Tadipatri is a city in Andhra Pradesh. It is very popular for the greenery around it. The name Tadipatri is also means ‘garden of palm trees’ and it is thus named as there lays a forest of palm trees in the surroundings of Tadipatri. According to Hindu mythology the demon lady Tataki, who tried to kill Lord Rama when he was on his way to save the holy pooja organized by Vishwamitra, was killed by lord Rama in this place which is today known as Tadipatri.
Many tourists and devotees also come here to visit some famous temples situated here. In the heart of the town is located Sri Chintala Venkata Ramana Swamy temple. It holds immense sacred importance among the people and is visited by devotees and pilgrims in large numbers. Other notable temple in the town of Tadipatri is Sri Bugga Rama Lingeswara Swamy Temple. There is a Shiva lingam in this temple from which some water oozes continuously. This water is treated as holy water by the devotees. This temple is also different from other temples in the way that it has its main entrances on the south and west unlike other temples. Another intresting thing about this place is a secret tunnel from Chintala Venkata Raman Swamy temple to Gooty fort. A Secret tunnel is also believed to exist between Sri Bugga Rama Lingeswara temple and Tirupati. Both of these tunnels are now sealed by the Archeological Survey of India.