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Kortikal Falls

Kortikal waterfalls are located in kortikal and Bandam Ragadi villages. This waterfall is about 15kms from Kuntala waterfalls, nearly 15kms distance from nirmal and about 230kms distance from Hyderabad.  This miniature waterfall next to a highway is a pleasant place to break one’s journey en route to the interiors of Adilabad district. The water plunges from a short but wide rock formation into a vast pool below. However, the waterfall forms only during the monsoon season and during the rest of the year, you can only see the pool below or at most, a trickle. The water carries runoff from fields and is usually quite muddy. The height of the waterfall is low (5mtrs) when compare with other waterfalls near by the place but the flow of the water will be high in peak monsoons. There will be a pool at the bottom in which tourists play and also swim but one should be careful while swimming because in the bottom of the pool there will be rocks, while swimming they may hit. It is cautious

Saleshwaram jatara

The annual Saleshwaram Jatara in the Nallamala forest area which comes under Amrabad Tiger Reserve  is celebrated every year on Chiatra Pournami or the Full Moon Day in April and is open to visitors for only 5 days.   Breath-taking views of the layered rock formations, deep valleys with spectacular views only found in the most exotic locations of the world. Saleshwaram is located 16 km away from  Farhabad forest checkpost  and t he temple comes under Appapur Gram Panchayat in Lingal mandal in Nagarkurnool district, Telangana, India. The ancient Sri Ramalingeshwara Swamy temple of 6th century AD, located deep inside Nallamala forest, is about 1,000 feet deep inside a valley. The scene of the temple in moonlight is a treat to the eyes and a blessing to the soul. The temple lies next to a beautiful waterfall, coming down from a height of over 200 metres. The water flows through the temple and the devotees take a holy dip in it before taking a climb into the Garbhagudi. The linga i

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. 

Sri Rama Gundalu

Sri Rama Gundalu on Genco Hills, Ramagundam, Peddapalli District, Telangana State, India is one of the oldest temples. This hill has 108 springs and it is believed that Sri Rama came here during 13 year exile. Ramagundam is a city is in the Peddapalli district of the Indian state of Telangana. It is the biggest and most populous city in the Peddapalli district. It is located on the banks of the Godavari river. The City of Ramagundam gets its name from a combination of two words: (Rama + Gundam). Ramagundam is known as city of Energy. As of 2015 census, the city had a population of 287,644, making it the 5th most populous in the state.

Mallur Fort & Temple

Mallur Fort located in Mallur village, Mangapet Mandal, Mulugu district in Telangana, India is said to be bigger than Warangal and Golconda forts. A sprawling ancient fort in the region is the massive 8 km-radius fort wall with seven entry points dating back to the Satavahana period. Locally known as Mallur Fort, located 4 km inside the forests near Mallur village of Mangapet mandal, Jayashankar district, the fort is on the banks of the river Godavari adjacent to the Eturunagaram-Bhadrachalam highway. “Normally, forts are two to four km in radius. But this fort wall has a radius of about 8 km, much bigger than Warangal and Golconda forts. The famous Mallur Temple of Hemachala Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy is the most  ancient architectural divine ensemble which is located on the Mallur Ghat in the Mangapeta mandal of Jayashankar Bhupalpally district.  Situated in the beautiful mountain ranges on the southern bank of Godavari, this temple is famous for its Swayambhu deity with

Wazeed Bogatha Waterfall

Bogatha Waterfall is located in Koyaveerapuram G, Wazeed Mandal, Mulugu district, Telangana. The waterfall is said to be the second highest in Telangana State. A beautiful waterfall  s ituated in the dense forest region between Kaleswaram and Bhadrachalam, Bogatha falls is formed on Chikupally Vagu that merges with River Godavari. Situated amidst thick vegetation, Bogatha Falls is a favorite picnic spot for the residents of nearby villages. Dropping from a height of over 30 feet in several parallel streams, the water is collected into a large pool at the bottom of the falls. Swimming in the pool is a favorite activity here and swimming here is considered safe. There is a temple dedicated to Bogateswara Swamy near the temple. The upper part of the falls can be reached from the temple. As motorable road is not available, visitors need to trek for some distance. Visiting this waterfall gives an excellent opportunity to those who are interested in trekking and looking for a ch

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

Sabitham Waterfalls

The waterfall in Sabitham village in Peddapalli is drawing hundreds of people everyday Located in a thick forest and surrounded by hillocks, the waterfall in the Sabhitam village in Peddapalli mandal is drawing huge crowds this monsoon season, but crying for attention from the district authorities. This small waterfall in this tiny village located about 45 km from the district headquarters on the Peddapalli-Manthani road attracts lot of visitors from July to November when the rains lash the region. The overflowing water from the Gattusingaram hillocks turns into waterfall at the Gauri Gundala, as the locals call it. The water plummets from a height of nearly 100 feet on the rocks, attracting visitors in the rainy season. Recently, Minister for Finance and Civil Supplies Etala Rajender, Peddapalli legislator D. Manohar Reddy, Collector Neetu Prasad also visited the spot. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister assured the villagers that the waterfalls would be developed into a tourist sp

Sapthagunda Water falls

Sapthagunda or SapthalaGundam Mitte or seven Waterfalls are are located on a local stream in Sirpur (U, Komaram Bheem Asifabad district, Telangana, India. This area is also famous for the dense Mangi forests where deforestation has taken place on a comparatively lesser scale. Proper infrastructure at Sapthagundam can woo nature enthusiasts

Mallela Theertham Waterfalls

Mallelatheertham is the natural water fall in Nallamala Forests.   All around highest mountains and thick forests adds to beauty of the nature.  Mallela Theertham Waterfall located about 9 Kms away from Vatuvarlapalli village,  8 kms off the Hyderabad-Srisailam highway and at a distance of nearly 140 km from Hyderabad in Nallamalla Forest.  Deep within the thick deciduous forest lays the Mallela Theertham. The bumpy road and 250 muddy steps lead you down the valley to reach the waterfalls. This place is perfect for picnicking and bathing. The water from tiny stream gushes down the falls and flows through dense forest and finally mixes with Krishna River The state of Telangana has many wildlife destinations located in pristine forests. One among them is Mallela Theertham, which is located 8 kms off the Hyderabad-Srisailam highway and at a distance of nearly 140 km from Hyderabad in Nallamalla Forest. The region is a pristine tourist spot. The Krishna River flows close by here i

Gayatri Waterfalls

Gayatri waterfalls, a less known water body is situated on Kadam River away from the human eye, waterfalls found its habitat in a remote place inside a deep tropical forest. It is approximately 5 km from Tarnam Khurd village, near Neredigonda Mandal of Adilabad district in Telangana State, India. The Kadam river is a tributary of the grand Godavari River and  one of the many waterfalls in and around Nirmal town, along with Kuntala Waterfall and Pochera Falls. 

Kuntala Waterfalls

Kuntala Waterfall is waterfall located in Kuntala, Adilabad district, Telangana. It is located on Kadem river in Neredigonda mandal, 13 kms from NH 44. Kuntala Waterfall, set amidst the Sahayadri mountain range in Telangana,  appear as a pleasant surprise, accessible through the twirling roads passing from dense forests.    The Natural water falls were formed on Kadem river surrounded by the four reserve forests i.e., Kuntala reserve forest, Nagamalla reserve forest, Sirichelma reserve forest and Rolmamda reserve forest protected by two big hillocks. The water falls through 2 major falls Devkanne and somanna from a height of of 42 meters and 22 meters respectively which are stated to be highest in the state. The depth of these 2 falls are measured to 270 meters and 394 meters respectively. Identified as the highest waterfalls of the state, the cascade attracts visitors from far and wide. At a distance of about 40 kms from Adilabad city. At the bottom of somanna falls, locals worship Lo