Macherla is a town in Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is famous for the Chennakesava Swamy sanctuary worked here amid the rule of the Haihaya Kings. Macherla Municipality is the community body of the town and constituted in the year 1983. The district is delegated second grade and has a jurisdictional territory of the region is available region of the company is 32.94 km2. Nelluri Mangamma is the present administrator of the region.
Nagarjunakonda Museum Nagarjunakonda, which means the slope of Nagarjuna, was named after the Buddhist researcher and intellectual Acharya Nagarjuna. It was an awesome religious focus advancing Brahmanism and Buddhist beliefs, shaping the early periods of workmanship and design associated with them. The Ethipothala Falls lies 8 km from Macherla, is a mountain stream falling down the slopes as Chandravanka and Suryavanka streams. The Suryavanka tumbles from a tallness of 21 meters into a tidal pond and joins River Krishna. The ruler Sri Lakshmi Chennakesava swami sanctuary is most popular sanctuary which was modified by Bramhanidu the statue of Lord Chennakesava is from Treta yuga.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Macherla: 522426 Language : Telugu, Urdu Weather: Summer 37°C to 42°C Winter 27°C to 30°C