Interesting Places to see around Telangana
Telangana’s another treasured destination that speaks of serenity and history is Warangal. You get a sense of lushness even amid the city and why? Well, Warangal may have forts and temples but it also has soothing attractions. One of the amazing and calming attractions that you can visit here in Warangal is Pakhal Lake.
Medak Fort maybe this city’s star attraction, decorated with various sculptures and Hindu and Islamic architectural style Another worth visiting place to mark your footprint on is Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary that houses various flora and fauna. If you enjoy bird watching and are patient enough, you may see birds like a bar-headed goose, painted stork, brahminy duck, and also animals here like Nilgai, forest cat, sloth bear including big cats like a leopard can be spotted.
It is famous for a museum and not just any random attraction but a 1796 A.D built Jail Museum. Spread over 3 acres of land, the museum offers you an insight into the history and the prison life. This is an old district jail consisting two wings to visit – male and female.
Famed for their beautiful stone-engraved temples and historical monuments, a visit to Nizamabad can be a religious affair for pilgrims. Take a peek into an ancient temple, Kanteshwar, where you can see the influence of the North Indian style of architecture.
Ramagundam is one of the preferred places to visit for casual getaways especially from Karimnagar and Warangal. Its hush environs may make you want to dwell here for hours. Ramagundam maybe a bit offbeat destination but here, you can visit a few attractions. You can explore local landmarks like the Rama temple located in the old port town.
Karimnagar has a hand full of tourist attractions, which are so beautiful that it would be hard to leave this place. Endowed with a rich history, take a minute to appreciate the ruins infused with nature by visiting some of the alluring monuments like Elgandal Hill-Fort, Jagtial Fort, and Ramagiri Fort. one must visit here is Manthani Temple located in the village named Manthani.
Major highlight of Khammam is its majestic fort located in Stambhadri hill. The fort is about a 1000 year old and it is a major tourist attraction that receives a lot of praises for its architecture that has a blend of Hindu and Islamic style, and also for the view of the city you get from the fort.
Telangana that offers religious and historical places is Mahbubnagar. Here, the local sites may be limited to shopping around Tipu Sultan Chowk and exploring is confined to the Saint’s Tree – Pillalamarri.
Adilabad is the second largest in Telangana. And for those nature lovers, perhaps this place will give a feeling of ‘heaven on earth.’ Come here and witness the waters gushing from the highest waterfall in Telangana- Kuntala Waterfall. This waterfall is 45 meters tall and it is nestled in the ranges of Sahyadri Mountains. Speaking of which, Pochera Waterfall is also a must visit. Despite being mere 20m in height, it levitates one’s heart with its beauty and calm surroundings.
Nalgonda is quite popular for their old temples and forts and also for its scenic atmosphere. During your holiday in Nalgonda, you can traverse the many sightseeing places. And one such not to miss attraction is Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, which is the largest, perhaps in the whole of southern India. Standing 124-meter high, this dam can be seen by taking a ferry ride.
The lustrous greens, calming lakes and divine temples are all that you can find while in Rangareddy and as a tourist, you’re to find bliss everywhere you turn your head. This beautiful destination of Telangana has some marvelous landmarks, for instance, Ananthagiri hill is where the one who loves dwelling amid nature can visit, explore, trek and appreciate its beauty.
Sircilla can give you a different experience in Telangana because it is a destination where 80% of its population is of weavers. While here, you can visit the Textile Park located in Baddenapally (08 km from Sircilla) that exhibits various models of looms. This is done so, in order to preserve and conserve the history and bring awareness of Sircilla textile industry.