Kadapa district is said to be the heart of the Rayalaseema as it is centrally located and well connected with the four districts of Rayalaseema.The old records of the district reveal that Kadapa previously called Gadapa which means in Telugu language threshold. The ancient village of Kadapa with its large tank and temple of Lord Venkateswara at Devuni Kadapa was convenient camping place for the pilgrims traveling to the holy shrine of Tirupathi.
Kadapa district covered by many undulations between 259' and 3787' from the mean sea level. The district lies between 79° 29" and 79° 55" eastren and 30° 43" and 15° 14" northern latitudes.
The Boundaries of Kadapa district are as follows.
Penna, Chitravathi, Kundu, Papaghni, Sagileru,
Mandvya, Gunjaneru and Cheyyeru.
Kadapa, Proddatur, Rajampet,
Mydukur, Jammalamadugu, Pulivendula,
Vempalli, Jammalamadugu, Gandikota fort and Chand Phira Gumbadh,
Tallapaka, Pushpagiri, Siddhavatam, Vontimetta, Jyoti
Jammalamadugu, and Proddatur temples Pothuloori Veerabramendra Swamy Mutt
at KandhimallayaPalli, Devuni Kadapa, Alladupalli, Gandi.
is well connected by road and rail with other
parts of the state.
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