The traditions and customs followed in Kurnool are same as in the other regions of Andhra Pradesh. The traditions and philosophies of the three major religions here, i,e. Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity, are a unique blend that has some elements of medieval Buddhism. Telugu is an ancient language and has a rich history of literature. Some of the most famous works have been written by Nannaya, Tikkana, Yerrapragada, Srinatha, Pothana, Molla, and Tarikonda Venkamamba. Telugu is famously known to be a musical language. \n\nAnnamacharya and Tyagaraja, two famous composers of Carnatic music, composed most of their music using Telugu. Kuchipudi is the traditional dance form of the state of Andhra Pradesh, but the region is also famous for other dance forms such as Veeranatyam, Butta Bommalu, Dappu, Tappeta Gullu, Dhimsa, and Kolattam. Harikatha or Katha Kalakshepa is a form of storytelling that explores a religious theme. Harikatha, which is usually based on the life of a saint or a story from an Indian epic, originated in this region. The Bani festival, which takes place during Dusshera. Devotees from Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh gather at the Devaragattu Temple in Kurnool and hit each other on the heads with sticks. This is done in remembrance of Mala-Malleshwara’s killing of a demon.
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