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Nalgonda Travel Information

Two Hills in the Town: (due to which the name Nalgonda) have got enormous potential to trekking adventures and also spiritually as a Dargah (Lateef saheb dargah) is located over the hill. One more hill Kapurala gutta is also present with in the Town.

Yadagiri gutta : Yadagiri Gutta, which is the most devotional place in Nalgonda is located near Bhuvanagiri Town. It is close to Hyderabad, the capital city and the APSRTC runs many buses to the temple town from Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station. The temple draws huge crowds, especially during vacations and on weekends. This is the Place of worship of Lord Laxmi Narasimha Swami.

Nagarjuna Sagar: This is famous Dam in south india with 26 gates and a Hydroelectric plant. The place also hosts waterfalls called 'Ethipothala' and Gowthama Buddha Museum.

Bhuvanangiri Fort:Bhuvanangiri Fort was built by Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya VI on an isolated rock. The Bala Hisar or citadel on the top of the hill gives a bird's eye view of the neighbouring area. The fort is associated with the herioc queen Rudramadevi and her grandson Prataparudra's rule. Mattapalli: One of the famous devotional places in A.P is also in Nalgonda dist. Sri Jain Mandir, Kolanupaka: The Jain Shrine at Kolanupaka village, near Aler town is more than 2000 years old.This holy temple has three holy idols of Lord Adinath, Lord Neminath and ord Mahaveera and 21 other "Theerthankaras". It is very recently renovated by more than 150 artisans from Gujarat and Rajasthan.

Nandikonda: A small village on the banks of the Krishna River where several Buddhist structures like monasteries and pillared halls were unearthed and preserved in a museum of the Central Archeological Department.

Panagal/Panagallu : A village near Nalgonda. There are several ancient temples built under the reign of the Kakatiya, Reddy and Velama kings. There is an archeological museum which has several interesting artifacts.

Vaadapalli: This is famous for its bridge and also called 'Triveni sangamam' where three rivers Godavari, Krishna and Musi meet.

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