Andhra Pradesh is above all a cheerful mix of many things nice. The state of Andhra Pradesh has one of the most important Hindu temples in the world and yet Urdu is as widely spoken and appreciated as the more indigenous Telugu.

 Hyderabadi cuisine is all Nizami: delicately flavoured and predominantly non-vegetarian, while the rest of Andhra Pradesh relishes a variety of vegetarian dishes. The spice also includes liberal doses of Buddhist heritage peppered across the state, like the ruined stupa of Amaravathi.

Andhra Pradesh over the last few years has become increasingly important to India in the techno savvy age of cyber optics and virtual reality. Driven by a dynamic government, Andhra Pradesh has taken strides towards development and is today much better off than it was 10 years ago. Not many tourists take the time to discover the treasures of Andhra Pradesh, daunted by its size and the fact that the major attractions are spread across squares of miles of tough terrain. But, if you chose carefully, Andhra Pradesh is as rewarding a destination as its more popular neighbors, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka.

Capital: Hyderabad

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  1. The best time to visit Andhra Pradesh in the winter months between October and March. 

Min Days Required: 7 Days

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