interest Gudivada flaunts a number of interesting features. The Parshwanatha Bhagwan temple of Gudivada is one of the major attractions. Known as one of the prime sites of Jainism, this temple is visited by large number of devotees round the year. Apart from religious people, the temple of Parshwanatha Bhagwan has become a point of attraction for those tourists who have an inclination towards the core of Jain faith.

Since Gudivada is located quite close to Vijayawada, hence the place can be reached through bus services. Vijayawada is a bustling commercial city of Andhra Pradesh which is aptly facilitated by a wide network of rail, roads and airways. Tourists going to Gudivada from Vijayawada can avail of the many buses that regularly ply to and from the two places.

Visiting Vijayawada - Gudivada is undoubtedly counted as one of the most cherishing experience for one and all.



Last Updated on: 9/05/2013

     


     

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