Vinukonda-Nandyal Railway Section along Nallamala Hills
|Elevation||95 m (312 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Vinukonda is a Municipal town in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh, India. Local mythology holds a hill nearby as the place where Rama was informed of his wife Sita's abduction. The name therefore literally translates to "Hearing Hill". It is also the headquarters of Vinukonda mandal.
Vinukonda is located at  It has an average elevation of 75 metres (246 feet). Much like the rest of Guntur district, it has very hot summers and mild winters. Rainfall is mostly in the months of July to September. High concentrations of fluorides are found in the underground water reserves and potable water is therefore rare. The STD code of the town is +91 8646 and PIN Code is 522647..
Dolmens and other megalithic structures have been found in the town's neighbourhood. Inscriptions from about 1000–1400 CE are also to be found in many old temples. The Vishnukundina, a local dynasty, ruled the adjoining areas from here during the turn of the millennium. During the medieval era, the hill nearby was the site of a fortress. A four hundred year old Jamia Masjid, built in 1640, is the only major relic of Muslim rule in the town.
Vinukonda is the major road junction in Guntur District. The town is about 250 km from the state capital of Hyderabad. Located on the Guntur – Kurnool – Bellary Highway, it has regular bus services from Hyderabad, Tirupathi, Kadapa, Kurnool, Narasaraopet, Ongole, Guntur, Vijayawada, Bellary, Sindhanur, Davanagere, Srisailam and Karnataka Areas.
The nearest airport is 130 km away in Vijayawada.
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- Sivayya Garu, communist party of india.
- Jagarlamudi Krish, a film director in Telugu film industry, Tollywood.
- Atchyutani Gopala Krishnamurthy, Mudra Ad Agency Founder
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