Biggest Banyan Tree in Andhra Pradesh

Thimmamma Marrimanu is the name of a Banyan tree – marri means banyan and manu means tree in Telugu in Anantapur district, located about 25 km from town Kadiri in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Its branches spread over 5 acres, with a canopy of 19,107 square metres and recorded as the biggest tree in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1989.














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Rajachandra Author of the blog is an enterprenuer and a graduate who has keen interest on pilgrimage. When he visited Rameshwaram , he faced difficulties to get transportation and accommodation which proposed him to start this blog. He updates detailed guidance on Darshan timings, transportation, accommodation and the near by scenic places
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