Adilabad

  • Jain Site : Chanda
  • Temple
    • Jainath Temple
      • Prakrit stone inscription
      • Lord Lakshmi Narayana Swami Temple
    • Kalwa Narsimha Swamy Temple
      • Koneru, Nirmal
      • Lord Narsimha – Deity seated in a yogic posture
    • Kadile Papahareshwar
      • Kadile is a village located is Adilabad district
      • The Shiva Lingam in this temple has a special significance. It is believed that the Shiva Lingam slightly swings. According to the legend, Bhargava Rama killed his mother on his father order. And to wash off his sin, he installs thirty one Shiva Lingas in other places and installs the thirty second Linga here, and when the Lingam moved, Bhargava assumed that all his sins are removed.
    • Nagoba temple
      • Sri Nagoba Temple, Keslapur Village, Indravelly Mandal, Nirmal District
      • Serpent God Nagoba also known as Shesh Nag
      • Nagoba is revered by the Gond and Pandhar tribes
    • Satyanarayana temple
    • Keslapur gond’s bhima temple

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Pusai Ellamma
    • Ganga Jathara
    • Sandal Pur Nagoba
    • Budumdev
    • Burnur
    • Jangubhai
    • Khandev
    • Bhem Jathara
    • Bheemanna

 

  • Jatara
    • Nagoba Jatara : Hindu tribal festival held in Keslapur village, Inderavelly Mandal[1] Adilabad district
      • It is the second biggest tribal carnival and celebrated by Mesaram clan of Gond tribes for 10 days. Nagoba Jatara is a tribal festival held in Keslapur

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Pochera Waterfalls
      • Boath mandal, Adilabad district – 20m

 

    • Gayathri (Gaadida) Waterfalls
      • Gayatri waterfalls, a less known water body is situated on Kadam River.
      • Gadidha Gundam or Mukdi Gundam
      • Tarnam Khurd village, near Neredigonda of the Adilabad district
    • Kanakai
      • village called Girnoor of the Bazarhatnoor Mandal
      • also called as Kanakadurga waterfalls
    • Kunthala waterfalls
      • located on Kadam river in Neradigonda mandal
      • Kuntala, Adilabad district, Telangana
      • here is an image of Lord Shiva near the water falls known as Someshwara Swami
  • FORT
    • Utnoor Fort
      • Utnoor Gond Fort was constructed around 1309 AD and is spread on a 15-acre
      • Majestic tribal fort, built by Raj Gond King Hanamantha Rayudu in Utnoor town in the 18th century
  • RIVERS
    • Godavari River
    • Pranhita River
    • Penganga River



Kumuram Bheem

  • Temple
    •  Wankidi Kaktiya Period Shiva temple
      •  Shiva temple in a walled complex built during the Kakatiyan period (1123–1323 CE) under rulers Rudradeva and Recharla Rudra
    • Shiva Mallana Temple, Easgoaon
    • Gangapur Temple

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Shivamallanna

 

  • CAVES
    • Maanikguda caves
    • Gangapur Caves

 

  • RESERVERS
    • Kadamba Forest Reserve, A Tiger Reserve,
    • Sirpur Forest Reserve

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Savatula Gundam Waterfalls
    • Sapthagundala Waterfallss
    • Pittaguda waterfalls
    • Mitta Waterfalls
  • FORT
    • NO
  • RIVERS

MANCHERIAL

  • Temple
    • Kotidevuni Temple – Dharamaram
    • Satyanarayana temple – Gudemgutta
      • Gudem satayanarayana temple (Second Annavaram),
    • Vishanandaswamy Temple

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Linga swmay
    • Gandhari Kathera sala
    • Velala

 

  • SANCTUARY
    • Crocodile sactuary and in Jannram
    • Tiger sanctuary

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Ksheera Waterfalls
  • FORT
    • Mandamarri Gandhari Killa
    • Gandhari Fort

 

  • RIVERS
    • GODAVARI

 

  • RIVERS
    • Gandhari Garden

 

  • CAVES
    • Arjuna Loddli caves
    • Shakar Loddi caves

NIRMAL

  • Buddha Site
    • Badanakurthy

 

  • Temple
    • Gnana Sarasathy Temple – Basara
    • Sri Venkateswara temple – Sone
    • Papeswara
    • Adelli
    • Maha Pochamma Temples

 

  • FORT
    • Baties Garh fort,
    • Shyam Garh fort

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Adelli Pochamma
    • Kothi Devuni

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Kuntala Waterfall  located on Kadam river in Neradigonda mandal of Adilabad district
    • It is the highest waterfall in the state with a height of 50 meters
    • These waterfalls are in the dense forests inhabited by the Gonds
  • FORT
    • Baties Garh fort
    • Shyam Garh fort
  • RIVERS
    • GODAVARI

 

  • OTHER PLACES
    • Kadem Project, Kawal Tiger Reserve Kadem, Sadarmat are all major tourist destinations in Nirmal
    • Sri Ram Sagar Project is located at the border of the Nirmal and Nizamabad districts

Nizamabad

  • It was known as ” Indur “

 

  • JAIN SITE : Bhodan

 

  • TEMPLES
    • Sangameswara temple – Kandakurthy
    • Kedareshwara Temple – Nadipeta
    • Rama Lingeshwara temple – Pochampadu
    • Sarangapur Hanuman, Dhicpally Khila Ramalyam

 

  • OTHER PLACES:
    • Siddula Gutta
    • Khila Jail
    • Sirnapally Gondi
    • Kandakurthi Triveni sangamam
    • Ramadugu Reservoir
    • Guptha Lift Irrigation Scheme
    • Ali sagar
    • Ashok Sagar
    • Janakampet
    • Astamukhi LKoneru
    • Bhodan Bhimuni Gattalu

 

  • FORT
    • Nizamabad Fort

 

  • DARGA
    • Badepahad Darga, Deval Msajid

 

  • FESTIVALS:
    • Kurnapally, Siddula Gutta, Jenda Balaji, Limbadri Gattu

 

  • OTHER PLACES
    • Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary is a forest and wildlife sanctuary
    • Alisagar is 10 km (6.2 mi) from Nizamabad city and 2 km (1.2 mi) off the Nizamabad–Basar road.
      • park, tourist attraction and an irrigation project

Jagtial district

  • Buddha Site
    • Pashigam, Kotilingala, Munulagutta
    • Shiva and Budda sites (Kotilingala)

 

  • TEMPLES
    • Sri Venkteswara swamy temple – Maldakal
      Koti lingeswara swamy temple – Velgatur
    • Dharmapuri Laxmi Narasimha samy temple
    • Kodagattu Anjaneya swamy temple

 

  • FORT
    • Elagandula Fort

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Bheemana
    • Peddapur
    • Kondagattu

 

  • CAVES
    • Kondal
    • Bojjapothana Caves

Peddapalli district

 

  • Budda site: Dhulikatta
  • Jain Site: Mallaram
  • Holy Places on RIver Bank of Godavari : Gowthameshwara swamy temple – Kaleshwaram

 

  • OTHER PLACES:
    • Ellampalli, madugu reservior, Ramagiri Khilla

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Sabhitham waterffalls
    • Ramuni Gundalu

 

  • FORT
    • Raaghavapur Ramagiri Fort

 

  • CAVES
    • Pandavalonka Caves, Ramagiri Caves

 

  • This district covers Ramagundam city which is situated in the Godavari valley coalfields and has one of the India’s largest thermal power stations in south region under NTPC

Kamareddy district

  • TEMPLES
    • Siddarameshwara temple kikkanur
    • Sree Kalabhairava Swamy Temple,Isannapally(V) Ramareddy(M)
    • Lakshmi Nara simha swamy
    • Bugga Ramalingeshwara & Basaveswara temples
    • Mirzapur Hanuman Temple, Mirzapur (V)Madnoor (M)

 

  • PROJECTS
    • Koulas Nala project, Savargaon Village, Jukkal Mandal
    • Pocharam Project, Pocharam (V), Nagireddypet (M)

 

  •  DAM
    • Nizam Sagar Dam, Nizamsagar (V) & (M)
      • It is a reservoir which is constructed across the Manjira River.
      • The Manjira river is a tributary of the Godavari, and flows between the villages Achampet and Banjapalle of the Kamareddy district in Telangana, India

 

  • FORT
    • Domakonda Fort, Domakonda (V) & (M)
      • “Gadi Domakonda” or “Killa Domakonda
      • Domakonda Shivalaya temple
    • Koulas Fort Koulas (V), Jukkal (M)
      • Kowlas was originally called, ‘Kailas’, as five Sivalingas were established by the Kakatiya rulers in five corners
      • Kowlas Fort was constructed at the present site by Rashtrakutas during 9th Century CE

Rajanna Sircilla district

  • Jain Site: Vemulawada

 

  • Festivals
    • Vemulawada

 

  • Temples
    • Vemulawada Raja Rajeswari temple

 

  • FORT
    • Ananthagiri Fort

Karimnagar district

  • Karimnagar was originally called Elagandala
  • JAIN SITE
    • Bommala Gutta
    • Nagunur

 

  • FORT
    • Mallangur fort

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Nallakonda

Jayashankar Bhupalpally district

  • TEMPLES
    • Kaleswara and Mukteswara swamy temple – Kaleshwaram
    • Sri Venkateswara Temple – Kamalapuram
    • Hemchala Narsimha swamy temple – Mallur
  • Kotagullu – Ghanapuram,
  • Pandavula gutta, Regonda
  • Muktheswara swamy Kaleswaram,
  • Kotanchan Laksmi Narsimha swamy

 

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Chintamani, Gaddalasari

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Naagulamma,
    • Kondavatancha,
    • Bhuguloni,
    • Karnepally musallaiah,
    • Ramappa,
    • Medaram,
    • Bhupathi puram

 

  • CAVES
    • Sunnapu caves (Milapuram)
    • Pandava Caves (Kothapally)

Sangareddy district

  • Jain Site: Patancheru

 

  • Kondapur Buddist site, Manjeera Sanctuary, Singor reservior

 

  • WATERFALLS
    • Jadi Makapur

 

  • TEMPLE
    • Jhurasangam kethaki sangameshwara temple
    • Patenchuruvu Jaina temple

 

  • Festivals
    • Kethaki sangameswara, Joginath, Beerappa

 

  • CAVES
    • Caves painting – Eddanor

Medak district

  • Traces of Neolithic and Megalithic culture was found at Edithanur and Wargal village hillocks in the district.
  • Rock paintings were found at Edithanur boulders and Hastallapur rocks
  • Qutub Shahis named it as Gulshanabad which means ‘”city of gardens'” due to its luscious greenery

 

  • Backward Regions Grant Fund Programme (BRGF)

 

  • Jain Site
    • Kulcharam

 

  • TEMPLES
    • Nagasaani pally (vanadurga devi edupaayala jaathara), Medak Church, In Kulcharam mandal Jain Madir, Fort, Narsapur forests, Pocharam Sanctuary

 

  • FORT
    • Medak Fort

 

  • DARGA
    • Tekmal, Pirlagutta

Siddipet district

  • This district contains a part of the Hyderabad Metropolitan Region(Markook Mulugu Wargal)

 

  • Culture and tourism
    Sri Vidya Saraswathi Shani Temples, Wargal[5]
    Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, Nacharam[6]
    Mallanna Swamy Temple, Komuravelli[7]
    Konda pochamma temple, Tigul Narsapur
    Koti Lingeshwara Temple, Siddipet[8]
    Sri Saraswathi Kshetramu Main Temple, Regulapalli
    Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple, Bejjanki
    Komati Cheruvu Tankbund, Siddipet
    Ainapur Lake, Telangana
    Komuravelli Mallanna Sagar Reservoir
    Sri Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir
    Shanigaram Cheruvu, Telangana
    Annapurna Reservoir
    Konda Pochamma Sagar Reservoir, Markook

 

  • Panduranga asylum mulugu, Komati Tank

 

  • FORT
    • Bairanpally Buruju

 

  • TEMPLES
    • Komuravelli Mallanana,
    • Vargal Saraswathi Temple,
    • Nacharam Lakshmi Nara simha swamy,
    • Varadaraju swamy Jag devpur,
    • Konda Pochamma,
    • Koti Lingeswara temple siddipet

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Pullur, Bejjanki, Komuravelli, Konda pochamma, Kudavalli Singaraya

Jangaon district

  • jangaon District was formed on 11 October 2016,
  • Jangaon is made as the district headquarters along with 31 newly formed district in Telangana.
  • Warangal district was divided into five districts:
    • Warangal Rural district (now Hanamkonda district),
    • Warangal Rural district (now Warangal district),
    • Jangaon district,
    • Jayashankar district
    • Mahabubabad district

 

  • The Jangaon district was formed with mostly old Jangaon Revenue division except Maddur, Cherial and Newly formed Komuravelli Mandals which were transferred to newly formed Siddipet district, Ghanpur and Zaffergadh from Warangal Revenue division and Gundala of Nalgonda district were merged with Jangaon district

 

  • Gundala was later transferred to Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district

 

  • One of the most acclaimed Telugu poets of all time Bammera Pothana was born in the village of Bammera in Jangoan in 1450 AD.

 

  • Fort
    • Jaffergadh Fort
    • Khila Shapur Fort
    • Tatikonda fort

 

  • TEMPLES
    • Somesara lakshmi Narasimha swamy – Palakurthy,
    • Veerachala sri sitarama chandra swamy temple Jeedikal

Hanumakonda district

  • The district borders the districts of Jangaon, Karimnagar, Warangal, Bhupalpally and Siddipet
  • the Warangal Urban district was renamed as Hanamkonda district
  • In February 2013, Warangal was accorded World Heritage city status by UNESCO
  • A few tourist attractions include:

    Warangal Fort
    Thousand Pillar Temple
    Padmakshi Temple
    Bhadrakali Temple

 

  • FORT
    • Khila warangal, mud fort, Stone fort, Kush mahal, Hanumakonda Fort

 

  • TEMPLE
    • Thousand Pillas temple, Badrakali temple

 


Warangal district

  • Warangal district, formerly Warangal Rural district, is a district in the Indian state of Telangana.
  • The district shares boundaries with Mahabubabad, Jangaon, Hanamkonda, Mulugu and Bhupalpally districts.

 

  • Paleolithic Rock art paintings are found at Pandavula gutta

 

  • Padmakshi Gutta, a Jain temple dedicated to Padmavati located on a hilltop in the heart of the town of Hanamkonda, was originally constructed during the Kakatiya era
  • The temple has sculptures of Jain tirthankaras and other Jain gods and goddesses.
  • The Kadalalaya basadi or Padmakshi Temple is built on a large rocky outcrop

 

  • Buddha Site : Geesukonda
  • Jain Site: Hanumakonda
  • Kommala jatara,
  • Phakal Lake
  • Atmakur darga (Rural),
  • Kajipet Darga(urban)
  • Phakal Gundam Shivalayam,
  • Innvolu mallana

Mulugu district

  • Currently borders Warangal, Mahabubabad, Jayashankar and Bhadradri districts and with the state of Chhattisgarh

 

  • Ramappa Temple
    Medaram Jathara
    Bogatha Waterfall
    Tadvai Forest Huts
    Laknavaram Lake and Boating
    Mallur Sri Hemachala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple
    Mulugu fossil site near Bhupathipur village

 

  • The 100-bed Mini Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital is the largest hospital in both the city and district of Mulugu
  • Bogatha Watefall – Niagara of telangana Medaram
  • Medaram (Samakka-saralmaa Jatara), Ramppa Temple, Laknavaram Lake, Jampanna Vagu

Bhadradri Kothagudem district

  • district share boundaries with Khammam, Mahabubabad and Mulugu and withe state boundary of Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh
  • SCCL is currently operating 16 opencast and 30 underground mines in 4 districts of Telangana with a manpower around 58,837.
  • Kothagudem Thermal Power Station, which located in Paloncha is one of the coal based power plants of Telangana Power Generation Corporation Limited (TSGENCO), ITC- Paperboards and Specialty Papers Division (ITC-PSPD) which is amongst the leading names in the business worldwide is located at Sarapaka village near Bhadrachalam.
  • Kothagudem district is also rich in forest reserve

 

  • TEMPLES
    • Sri sitarama swamy temple – Bhadrachalam,
      Veera Bhadra swamy temple – Mothe gadda,
      Parna shaala – Bhadrachalam

 

  • Paranashala, Taliperu, Peddavagu, Mukamamidi, Kinnerasani, Palemvagu projects, Papikondalu
  • Yadadri huvana giri Fort

 

  • FESTIVALS
    • Nagavelli, Tegada, Badhrachalam

 


Khammam district

  • The district shares boundaries with Suryapet, Mahabubabad, Bhadradri districts and with Andhra pradesh state.
  • Ratham Hills near Pamulapalli
  • Prehistoric rock paintings were found near Neeladri konda[4] near Lankapalli of Sathupally Taluk.
  • Megalithic Dolmens were found at Janampet[5] of Pinapaka Taluk

 

  • Buddhist centers
    • The southern parts of Khammam district flourished as famous Buddhist centers along with Amaravathi and Vijayapuri along the rivulets Munneru, Wyra and Murredu. Important Buddhist sites in the district are Nelakondapalli, Mudigonda, Aswaraopeta and Karukonda[9] near Kothagudem.
  • Buddhist Site
    • Nelakondapally,
  • Jain Site:
    • Karukonda, Mudigonda

 

  • Budda stupam nelakondappally, Bakta ramadas House, Stambadri Lakshmi narasaimha swamy temple – khammam
  • FESTIVALS
    • Thirthaala

Mahabubabad district

 

  • Jain Site ; Jedcharla, Gollathagudi
  • Holy Places on RIver Bank of Krishna
    • Sri Venkteswara swamy temple – Gudaballur
      Sri Dattapitam – Pasavula
  • The district is also famous for Kuravi Veerabhadra Swamy temple
  • Kuravi – veera bhadraswamy temple, sri venkateswara samy anantharam, sri venkateswamy Narasimhulu peta, Dornakal Church, Bhimunipadam waterfall, Pakala Lake, Gudur
  • Bheemuni paadam Waterfalls
  • FESTIVALS
    • Bhavohi, Mannem Konda Kurumurthy

 

  • It also has Bheemunipadam waterfall and Edubavula waterfall. There are several popular hillocks such as Pandavula Guttalu in Bayyaram Mandal (Pandavula Guhalu, Thirumalagiri is different one, located in Jayshankar Bhupalpally district, east of Warangal).

Suryapet district

  • The Krishna River and Musi River flow through the Suryapet district
  • Lingamanthula Swamy temple – 5 km from Suryapet
  • Sri Parvathi Mahadeva Nameshwara Temple and Chennakeshava Swamy temple, Pillalamarri – 6 km from Suryapet
  • Dandu Maisamma temple – 12 km from Suryapet
  • Sri Undrugonda Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple, Undrugonda – 13 km from Suryapet
  • Musi Reservoir – 27 km from Suryapet
  • Phanigiri Buddhist Site – 42 km from Suryapet
  • Ananthagiri Hill – 54 km from Suryapet
  • Janapadu Dargah-55 km from Suryapet
  • Swayambu Shambhu Lingeshwara Temple, Mellacheruvu – 63 km from Suryapet
  • Mattapalli Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, Mattapalli – 80 km from Suryapet

 


Nalgonda district

  • Nalgonda is derived from two Telugu words Nalla (Black) & Konda (Hills) i.e. Black Hills
  • Nalgonda was earlier referred to as Neelagiri, the name given by some local rulers and the name was changed to Nallagonda only after its conquest by Allauddin Bahaman Shah, the founder of Bahmani Sultanate .

    Goddess Deity relief near Nagarjunakonda

    Lateef Saheb Darga at Nalgonda
    The district had a major role in the Telangana Rebellion.

  • The Krishna River, Musi River, Aleru, Peddavagu, Dindi River, Halia River and Paleru flow through the Nalgonda district

 

Kurmagiri Narasimha Swamy Temple, Palem ( 16 Miles) from Nalgonda
Latif Saheb Hill in Nalgonda
Sri Chaya Someshwara Temple – 5 km (3.1 mi) from Nalgonda
Udaya Samudram -6 km (3.7 mi) from Nalgonda
Cheruvugattu Shivalayam – 14 km (8.6 mi) from Nalgonda[11]
Devarkonda Fort – 60 km (37 mi) from Nalgonda
Nagarjuna sagar Dam – 64 km (40 mi) from Nalgonda

 

  • Buddhist site: Nagarjunakonda, Chada, Wadhamankota, Gopalayapalli, Yeleswaram, Tummalagudem
  • Jain Site : Panagal
  • Laxmi Narsimha swamy temple – Wadapally
  • Pushpa Badra Kubera Temple – Nagarjunakonda
  • Budda site – nagarjunakonda,
  • Nagarjuna sagar,
  • Chandam peta caves,
  • Devarakonda fort,
  • Vaadapally Fort
  • Latief Saheb Darga
  • Chay someswara swamy temple – nalgonda,
  • Mallana swamy temple – eleswaram

FESTIVALS

  • Cherugatuu, Errabelli, Perur,
  • Kondapuram,
  • Tulja Bhavani,
  • Adavidevulapally

 

CAVES

  • Chandam Peta caves

Yadadri Bhuvanagiri

  • Bhuvanagiri Fort in Bhuvanagiri
    Kolanupaka Temple in Alair – 33 km from Bhuvanagiri
    Kunda Sathyanarayana Kala Dhamam-13 km from Bhuvanagiri
    Yadagirigutta temple -16 km from Bhuvanagiri
    Ramaneswaram temple in Nagireddypally-15 km from Bhuvanagiri

 

  • Buddhist site:
    • Kolanupaka
  • Jain Site: Alair, Kolanupaka
  • Handloom Industries Pochampally,
  • Lakshmi Narsimha swamy temple
  • yadadri kolanupaka jaina temple
  • Bhongir Fort,
  • Festival: Yadadri

Medchal-Malkajgiri district

  • The most part of the district consist of Hyderabad City(GHMC)
  • The landmark consists of rocky terrain and monolithic rocks in the outskirts of the city
  • Buddhist site: Nagaram
  • Jain site: Keesara
  • Keesara Historical Places of Jaina and Buddha

Hyderabad district

  • he district share boundaries with Rangareddy and Medhchal districts.

Ranga Reddy district

  • The district was named after the former deputy chief minister of the United Andhra Pradesh, K. V. Ranga Reddy
  • A freshwater reservoir, called Osman Sagar, Himayath Sagar, on the river Musi at Gandipet, is the prime drinking water source for the capital city of Hyderabad/Secunderabad.

Vikarabad district

Top: Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple
Bottom: Ananatagiri Hills

 

 

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