At a distance of 13 km from Puttur, 25 km from Nagari, 46 km from Tirupati, 92 km from Chennai, 76 from Chittoor, 86 km from Kanipakam, 85 km from kanchipuram and 110 km from Vellore, Kailasakona Waterfalls are a pure perennial waterfall within the valley of Nagari hills in Chittoor District. The water originates from the break up in a mass rock.
The peak of the waterfalls is about 30 meters and it cascades down right into a small pond under the rock. The water right here is crystal clear having appreciable mineral values & medicinal powers and may heal illnesses. The vacationers aren’t allowed to go uphill to the highest of the falls.
There’s a small temple of Lord Shiva and Parvati close to the waterfall. In response to the legend, Lord Kailasanatheswara Swamy got here all the way down to earth to attend the wedding of Lord Venkateswara Swami with Goddess Padmavathi at Narayanavanam which is 9 km from Kailasakona falls. Lord Kailasanatheswara was impressed with the picturesque location and the silent setting that he stayed on this place to meditate, therefore the title Kailasakona.
Kailasakona will be reached simply and has good transportation amenities; automobiles can attain the foot of waterfalls. APSRTC buses can be found to Kailasakona waterfalls from Tirupati and Puttur. AP Tourism has constructed visitor homes in Kailasakona waterfalls for customer’s lodging – Haritha Lodge. There may be additionally Punnami Freeway Resort, located on the Puttur bye go highway.
The most effective time to go to Kailasakona waterfalls is between October and February.