joy at the prospect of meeting her Lord was so infinite, that it
actually leaped and danced on its way over the boulder, and trees.
the free flow was so great and voluminous, it carried a part of the
hills to a distance of six kms and deposited them at a place now
called Yanmalakuduru, and encircled it by its quick moving waters,
which to a distance view appears floating on the water. So it is
called Teelukonda floating hill. Its full force and speedy movement
commencing from this point takes it to the sagara sangama-merging
with the Bay of Bengal.