Kandimallayapalli, Andhra Pradesh: Kandimallayapalli is a small village and a pilgrimage centre located about 50kms from Kadapa town. It is the place where Sri Potuluri Veerabrahmam, a great saint who was famous for his sermonizes and mainly for his remarks on the future of the world, stayed. Kandimallayapalli is famous for the Brahmamgari Matham (home of religious order), on whose walls, the preaching and predictions of this great saint are carved. The place does not really resemble a temple but one can feel the sacredness and divinity here. It has beautifully carved statues, which show the great skills of the craftsmen of bygone era.
A small place with its own charm, Kandimallayapalli has other interesting places like Siddaiah Jeeva Samadhi, Eswaramma temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati, Poleramma temple and Veerabrahmam Reservoir also known as Telugu Ganga Project. However, the Brahmamgari Matham is the superior of all.