I also vivited few other temples in the Chittoor district called Kanipakam, Sri Kalhasti temple and Shiva Parvati temple near the Kailasakona Waterfalls. The morning bells within the temple created an ambience of high spirituality. I was enjoying the place thoroughly as I could also locate few fruits being sold which were cultivated in that district. Fruits like mangoes and tamarind orchards are found abundantly in the district of Chittoor and it is also a market hub for grains, sugarcane, peanuts and mangoes. Sold at a reasonably cheaper price than the rest of the places, people carried fruits and cereals from here.
The best time to visit Kailasakona Waterfall is in the months of January and February. I was traveling in the winters and I could see the same effect as I would have experienced in the months of January and February. More or less, the place remains occupied all through the year. With a fulfilled heart, I returned back to hotel to pack my bags back to Chennai.