Skip to main content

Enjoy A Ride On The Vizag-Bhimli Beach Road

Bhimli is a small fishing hamlet near Visakhapatnam in the north coastal Andhra Pradesh, nearly 25 Km from the city. The local youth of Vizag take pleasure in having a bike ride on the 26 Km stretch of Vizag-Bhimli beach road. A drive in the cab on the beach road is equally enjoyable with the lush greens of the beautifully landscaped avenues on one side, view points at few places on beachfront and the beautiful sea view on the other side.
Thotlakonda
Kailasagiri, Tenneti Park, Kartikavanam, Thotlakonda and Bavikonda are the must-see attractions on the Vizag-Bhimli beach road.
Just have a look into:
The Buddhist sites of Thotlakonda and Bavikonda
The place got its name from the Hindu mythological character Bheem (one of the Pandava princes in the great epic of Mahabharata). The locals believe that Bheem visited this place and rested here for a while. Hence the place is known as Bheemunipatnam, in short Bhimli. However, the place seems to date back to 3rd century C.E (Current Era). Before the British rule in India, the Dutch were the first Europeans to visit this place who made their establishments here.

There are good number of old Dutch settlements (of course many of these had been / are being demolished and new buildings are coming up in these places). It would have been nice if those Dutch constructions were preserved at least for their historical importance.

An early morning walk in the beautiful Bhimli beach or on the beach road is a real enjoyable one.
The colorful greenery all around, cool breeze, sea view from the Marine Drive
and the sunrise from the Bay of Bengal is equally enjoyed by the morning walkers.
At Bhimli one can see the scenic view of Gosthani River joining the Bay of Bengal .

Bhimli beach is one of the important tourist attractions of Visakhapatnam. The beach is calm and lonely with ruins of 17th century C.E Dutch establishments. Before the Dutch made their settlements at this place, Bhimli was an important Buddhist centre during 2nd century C.E. Many Buddhist remains had been found during excavations in this place.

Bhimli beach is one of the must-see beaches in Andhra Pradesh.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Farewell Speech By School Principal to Outgoing Students

Author Reserves All Rights.
Listen to the speech in my YouTube Channel:
This sample speech would be helpful for the school principal to deliver on the occasion of school farewell day party.

Respected teachers and my dear students,

Good Morning / Good Afternoon to each one present here and a very warm welcome to you to the school farewell party.

It's a nostalgic feeling as I remember my student life in school and my school farewell party. I am sure we all have mixed feelings on this day which is a blend of joy and sadness. On one hand you feel enthusiastic as you will be stepping into a completely new different world where you will find relatively more freedom than in a school life. While on the other hand you will feel sad as you have to depart from your school / classmates.

My dear friends the time has come to bid you all farewell with a heavy heart from this esteemed institution which protected you, cared for you, supported you and guided you all these years.

The institution has…

Lyrics And Meaning Of Ramadasu Keertana - Paluke Bangaramayena Kodandapani

Raagam : Ananda Bhairavi
Taalam : Aadi

Paluke bangaramayena Kodandapani - 2

paluke bangaramaye pilachina palukavemi - 2
kalalo nee nama smarana marava chakkani tandri

Concise meaning - The agony of Bhakta Ramadas is reflected in this keertana. Sri Rama is referred as Kodandapani (the wielder of bow) in this song. Ramadasu questions Rama why He (Rama) is not answering to his (Ramadasu) prayers though he (Ramadas) did not forget to chant His (Rama) name in his (Ramadasu) dreams?

Yenta vedina gani suntaina daya raadu - 2
pantamu seyaga nenentati vaadanu tandri - 2

Concise meaning - Ramadasu says why Rama is not showing mercy on him in spite of his repeated requests. He (Ramadasu) mentions that he is an ordinary man and how can he show his stubbornness with god.

Iruvuga isukalona poralina udata bhakti - 2
karuninchi brochitivani nera nammitini tandri - 2

Concise meaning - Ramadasu says that how can he believe that Rama was merciful to the small creature / squirrel which showed its devotion by…

Lyrics and meaning of Brahmamokkate Parabrahmamokkate

This Keertana is one of the best and most popular compositions of Saint Annamayya in which he describes the universal truth of oneness and omnipresence of God in all the creatures alike. The Keertana is sung in Bouli / Mayamalava Goula Ragam.

Pallavi
Tandanana Ahi Tandanana Pure Tandanana Bhala Tandanana
Brahmamokkate Parabrahma Mokkate Prabrahmamokkate Prabrahmamokkate

Meaning:
The word 'tandanana' is a slang used in the local folklore to give a rhythmic punch to the folk music. While the words 'ahi' 'pure' and 'bhala' are words of appreciation in the local language (different dialects of Telugu). The second line describes the oneness of God.

Charanam
Kanduvagu Heenadhikamu Lindu Levu Andariki Srihare Antaratma
Indulo Jantu Kulaminta Nokkate Andariki Srihare Antaratma

Meaning:
There is no class distinction like high or low and it is Sri Hari (the Supreme God) who dwells in all the beings. There is even no distinction among the creatures as it is He who dw…

Labels

Show more