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    • Hyderabad to Hamsaladeevi Beach - A hidden paradise, Andhra Pradesh
      Hyderabad to Hamsaladeevi Beach - A hidden Paradise
       
      After a long wait for the December trip, we kick started our vacation to the most beautiful Hamsaladeevi beach located in the Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh.
       
      Usually many of them skip this place due to lack of accommodation, but you will find a decent stay in Vijayawada which is around 80 kms approximately from Hamsaladeevi. It is definitely worth travelling so far to see the beauty of this Sagara Sangamam, where river Krishna meets the Bay of Bengal.
       
      We started at an early hour from Hyderabad and reached Vijayawada by 10 AM and checked into the OYO hotel. There are no food joints available at Hamsaladeevi beach so we packed the lunch from the hotel and headed out. Vijayawada to Hamsaladeevi drive took us 3 hours with some breaks.
       
      Hamsaladeevi village is 24 kms away from Avanigadda and we reached Hamsaladeevi by 3 PM. After a long drive from Hyderabad, there was an adrenaline rush gushing out to see this most beautiful place and couldn't wait to snap the sandy beach and the 'river-beach' meeting point. This point is 2 km away from the beach (From Hamsaladeevi village, beach is 4 kms) and we drove our car on the beach side shore to the port to see the confluence.

       
      Distance : 376 km
      Ride: Honda City
      Fuel : Petrol
      Mileage : 15 kmpl
      Hotel : OYO rooms (2000/- per night)
       
      Best Route 2016
      Hyderabad --> Suryapet --> Vijayawada -->Pedapulipaka --> Madduru --> Thotlavalluru --> Nimmagadda --> Avanigadda --> Nagayalanka --> Chodavaram --> Hamsaladeevi Beach
       
      Note: Don't take any diversions from the mentioned route else you might end up between bad conditioned roads and longer distances as you pass 
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    • Hyderabad to Srisailam road trip and guide
      Hyderabad to Srisailam Guide
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      220 kilometers
       
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    • Hyderabad to vikarabad, Ananthagiri Hills and Kotepally dam road trip.
      Vikarabad,Ananthagiri Hills
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    • Trip to Uttarakhand - 2021
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    • Gottam gutta - A place worth visiting
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    • Bangalore to Prayagraj: A journey spanning diverse landscapes, cultures, and experiences. From the vibrant streets of Bangalore, known for its tech prowess and lush greenery, to the historic city of Prayagraj, steeped in religious significance and cultural heritage. This route promises a blend of modernity and tradition, offering travelers a glimpse into India's rich tapestry of history and progress.
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    • Inspired by https://www.trifod.com/topic/1682-hyderabad-how-to-remove-bank-hypothecation-without-agent/   ---- I recently got my old bike's registration renewed at RTA Manikonda (near Marichettu Junction). Did this during the week prior to the expiry of the original RC from 2009. Here is an overview of my experience, in case it is helpful to others.   It took ~1 hour at the RTA total.   Book appointment online at https://tgtransport.net/TGCFSTONLINE/Registration/RegistrationOnline.aspx Pay Green Tax if unpaid If unpaid, when you click Get Details, it won’t get the details, instead it will show red error message at the top of the page saying Green Tax not paid I paid ₹2000/- here If after paying green tax, the system begins to say “Not Found” for your vehicle, it is an old AP Number and you need to get it migrated to the new DB Visit RTA and directly enter Server Room (don’t stand in any queue anything) Show them Original RC and request migration Tell them it says "Not Found" when you fill out the Registration Renewal form and click "Get Details" They will ask for your particulars like Name, Phone No (and Aadhar if the employee is feeling like it) And they’ll do the migration, after which the Not Found will not happen any more Pay the service charge (it was ₹1435/- for me) Note down your Application Number. It is needed as the search term in all online forms like rescheduling/cancelling appointment, checking Application status etc. NO NEED TO REPAIR BIKE. IF IT WORKS IT IS GOOD ENOUGH. COSMETICS DONT MATTER ADDRESS PROOF IS NOT REQUIRED IN THIS PROCESS Ensure Bike has Valid Insurance & PUC Show up to the RTA Office at Appointment Date, ~1 hour in advance, with Original RC, ID Proof etc. (they don't actually care about the precise appointment slot timing... just show up the same day, preferably before their lunch break) For ID Proof, carry Aadhar OR PAN OR Passport (for me Passport worked) The police person taking photograph will refuse to accept Driver’s License or any other item Anything in DigiLocker Go to nearby Xerox store, get the following (some of these things you can print and bring from home) Plastic Pouch (put the Original RC in this) Printout of Application (all pages) Printout of Insurance Xerox of PUC Printout of your Aadhar Card Xerox / Printout of your ID Proof (DL / Passport / PAN) Staple all these items together in the order they are listed above Staple in a way that the Original RC cannot slip / fall out of the Plastic Pouch Xerox shop owners usually help with this Take this stapled stack of documents having your RC at the top (also stapled, in the plastic pouch) to the Counter (ask the Security Guard or any helpful bystander which is the counter for RC Renewal) The person at the counter will issue you a green receipt after verifying your documents. They will not keep your stack of documents & RC. You keep that with you. This green receipt is the only thing that you will retain after everything is done: Do not lose it. Take the receipt to the Photos Room, where Police Personnel will verify your details. Then Get your Photo taken Sign on the digital pad Go to the Inspection place now, with your vehicle & documents (ask where it is… in RTA Rangareddy Manikonda it is the parking lot opposite the Pick n Grab Supermarket next to the RTA Office) Park your bike in the inspection area where others are parking theirs (keep adequate distance on each side, because you need to tilt the bike during inspection, for Engine No. verification) Submit your Original RC & stack of documents to the Police Personnel who come for verification Help them in whatever way, like tilting the bike when asked They will look at Chassis No. and Engine No. and make sure they match what is printed in your application They will keep the RC & Stack of Documents   You can now leave, and you can keep checking the status of your application, using its Application Number, at https://tgtransport.net/TGCFSTONLINE/ > Online Transactions > Registration > Application Status   Once the status says "Registration Certificate Has Printed And Dispatched With EMS No: JDXXXXXXXXXIN" you should check for it at https://www.indiapost.gov.in/_layouts/15/dop.portal.tracking/trackconsignment.aspx (Speed Post Tracking).   If it does not appear in Speed Post Tracking in a day or two, visit the RTA and collect personally: Carry the Green Receipt (from step 9 above) with you --- without it they will not give you the RC Visit after Lunch time preferably. Pre-lunch they did not let me in (the police chap said come back at 2:30 PM) I got there at 2:30, but the door opened at 3PM, and the officer at the RC Counter came by 3:20   RC was collected by me personally and now I have 5 more years of validity on the Bike!   Ps: New RCs don't have the Owner Signature on them (not visible to me at least) even though there is an owner signature area on them, and one chap there --- agent --- said that this is normal.
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