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The small village of Lepakshi situated in the southern part of India, in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh is located around 15 km east of Hindupur in Anantapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Lepakshi, one of the best places to visit near Bangalore, boasts about its architectural wonders, divine shrines, and mythological significance and offers the best things to do. So, if you are someone who loves history, believes in miracles or just wants to have a unique traveling experience, Lepakshi has something cool for everyone. These are the top fun things to do in this delightful village.



1. Exploring the Lepakshi Temple
The Veerabhadra Temple, popularly known as the Lepakshi Temple, is the pride of this village. This temple was made in the 16 th century in the style of grandeur of Vijayanagara architecture. Reminiscent of the time trodden temples of Hampi, you will find carvings, murals, and scenes etched out from Hindu Mythology that seem like they are trying to talk to you. The pillar that is most intriguing of the temple is the hanging column which is standing at an angle to the roof of the temple and is not even touching it. As tourists frequently attempt to slide items screened under the pillar to physically feel the architecture wonder. The intricate carvings of gods, animals, and abominable beasts provide an infinite interest for the people curious about Olden Indian art and construction.

2. Admiring the Giant Nandi
Not far from the Lepakshi Temple is an enormous Nandi, a monolithic statue of the Nandi, the bull vehicle of Lord Shiva. This statue is one of the largest Nandi statues in India which is 27 feet in length and 15 feet in height. Set in a single granite stone, the splendor of the s**** of the artisans of the time is shown in this magnanimous sculpture. A classic statue the visitor can admire, see every detail and take pictures with the village as a backdrop.

3. Strolling in Lepakshi Village
A walk through Lepakshi village gives us an impression of the Andhra Pradesh countryside. The village, located in which the other walks us down the path of traditional houses, local markets and friendly villagers who are always open to tell us tales of lore connected with Lepakshi. On walking through those narrow paths, you will be able to see local artisans making beautiful handlooms, textiles and traditional artifacts. This hands-on experience gives you an authentic insight into the ways and lifestyle of the locals.

4. Exploring Jatayu Park
Lepakshi is associated with the mythical bird of Ramayana, Jatayu. The lore about Jatayu claims that he fell in Lepakshi while trying to rescue Sita from the clutches of demon king Ravana. Jatayu Theme Park has been built to remember this mythological incident. The park houses a gargantuan sculpture of Jatayu and offers divine vistas of the adjoining topography. It is perfect for both photography enthusiasts as well as storytellers who are thrilled by mythological stories.

5. Having a Picnic in the Lepakshi Footprints
One of the lesser-known places in Lepakshi is "Footprint of Sita" or Lepakshi Footprints. These colossal footprints are carved in stone and found near the collective of sanctuaries, a believed indication of the place Sita strolled in Ramayan. Having the footprints line the walk up the path, Huge trees give all kinds of shades, perfect for a peaceful picnic with your family. Guests are allowed to sit amidst the peaceful atmosphere and consider the old stories related to these impressions.

6. Shopping for Handicrafts
Lepakshi is famous for its traditional handicrafts, especially the Kalamkari works and the handloom products. There are many shops and stalls around the village for visitors to buy some of these interesting items. Another good souvenir to look for would be Kalamkari, which is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile. These works bear elaborate patterns and natural dyes that resonate with the cultural heritage of the area. You can also look at some lovely hand woven silk or cotton sarees that demonstrate the s****s of the local weavers.

7. Tasting Local Cuisine
And then there is the local cuisine, which no Lepakshi visit is complete without. Sriramapuram has a few traditional Andhra dishes which are very rich in flavor and taste. Also, do not forget to savor the local cuisine of which, pulihora (tamarind rice), pappu (lentil stew) with an array of chutneys made up of local produce stands out. Numerous small restaurants and food stalls in the village are known for offering these original dishes, thus presenting a perfect gastronomical treat.

Conclusion
Lepakshi has a rich historical and cultural tapestry and provides a diverse range of activities accommodating specific interests Visitors can experience Mount Pleasant by - among other options - learning to surf, exploring ancient temples, enjoying local crafts and experiencing traditional cuisine, spending a day on the back of elephant marveling at gigantic sculptures, still so much more have yet to be discovered in this charming village Lepakshi is like the gateway back in time & tradition, irrespective of you are a solo backpacker, a family on vacation or a group of friends.

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