Mudigubba is a village and a mandal in the state of Andhra Pradesh and is a part of the Anantapur District. The city nearest to Mudigubba is Anantapur (59 km). Mudigubba is one of the largest mandals in Andhra Pradesh with many panchayats coming under its jurisdiction. Mudigabba is part of the Red Corridor, a region with Naxalite-Maoist insurgency.
Places to Stay
There no hotels in Mudigubba, however Anantapur has a few budget hotels for the discerning traveller. They are Amravathi Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500), Sapthagiri Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500), and SRS Regency Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500).
The official language of Mudigubba is Telugu. No other languages are spoken here as a rule.
The important festivals celebrated in Mudigubba are Subramanyeswara Swamy Shashti on Margasira Shuddha Shashti Day and the Vinayaka Chaviti, which falls on Bhadra Pada Sudda Chaviti.
Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in and around Mudigubba. Anantapur Clock Tower (59 km) is a sight to behold. The temples and carvings in Lepakshi are an architectural marvel and Puttaparthi (166 km)-a famous pilgrimage destination for all devotees of Sri Puttaparthi Sai Baba, is a must visit.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Mudigubba is Bangalore International Airport (200 km).
Mudigubbu has its own railway station and is connected by the Southern Central Railways. Trains plying to Hyderabad, Bangalore and other places frequent Mudigubba station.
There are daily bus services to Hyderabad, Anantapur and other places in Andhra Pradesh. The best bus operator that offers good experience for passengers is SLV Madanapalli Travels. You can now get bus tickets from several bus booking portals like Ticketgoose.com.