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WEST GODAVARI

CHITTOOR

        The word Chittoor is combination of two Tamil words Chit+oor which means Small Town in Tamil language. In ancient days, Chittoor was part of Tamil country of Thondai Nadu. Also said that the word Chittoor comes from Chittadavula Ooru (Dense Forest - in Telugu).
Chittoor District was formed on 1 April 1911, taking CHITTOOR, PALAMANER, CHANDRAGIRI from North Arcot District and MADANAPALLI, VAYALPADU from Cuddapah and PUNGANUR,SRIKALAHASTI,OLD KARVETINAGARAM FROM ZAMINDARI Provinces to form united chittoor district, later in the late 1960s about 280 villages of chittoor district were added into the CHENGALPATTU AND TIRUVALLUR district of Tamil Nadu.

ChandraGiri Fort
CHANDRAGIRI
Chandragiri Fort
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HORSLEY HILLS
Chittoor
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Kailasanatha Kona
KAILASANATHA KONA
Chittoor
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Kanipakam
KANIPAKAM
Swayambu Varasidhi Vinayaka swamy
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SrikalaHasti Temple
SRIKALAHASTI
Sri Kalahastheeswara Temple
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TALAKONA
Talakona Water Falls
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Tirupathi
TIRUPATI
Sri Venkateshwara Temple
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