This journey finds way through the NH 211 route which is spread over 608.5 kilometres of on road distance. The journey takes around 11 hours to get along. There's no direct train to Mantralayam. The nearest railway station to Mantralayam is located at the Mantralaya Road which is 16kms away from the main place. The place attracts significant number of devotees every year. You can board a train to Manmad Junction from where a taxi or a local bus will take you along. The train's name is Aurangabad Renigun. The direct bus journey is also a linked journey spread across changeovers at Hyderabad and Adoni. It will take around Rs 1940 for this option. The taxi journey will cost Rs 11000 and will take around 9 hours for completion. You may choose to fly to Hubli or Hyderbad and consequently grab a local bus to reach Mantralayam. Sree Guru Raghvendra temple, Swami temple, the Bikshalaya temple and the Panchamukhi Anajaneya temple are the places you can visit in and around Mantralayam. For a trouble free journey you can choose the car rental services.
Distance between Aurangabad and Mantralayam is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Aurangabad named after Aurangzeb, the Mughal Emperor, is a city in Maharashtra. Aurangabad means Built by the Throne'. Being a tourist hub, the city has many historical monuments of great importance.
Aurangabad is said to be a City of Gates and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through the city. Recently, Aurangabad has been declared as Tourism Capital of Maharashtra. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
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Mantralayam is a holy pilgrimage centre, which is famous in the world-wide, located in Andhra Pradesh, in the Kurnool District. The nearest cities to Mantralayam are Kurnool, which is 80km away, and Hyderabad, which is 253km away from it. The closest airport is in Hyderabad, which is around 245km far from Mantralayam, and the tourists can reach Mantralayam from the airport, either by train or by road, by hiring Savaari Rental Cab services. To travel to Mantralayam by train, the railway station is situated at about 15km away from Mantralayam, which is called Tungabhadra. This station arrives on the train route from Madras to Chennai, and on the route from Bangalore to Mumbai. The devotees can board the buses operating frequently from the station, to reach the pilgrimage, at fares as cheap as rupees 6.50. Even private vehicles are available there. The district buses operating from Andhra are the option to travel by road..
The main places to visit in Mantralayam consists of some historical temple attractions, an island, and a few nearby religious places. They include Panchamukhi Anjaneya Swami Temple, situated 23 km away from Mantralayam on a hilly-rocky terrain, which is dedicated to Lord Anjaneya; a pilgrimage destination, Bichchali, situated at the shore of Tungabhadra river, 20km away from Mantralayam; Manchalamma Temple dedicated to Goddess Manchalamma, which is situated in the Mantralayam Mutt Complex, nearby Samadhi Temple; Kowathalam, which is a popular pilgrimage to the followers of Vaishnavite saint, situated at the Kurnool District; an island called Navabrindavan, situated between two parts of the Tungabhadra river, 175 km far from Mantralayam. Other nearby destinations include Urukunda, which is popular for the Erranna Temple and Alampur, which is a famous temple town situated 95 km away from Mantralayam. These travelling for hours can be a comfortable drive by the devotees, by hiring Savaari Rental Cab Services.