Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Kailasanathakona waterfalls are situated in the valley of Nagiri hills near Puttur. The water is clear here and is considered sacred as well. Beleived to be rich in minerals and possess curative properties, Puranas reveal that Lord Kailasanatheswara Swamy attended the marriage of Lord Venkateswara Swamy and Goddess Padmavati at Narayanavanam and selected this water fall for meditation. Hence this place is called Kailasanathakona which is really a picturesque spot and an ideal picnic spot. Moreover, the foot of the waterfalls here can also be approached by vehicles. There also is a small attractive temple of Lord Shiva and Parvati near the Kona Falls where visitors invariably seek blessings.
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