On the banks of river Tungabhadra, lies this holy place of Hindus, "Mantralayam". Situated in Kurnool district of state of Andhra Pradesh, near Karnataka border, Mantralayam is the abode of the Hindu saint, "Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy". Plan your trip to this humid place anytime between October and March to experience a pleasant, warm atmosphere.
Mantralayam is well connected by road and rail. Cabs are the best commuting source from Bangalore to reach this place owing to the convenience, comfort and time. Akbar Cab provides taxi services to Mantralayam at a fair and reasonable price promising its customers a comfortable journey as well.
Venkatanatha, born to Sri Thimmanna Bhatta and Smt. Gopikamba in the 16th century was a brilliant scholar and a proficient Veena player who later embraced Sanyasa and became popular as "Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy". He was the successor to Sri Sudheendhra Theerta at the Kumbakonam mutt and advocated the Dwaita philosophy. Mantralyam, formerly known as Manchale, is a small town, received by Sri Raghavendra Swamy from the Nawab of Adoni as a token of respect and devotion. Swamiji, later, moved the mutt from Kumbakonam to Mantralayam to continue his spiritual journey and worshipped the deity of Sri Moola Rama and Sri Panchamukhi MukhyaPrana of which he was an avid devotee. As history speaks, Guru Raghavendra Swamy is the reincarnation of the noble and pious king Prahlada, also an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu. Mantralayam, where Guru Raghavendra Swamy entered the Brindavan at the age of 76, has been a place of many miracles and is one of the most visited pilgrimage of Hindus.
With all these and much more, like, Vedic Pathasala, Samadhi Temple, Massive Shiva Lingam, Manchallamma Temple, Mrityunjayeshwara temple, Rose Garden etc., Mantralayam has lots to offer to satisfy your spiritual cravings.
Kurnool, Hampi, Srisailam, Anantpur are quite close by to Mantralayam and has some interesting places to arouse your architectural spirits. Akbar cab will help you explore all these places making the best use of your time and money.
Mantralyam is at an average distance of 400kms and takes around 6-8 hours to reach depending upon the mode of transport and route you choose. There are four different routes connecting to Mantralayam from Bangalore:
The first three routes via NH44, journey lasting approximately for 6-7 hours and the last route via NH4 and NH150A, journey lasting for around 8 hours.
To experience this devotional realm, it is important to have a peaceful and pleasant journey which is why we are here; Akbar cab lets you choose from a variety of taxis ranging from Tata Indica, Tata Indigo, Toyota Innova, Etios and other high end cabs.
With Akbar cab at your service, you need not worry about any inconveniences which otherwise you may undergo at an unknown place. Professional and skilled chauffeurs are always a boon in any trip along with a well-maintained, quality cab at your disposal providing you flexibility and convenience.
Akbar Cab believes in this and hence provides you with knowledgeable, reliable and expert chauffeurs along with a cab suiting your budget.