Piduguralla is a town and municipality in Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh. It is located 51 kms from Guntur and 206 kms from state capital Hyderabad. This town is famous for white cement and limestone industries, cotton, rice and chili and pepper farming fields. Natural limestone is found in abundance here and is the source of the town's nickname 'Lime city'.
Places to Stay
Piduguralla has limited staying options. Some of the budget hotels in Piduguralla are Hotel Vijayasri (Tariff Rs.300 onwards) and Hotel Shilpa (Tariff Rs.300 onwards).
Telugu is the official language of Piduguralla.
Apart from the main festivals of Eid, Ugadi, Deepawali, Christmas and other festivals, which are celebrated, all over India, there are a few festivals that are unique to this town.Radhostavam, Trunalla, Atla Tadde and Vinayaka Chaviti are also celebrated every year in Piduguralla.
Places to see
Piduguralla is known for its temples. Important pilgrimage sites here are Piduguralla's Ayyappa temple, Sri Vasavi Kanyakaparameswaree temple, Sri Venkateswara temple and Prasana Anjaneya temple. Nearby tourist destinations toPiduguralla areAmaravathi (57 kms) Nagarjunsagar (68 kms), Guntur (50 kms), Vijayawada (88 kms) Khammam (98 kms).
How to Get There
Vijayawada airport (108 kms) is the nearest airport to Piduguralla.
Pidugurallahas its own railway station. Guntur junction railway station (51 kms) is the nearest major railway station to Piduguralla.
Moonlight Travels is one of the leading bus operators on this route. Online bus ticket reservation is an easy and convenient way to get your tickets