Dargah-e-Hazrath Khwaja Syed Sha Ameenullah Muhammad Mahmood-ul Hussaini Chisti-ul-Qadiri (RA).

Dargah-e-Hazrath Khwaja Syed Sha Ameenullah Muhammad Mahmood-ul Hussaini Chisti-ul-Qadiri (RA).

Cuddapah,Andhra Pradesh, India

History

Kadapa formerly Cuddapah, is a city in the south-central part of Andhra Pradesh, India and is the headquarters of Kadapa District. The city's name originated from the Telugu word "Gadapa" meaning threshold or gate. It was spelled "Cuddapah" but was changed to "Kadapa" on 19 August 2005 to reflect the local pronunciation of the name.
Kadapa is one of the important cities in Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh, and is situated in the south-central part of the Andhra Pradesh State. Located 8 km south of the Penna River, the city is surrounded on three sides by the Nallamala and Palakonda hills. The city is named "Threshold" because it is the gateway from the north to the sacred hill-'Pagoda' of Shri Venkateshvara (also spelt as Venkateswara) of Tirupati.
 
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  • Nearest City : Cudappa
  • Nearest Bus Stop : Cudappa
  • Nearest Airport : Andrapradesh
  • Nearest Railway Station : Cudappa