Yaganti Andhra Pradesh, a place in Banaganapalli mandal of Kurnool district, is a home to Sri Umamaheshwara Swami Temple. This is the temple of Lord Siva along with His consort, Goddess Parvati.
There are plenty of places around apart from the temple.
Agastya Pushkarini: It is said to be the place where the Sage Agastya took his bath and worshipped Lord Shiva. Even today, it is a mystery as to how the water comes from the bottom of the hills to this pushkarini throughout the year.
Agastya Guha (cave): This is the place where sage Agastya worshipped Lord Shiva. This cave has very steep steps.
Venkateshwara Guha (Cave): This is the cave where the damaged idol of Lord Venkateshwara, which Sage Agastya wanted to install, is present. The steps are steep but easy to climb as compared with that of Agastya Guha.
Nandi (Basavanna): there is a Stone Nandi called Basavanna at the Yaganti temple. According to Potuluri Veera Brahman, this Nandi would come alive and shout, marking the end of Kaliyuga.
Pothuluri Veera Brahmendra Swami Guha: This is said to be the place where Potuluri Veera Brahman wrote some of his "Kala Gyananam" (Predictions). The height of this cave is so less that one has to bend into half to enter it.