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Andhra Pradesh forms another state concluding South India. It holds the true spirit of secularism with almost people from all faiths including Muslimism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianism. Buddhism spread to the Telugu land as early as the third and second centuries B.C. Nagarjunakonda was one of the largest and most important Buddhist centres in South India from the second century BC until the third century AD. Andhra Pradesh is a land steeped in chivalry and pageantry. The state has a rich cultural background too.

One of the most important places to visit here would be the Char Minar, literally meaning the Four Quartets built by Qutb Shahi Kings in 1590. Other significant places include Safdar Gunj Museum, Golconda Forts, Qutb Shahi Tombs, Salar Jung Museum and the Mecca Masjid Mosque. Nehru geological Park is home to many exotic and rare species. Prasantha Nilayam Ashram of Sri Sathya Sai Baba in Puttaparthi, Andhrapradesh calls home thousands of devotees from India and abroad.

Tirupati is considered to be the most holiest place of Indian worship. It is situated in the valley of Tirumala Hills in Andhra Pradesh. The Bora caves is of historical importance and of religious value. Dating back to a million years, they present a breathtaking display of naturally sculpted splendour, in superb stalagmite formations. The state also hosts centres in alternative medicine, rejuvenation therapy, and traditional healing systems. It would be the right place for a historic holiday making.

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