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Andhra Pradesh is abutted by Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Maharashtra in north, in the east it is bordered by Bay of Bengal, in the south is Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka is in the west. Andhra Pradesh is being placed on the Deccan Plateau where rivers Krishna and Godavari pass through the plateau and forms huge deltas before enrolling in Bay of Bengal. The capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad bears along with it the legacy in culture. You can see the presence of Buddhist and Hindu societies along with the primitive architecture. This is the state which ranks 2nd for the mineral wealth. Here you can find main industries pertaining to Biotechnology, Information Technology, Business Management, Pharmaceuticals and Construction.

After doing a deep study of the historic particulars of the Andhra Pradesh, you can get the ideas about the mind blowing Caves of Andhra Pradesh that are disseminated all over the region. These caves domiciles the statues of rock-cut styles of Lord Buddha, here some caves are very old that dates back to the primitive times. In today’s time the caves are a part of tourist attraction of Andhra Pradesh. From the study that was done during the excavations, it was noted that the Caves of Andhra Pradesh were from very olden times.

The Caves of Andhra Pradesh has their own significance. The Belum Caves has a underground passage, this is considered to be the natural architecture, this is also ranked 2nd in terms of its length next to the caves of Meghalaya. There is also the Borra Caves which is constructed near the Gosthani River and this cave is built with the deposits of limestones. Founded near the Krishna River is the Undavalli Caves, this is also very famous in Andhra Pradesh, this cave is believed to be discovered in the era of 4th and 5th centuries, the chief drawing card of the cave is the statue of Lord Vishnu. Surrounding the caves like Venkateshwara, Veera Brahman, rokalla, the Yaganti Caves in this state gives the presentation of the pleasing aggregation of the nature, which is worth watching. The Narasaropet where the primitive inhabitants were found, here is the location of the Guthikonda Caves, during the excavation of this cave from the archeological department founded a holder of sword which gave the result that this cave was from the time of the very earlier era.

The major languages spoken here are the Telugu with Urdu. This place is the of rich and varied mosaic of cultures, here there are people of Buddhist, Muslims and Hindus which are placed in quite few areas. The tribes that can be found here are the Mandulas, the Gadabas, the Chenchus, the Yenadis, the Bagatas and the Banjaras. The food which is mainly consumed by the people here is the tamarind rice that is called the Pulihara. The festivals celebrated in Andhra Pradesh are Vanamalleswara Swami which is a car festival, Visaka Utsav, Deccan Festival, Pongal, Makara Sakranti, Ugadi, Pongal and many more. The caves too contribute a major attraction in Andhra Pradesh along with the festivals, people and cusinies which makes Andhra Pradesh the known all over the country. The arts and crafts here cannot be ignored, which are universally known. The other places where tourist are crowded with are the Mecca Masjid, Birla Mandir, Charminar, Golconda Fort, Osmania, the Hi-Tec City and many more on the list.

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