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Best Tourist Attractions of Telangana

On June 2, 2014, Telangana, India’s 29th state, was established. 3,52,86,757 people call the 1,14,840 square kilometre state home. The Telangana region was a part of the Hyderabad state from September 17th, 1948, to November 1st, 1956. The Hyderabad state later merged with the Andhra state to form the Andhra Pradesh state.

The name “Telangana” refers to the word Trilinga Desa because the cities of Kaleshwaram, Srisailam, and Draksharamam are home to three ancient Shiva temples. Telugu Angana was the name given to the region under the Nizams to set it apart from Marathi-speaking areas, according to a more antiquated theory.

Top 10 Tourist Attractions of Telangana


Hyderabad is well known for its diverse cultural heritage and ancient past. Hyderabad is the fourth-largest city in India and has the highest population in Telangana state. The city’s culture is a synthesis of the mannerisms of the settlers, leading to a variety of languages, ways of life, and traditions.

Hyderabad is a well-known city in Telangana. It is located at a height of 541 metres above sea level on the Deccan Plateau. It is one of the largest cities in terms of population density. Additionally, it is mostly about its extensive history, delectable cuisine, multilingual culture, etc.

Major Attractions of Hyderabad

  • Charminar
  • Salarjung Museum
  • Qutb Shahi Tombs
  • Golconda Fort
  • Makkah Masjid
  • Old City
  • Chowmahalla Palace
  • Ramoji Film City
  • Spanish Mosque
  • Chilkoor Balaji Temple
  • Birla Mandir
  • Hussain Sagar Lake
  • Nehru Zoological Park
  • Shamirpet

2. Warangal

Warangal, one of India’s top heritage cities, is well known. Hyderabad, the state’s capital, is 150 kilometres away. In addition, it is Telangana’s second-largest city. The name of the city is a combination of the Telugu words “Oru” (which means one) and “gallu,” which means stone.

Warangal is where most of Telangana’s cotton is grown. the largest cotton market yard in the vicinity. The region has a long history of textile industry operations and pressing and ginning facilities.

Major Attractions of Waranagal

  • Warangal Fort
  • Kakatiya Musical Garden
  • Bhadrakali Temple
  • Ramappa Lake
  • Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kakatiya Rock Garden
  • Thousand Pillar Temple
  • Pakhal Lake

3. Nizamabad

About 175 kilometres northwest of Hyderabad, in the Telangana state, is the well-known princely district of Nizamabad. The Nizam of Hyderabad, Asaf Jahi VI, who ruled the Deccan in the 18th century A.D., is the source of the name Nizamabad (also spelt Nizam-a-abadi). 

According to popular belief, Indradatta, a king who ruled this region in the fifth century A.D., is where the district’s original name, INDUR, originated. Under Sir Salar Jung-I’s direction, the district in the Nizam’s Dominion was reorganised in 1876 AD, and INDUR was designated as a district.

Major Attractions of Nizamabad

  • Nizamabad Fort
  • Nizam Sagar Dam
  • Mallaram Forest
  • Kanteshwar
  • Archaelogical And Heritage Museum
  • Pochampad Dam
  • Alisagar Reservoir
  • Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary

4. Karimnagar

Karimnagar is a city located in Telangana. The region fits the description of a city that is expanding quickly and has many well-known monuments that are in disrepair. 

Karimnagar is one of the top 20 most developed districts in India. The well-known Lord Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple is located in Vemulawada, the Lord Kaleshwara-Mukteshwara Swamy Temple is located in Kaleshwaram, and the Veera Hanuman Temple is also located in this region.

Major Attractions of Karimnagar

  • Ramagiri Fort
  • Ujwala Park
  • Elgandal Fort
  • Manthani Temples
  • Jagtial Fort
  • Rajiv Deer Park
  • Vemulawada
  • Kaleshwaram

5. Khammam

Khammam is a significant city in Telangana State with a vibrant social, political, and cultural scene. This city’s greatest selling point is its excellent literacy rate, which is significantly higher than the state’s average.

A city with a 25.5 sq. km. area and a 107 m. elevation is called Khammam. The city is home to 1.85 million people, more than half of whom are women. The name “Khammam” is derived from the place where the vertical pillar beneath the Narasimhaswami Temple is called Khambam,” and the area was known as Khambam Mettu, later changing to Khammampet and then Khammam.

Major Attractions of Khammam

  • Khammam Fort
  • Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Lakaram Lake
  • Perantalapalli
  • Gundala
  • Kallur
  • Nelakondapalli
  • Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple

6. Mahabubnagar

A district in southern Hyderabad State known as Mahabubnagar (erst while) was under the Nizam’s control. It is surrounded by the districts of Nalgonda, Hyderabad, Kurnool, Raichur, and Gulbarga, and is bordered by the River Krishna in the south. Both “Palamooru” and “Rukmammapeta” were previous names for this place.

About 100 kilometres from the capital Hyderabad is Mahbubnagar, which served as the epicentre of the Sathavahana and Chalukya dynasties’ rule and was also a part of the Princely state of Hyderabad. The town’s numerous palaces and ancient temples are well-known. A well-liked tourist attraction is the “Peerlamarri,” an 800-year-old banyan tree with outgrowths covering three acres of land.

Major Attractions of Mahabubnagar

  • Farahabad
  • Alampur
  • Gadwal
  • Mallelatheertham
  • Pillalamarri

7. Adilabad

The district of the same name in the Indian state of Telangana is administered from the city of Adilabad. Telugu, Urdu, Marathi, Lambadi, and Gondi are the languages spoken in Adilabad most frequently. 

Adilabad is well known for its extensive cotton farming. As a result, Adilabad is also referred to as “White Gold City”.

Major Attractions of Adilabad

  • Kuntala Water falls
  • Kala Ashram
  • Basar Saraswathi Temple
  • Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Mahatma Gandhi Park
  • Sivaram Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Pochera Waterfalls

8. Nalgonda

The southern part of Telangana is where the Nalgonda district is situated. The name was created by combining the Telugu words Nalla (Black) and Konda (Hill). Rajput kings first referred to Nalgonda as Neelagiri; after being conquered by Allauddin Bahaman Shah of the Bahamas, Nalgonda later adopted the name Nallagonda.

Both leather and silk products are well known to have originated in the lovely city of Nalgonda. The city is home to three important markets: SPT Market, New Prakashan Bazaar, and Kooragayala Market.

Major Attractions of Nalgonda

  • Nagarjuna Sagar Dam
  • Ethipothala Waterfalls
  • Kolanupaka
  • Mallechervu
  • Deverakonda Fort
  • Bhongir Fort
  • Rachakonda Fort

9. Medak

Telangana, India’s state, contains the district of Medak. District headquarters are in Medak. The district is bordered by the districts of Sangareddy, Kamareddy, Siddipet, and Medchal.
Neolithic rock art can be found in Medak, which is well known for it. Particularly for those who enjoy seeing wildlife, the Narsapur Forest is a wonderful destination. Beautiful and a wonderful destination, Devnoor Village is situated by the Manjira River. 

Another wonderful location to visit is the Manjira Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to a wide range of migratory birds and crocodiles. The second-largest Diocese in the world is located in the Methodist Christian sect’s monolithic Medak cathedral.

Major Attractions of Medak

  • Medak Fort
  • Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Archaeological Museum
  • Medak Cathedral
  • Edithanur Cave

10. Rangareddy

On August 15, 1978, a portion of Hyderabad Urban Taluk and the entire rural and urban portions of the remaining taluks of the former Hyderabad District were combined to form Ranga Reddy District. This area provides a wide range of raw materials, agricultural goods, and finished goods to the thriving commercial district of Hyderabad City, acting as its rural hinterland.

Major Attractions of Rangareddy

  • Ananthagiri Hills
  • Osman Sagar Lake
  • Keesaragutta Temple
  • Shamirpet Lake View
  • Maheshwaram

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