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Mayuri Nursery

Mayuri Nursery, located about 5 kilometers from National Highway 44 at Shankarayapalle, Jadcherla and about 8 kilometers from the Mahbubnagar district headquarters, is fast gearing up to become one of the most sought after tourists spots in the district with world-class amenities like an amphitheatre, swimming pools and a yoga centre. Mayuri Central Nursery, located between Mahbubnagar and Jadcherla highway, is an ideal location for developing the eco-tourism project in the district. As the region lies on the slopes of Bontagattu mountain range, the hilly slopes, valleys and flat mountain tops dotted with trees and a large spread of green forest cover all around provide the perfect venue for the tourists to enjoy the beauty of the region. The entire eco-tourism region includes the entire mountain range and the deep forests spreading over 2,500 hectares from Appanapally to Mammadabad. At present as part of first phase of the project only about 200 hectares are earmarked for the de

Kamdev Temple & Jathara

Kamdev temple is located in Narnoor village and mandal, Adilabad District, Telangana State, India. This temple is dedicated to Kamdev and the tribal Jathara which starts in January every year attracts the Thodasam tribe from all villages across the district. Lord Kamadev is the God of Love and is the husband of Rati, the Goddess of Love. Kamadev is known as the Indian Cupid. He is the Hindu God of love and sexuality. Kama means sensuous love, wish, desire, longing or sexuality and Deva means heavenly or divine. In the Atharva-Veda, Kama is described as desire and not sexual enjoyment.

Palvoncha Peddamma Temple

Peddamma Temple which s dedicated to Ammavari Goddess famous Durga Devi Temple located in K.P. Jagannadhapuram Village, Palvancha Mandal, Bhadradri Kothagudem District Kothagudem and palvancha are the twin industrial towns in Bhadradri district of the Indian state of Telangana. The temple comes alive during the months of October and November. This a temple that gives darshan to public by the road side. Daily hundreds of devotees this temple this temple is on the way to India's most famous temple Sri Seetharamachandra Swamy Devasthanam, Bhadrachalam. This is situated 80 km away to khammam district enroute to bhadrachalam temple town near SH 11 and NH 44 between Palvancha and Bhadrachalam Towns History In olden days when this region used to be a dense forest, a large tiger used to roam in this area and used rest in the shade of a tamarind tree.  People used to watch this tiger traveling this road. The tiger never did harm to any person. So, People starte

Jangubai Temple Pilgrimage

The sparsely populated hilly confines of Kota-Parandoli gram panchayat on the Telangana-Maharashtra border in Kerameri mandal of Kumram Bheem Asifabad district will come alive on December 31 when the sacred month-long Jangubai pilgrimage of Adivasis gets underway. Thousands of aboriginal Gonds, Kolams and Pardhans of Adilabad and neighbouring districts will visit the ancient cave temple of the most revered Goddess Jangubai situated in picturesque locale of a hillock by the side of a hill stream. Despite the onslaught of modern times, nothing much has changed in these parts and one gets a feeling of being transported back in time when approaching the sacred cave.

NH 44 (NH 7)

Length      : 3,745.00 kms Telangana :    512.65 kms Districts    : Jogulamba Gadwal - Wanaparthy - Mahbubnagar - Rangareddy - Hyderabad - Medchal - Medak - Kamareddy - Nizamabad - Nirmal - Adilabad National Highway 44 (NH 44), (previously National Highway 7), is the longest-running major north–south National Highway in India. It starts from Srinagar and terminates in Kanyakumari; the highway passes through the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. NH-44 was laid and is maintained by Central Public Works Department(CPWD). NH-44 starts on Krishna River Tribuary Tungabhadra River which is a border with Andhrapradesh, crosses Krishna River, Godavari river and ends at Godavari Tributary Penganga River which is a border with Maharashtra. Jogulamba Gadwal   Pullur Mahaveer Dham near Tungabhadra River Bridge Alampur Jogulamba Temple Beechupally Anjaneya Sw

St. Mary's Basilica

One of the most famous Catholic Churches of the city, St. Mary's Basilica is located at Sarojini Naidu  Road in the heart of Secunderabad. The decree designating it as a basilica was issued in November, 2008. St. Mary's Church is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the city of Secunderabad, India. The church has four bells, which were brought from Italy in 1901. One of the bells is reported to have developed cracks. It was formerly the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Hyderabad. It is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Adjacent to the church is the convent of St. Ann's which runs the St. Ann's High School, Secunderabad.

Mecca Masjid

The historic Mecca Masjid is located adjacent to Charminar in a south-west direction in Hyderabad, Telangana State, India. The construction of this mosque started in the year 1614 by Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah and was completed in 1693. Built with local granite, it finds place among largest mosques in India and is the most important and largest one in the city. The arched gallery displays the tombs of all the Nizam’s from the year 1803.  Large enough to accommodate 10,000 worshipers, this beautiful mosque's 15 enormous arches and pillars were each wrought from single slabs of black granite dragged to the site by huge cattle trains reputedly consisting of up to 1,400 bulls. Taking its name from the bricks above the central gate that were brought here from Mecca, this impressive complex features highlights such as its main gateway, huge plaza, a large manmade pond, and a room that houses the hair of Prophet Mohammed.  Other notable features include inscriptions from the Q

Kanakai Waterfalls

The Kanakai waterfall is located near a small village called Girnoor of the Bazarhatnoor Mandal, Adilabad District in Telangana State. The falls is also called as Kanakadurga waterfalls. The place has a place in the ancient history as well. People from nearby villages come to this place to offer their prayers to Goddess Kanaka Durga, in the temple. The drive to the temple resembles a way paved to reach paradise. The location brings you in direct contact with luscious grasslands and fields. 

Beechupally Anjaneya Swamy Temple

Beechupally Anjaneya Swamy Temple is located in Beechupally village of Itikyala Mandal, which is one of the famous temples of Lord Hanuman. It is located on the bank of Krishna River at about 30 kilometers downstream after Jurala Project in Jogulamba Gadwal district.  The shrine development is boosted by the fact that national highway (NH 44) passes through the village. A road bridge constructed here in 1950s helped in booming trade between Telangana and Rayalaseema regions and is considered one of the first and vital connections between south India and central/north India. The shrine consists of a Hanuman temple located 200 meters away from the river while there is a Shiva lingam near the river. During peak monsoon, the raging waters touch the Shiva lingam temple.  Here a Lord Rama temple was constructed in 1992. The shrine also has several ghats for the purpose of pushkara snanam, which falls once in every 12 years. The Beechupally shrine is located near two islands on the

Iskcon Medchal

ISKCON Shri Krishna Balram Temple is in Dabilpur Village in Medchal. Weekend Spiritual Retreat A spiritual retreat is generally when individuals come together as a community to engage themselves deeper in prayer and meditation. This is may be taken as an supplementary to the sanskrit word Sat-Sanga. The word Sat-Sanga means frequenting the company of saintly and pious minded people who dedicate their activities in the pleasing the Supreme Personality of Godhead – Sri Krishna. Value Based Programs for Kids The primary objective of Values Plus is to transform children into refined, cultured and civilized gentle persons having a strong value system as the basis of all the activities they perform. Cow Milk for Your Home The cows at ISKCON Medchal are treated with love and stay in a spacious and clean atmosphere. This not only induces them to produce more milk but also better quality. You can place your request for pure cow milk from ISKCON Medchal’s goshala for your ho

Shamirpet Lake and Deer Park

Shamirpet Lake or  Pedda Cheruvu  is an artificial lake built during the Nizam reign in 19th century. Shamirpet Lake is very fine looking lake and its serene & calm environs makes it a great place to enjoy a lovely time. Near in the vicinity of Shamirpet Lake we have Deer Park too & the combination of both makes it a natural habitat for deer. Many Telugu movies were also shot here, as well as in the neighbouring Jawahar Deer park, which has many deer, peacocks and birds. The lake is known to be dangerous, as many drowning incidents have been reported here. One can always find a herd of deer quenching their thirst on the banks of the lake, which is a very fascinating sight. The area around the lake is covered in a large expanse of greenery and one will be able to spot several types of plants and trees here. Special attention has been paid to renovate the area and for this reason, forest cottages have been mounted near the lake for the convenience of tourists. 

Pochera Waterfalls

Pochera Waterfalls located near Pochera Village, Boath Mandal, Adilabad District in Telangana State, India.  It is a natural waterfall with picturesque and beautiful scenery. It is a very big, wide and deep waterfall. This beautiful waterfall is the deepest of all the waterfalls in Telangana. This is also a caution to people who wish to take a dip in it. The location is very secluded and surrounded by picturesque locations and scenic environment. The waterfall has great width and height to make it the deepest in Telangana. The fall is 20 meter high and flows down with a great force, and the falls are categorized as plunge waterfalls.  The holy river Godavari flows through the Sahyadri mountain range and on their way, the river breaks into small streams. Some of these streams escape from their path and meet at a point and become the source for the Pochera falls which falls from a 20 meters high point.  The bed is much deeper and has the capacity to hold a very huge quan