The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .APSRTC operates close to 0 buses from Bangalore to Proddutur. The first APSRTC bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . The lowest fare for these buses starts from Rs.0, and the maximum fare is around Rs.0.
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Proddatur is situated in Kadapa district in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The origin of the name is related to a story from Ramayana. According to the epic, Sri Rama on his way back from Sri Lanka after killing Ravana asked Sita to find a place for them to rest at dusk. It is believed that this place came to be known as Podduturu or Proddatur, as dusk translates to ‘poddu’ in Telugu. Proddatur is well known for its shops dealing with both cotton and gold thus giving the city the name second Bombay. Dussera festival celebrations are as grand as the festivities in Mysore and thus the place is also known as the second Mysore. A Lord Shiva Temple, believed to be consecrated by Sri Rama, is found on the banks of Penna. A Dargah belonging to a Sufi saint known as Chausain Vali Dargah is also located here.