Varadaiahpalem

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Varadaiahpalem
village
Varadaiahpalem is located in Andhra Pradesh
Varadaiahpalem
Varadaiahpalem
Location in Andhra Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 13°36′00″N 79°56′00″E / 13.6°N 79.9333°E / 13.6; 79.9333Coordinates: 13°36′00″N 79°56′00″E / 13.6°N 79.9333°E / 13.6; 79.9333
Country  India
State Andhra Pradesh
District Chittoor
Talukas sathyavedu
Population
 • Total 200,000
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 517541
Telephone code 08576

Varadaiahpalem is a village and a Mandal in Chittoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.[1]

Varadhiahapalem is a notable town in the border of Chittoor, Nellore district. This is the place, where the Oneness Temple of Sri Bhaghavan is located.[2][3]

Kurinjalam, Subbarajulakandriga, Kancharapalem, Aruduru, Yanadivettu, Racharla, Panduru, Chavali lingamanaidu palle, Kadur , Santhavelur are the villages near varadhaiahpalem.

Ubbalamadugu Falls is at a distance of 12 km (7.5 mi) from Varadaiahpalem. Relatively little known tourist destination, has a waterfall, hillocks and greenery. It is ideal for hiking, trekking and picnics.

Ambur is a one of the village in varadaiah palem mandal..

Geography[edit]

Varadaiahpalem is located at 13°36′00″N 79°56′00″E / 13.6°N 79.9333°E / 13.6; 79.9333.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Sub-Districts". Census of India. Retrieved 2007-04-12. 
  2. ^ Arjuna Ardagh - Awakening Into Oneness: The Power of Blessing in the Evolution of ... 2009 - Page 167 "If you had driven into the small town of Varadaiahpalem as recently as 2002, it would not have seemed a likely candidate for a model society. In the back country of Andhra Pradesh, after you turn off the main highway from Chennai to Calcutta, ..."
  3. ^ India today 2002 -- Volume 27 - Page 84 "5-acre plot at Varadaiahpalem in Andhra Pradesh. There's the Nemam ashram where classes are held: the 86-acre Satyalok in Varadaiahpalem that has thatched sheds for meditation and prayer; a 20-acre plot near the Golden City: a 10-acre ..."