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The HOTEL KSR GRAND in Srikalahasti is counted among one of the pioneering hotels in the area of Srikalahasti. The hotel coddles with its guests. There are 25 cozy and adequate guest rooms in the hotel providing the best accommodation services. Rooms in the hotel are well up to date with modern amenities as 24*7 power supply, power back up, 24 hour room service, attached bathroom, etc. Hotel is known for serving the hygienic foods with perfect quality and tasty foods. Well experienced staff of the hotel is like an ice on the cake because their nice behaviour and unequalled services make their inerrasable space in every one's mind for a long time..

Srikalahasti is a holy town and a municipality near Tirupati in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the river Swarnamukhi. It is also informally and wrongly referred to as Kalahasti. Recently,it has been included in the TUDA (Tirupati Urban Development Authority) region. It is one of the important ancient Shiva Kshetras (Shiva Temples) of Southern India. The Srikalahasti Temple occupies the area between the river bank and the foot of the hills and is popularly known as Dakshina Kailasam. The three lofty Gopurams of the temple are remarkable for their architecture. This temple was originally built during Pallava period and current structures are built by Chola Tamil King Kulothunga Cholan I,II and III during 11th century. A huge hundred pillared mantapam is built by Krishnadevarayar during 16th century which is another important feature of this shrine. It is one of the ancient temples included in the Saiva pilgrimages and the site of a famous Shiva temple with magnificent gopurams and is fairly close to the famous hill temple of Lord Venkateshwara at Tirupati, one of the richest and famous temple cities in the world. It is also the origin of the popular textile painting art called kalamkari. The 'Rajagopuram' or main gate of the 500-year-old Srikalahasti Temple in Andhra Pradesh's Chittoor District collapsed on 26 May 2010.