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Mydukur is a town and Municipality in Kadapa District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Mydukur was founded due to Madhavaraya swamy temple. Long ago it was called Madhavakuru.
It has been called the Junction of
Rayalaseema, since it links the roads connecting the holy cities Tirupathi, Vijayawada, Srisailam and the state capital of Hyderabad.
General information [ edit ]
The Town Post office is located in Kadapa Road
Pin Code - 516172
STD Code - 08564
Mydukuru is famous for Onion production which majorly exported to Hyderabad.
Public transport services [ edit ]
APSRTC Bus station is located in Kadapa Road
Post office [ edit ]
Politics [ edit ]
Dr. D. L. Ravindra Reddy. Former minister for Revenue, Electricity, Health and Minor irrigation for Andhra Pradesh; former Public Accounts Chairman for Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Medical and Health minister of Andhra Pradesh.
Notable places to visit [ edit ]
Madhavaraya swamy Temple, Nandyal Road.
Sri SaiBaba Temple, Kadapa Road.
Kodandarama swamy Temple,Near R.E.S.Jr.college, Kadapa Road.
C.S.I.Shalome Town Church,Sainathapuram .
Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Temple, Nandyal Road.
Sri Ramulavaru Temple, Nandyal Road.
Sri vinayaka swamy Temple,Sivunimanyam Street, kadapa Road.
Sri Anjaneya swamy Temple,Near R.E.S. Jr.college, kadapaRoad.
Shahi Masjid (Considered as one of the Biggest Mosque in Rayalaseema), Kadapa Road.
The Shahi Masjid is located in kadapa road
Karunagiri (Christian pilgrim place, very near to Mydukur).
Veera Bhadra swamy temple, Alladu palli, Chapadu Mandal.
Jyothi Kasi nayana Kshetram.
Panchamuka Anjaneya Temple, Near Parvathi Nagar, Nandyal Road.
Bhaira Kondaya swamy temple, Lekkalavari Palli (village), Mydukur Mandal.
Distance to various places [ edit ]
Below is the distance in kilometers from Mydukur to various cities:
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