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Perantalapalli

Perantalapalli, also known as the cloud-laced hill range, is located on the way to Papi Kondalu from Kunavaram. The confluence of the Sabari River and the Godavari River can be seen from this place. Perantalapalli is sure to give you the ultimate experience with its picturesque landscapes. Its beauty can be gauged by the fact that it is referred to as cloud-laced hill range. It is located between Kunavaram and Rajahmundry. This tribal village located on hilltop offers view of the confluence of Sabari and Godavari Rivers. View of Papi Hills and Munivaatam Falls are breathtaking. This is a remote tribal village in Velerupadu mandal of Khammam District. This village is located on Kunavaram-Rajahmundry water way. A "Sri Krishna Munivaatam" was constructed at this village by Balananda Swamiji in the year 1927.Now this Munivatam is being maintained by a tribal sect Konda Reddys and daily pooja are being performed by them. Beautiful sceneries of Papi Hills and waterfalls at

Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary

The Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary is located in  Bhadradri Kothagudem ,  district of Telangana, India. This exotic wildlife sanctuary is the natural habitat of some exotic wild life and tourists visiting the sanctuary can easily spot the wide range of animals taking shelter in their natural homes. With such a a sanctuary, the government gives these animals a scope to enjoy their life and regenerate.  The wildlife sanctuary covers an area of 635.4 square kilometers and this plentiful land serves as the native land for several endangered species. This sanctuary got its name after the river Kinnerasani.  This river divides the sanctuary and meets Godavari. The fauna found in this sanctuary are Panthers, Chinkara, Chousinghas, Sambar, Cheetal, Gaurs, Hyena, Jackals, Wild Boars, Tigers, Sloth Bear, and Black Bucks. Tourists can also spot a number of birds like Jungle Fowl, Quails, Partridges, Peafowl, Nuktas, Spoonbills, Teals, and Doves. The wildlife sanctuary is located at a d

Nelakondapalli

Nelakondapalli is a town and a mandal headquarters in Khammam district, Telangana, India, located at a distance of 21 km from Khammam. Nelakondapalli is a historic site, which includes a mud fortification wall that covers 100 acres. Excavations by archaeologists have unearthed the foundations of viharas, cisterns, wells, one Mahastupa, terracotta idols, a bronze idol of Lord Buddha and a miniature stupa carved in limestone, and other historic materials from third and fourth centuries. Archaeological sites of historical importance dating back to the days of Mahabharata such as Virataraju Dibba and Keechaka Gundam are located within one and a half kilometer from Nelakondapalli. The relics, which were found at this place, strengthen the belief that it was a prominent place right from ancient times. Nelakondapalli also has ancient temples like three Shiva temples as well as two Vaishnava temples. The Dusshera festival celebrations in Nelakondapalli attract devotees from other places. Nelak

Bhadrachalam

Bhadrachalam is a key town of Pilgrimage importance located in the  Bhadradri Kothagudem  District of Telangana.  The temple town of Bhadrachalam is situated on the banks of Godavari River. It was part of East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh till 1959. The town is synonymous for its famous temple devoted to Lord Rama.

Nizam Palaces Tour

The historical city of Hyderabad is bestowed with some of the most outstanding palaces in the world. A visit to these palaces is a must for any Hyderabad tour. However, to visit each palace, to know the timings and location, to find enough time and day for each visit is a task that often de-motivates many. A single tour package covering all the prominent Nizam palaces is the most suitable way to experience the grandeur and extravagance of Royals. Telangana Tourism offers a day tour package covering all the popular Nizam palaces in Hyderabad. The Nizam Palaces Tour Package by Telangana Tourism presents the opportunity to explore all the important monuments of the Nizam era in a planned manner, without any hassle of arrangements. It is a unique tour package promising a delightful day amid the magnificent landmarks of Hyderabad city. Telangana Tourism NIZAM PALACES Tour is usually organised on Saturdays and Sundays of the month. The timings of Nizam palace tour is from 1 PM to 9 PM,  incl

Golkonda Fort

Golkonda Fort is located at Ibrahim Bagh, Hyderabad is  also known as Golconda or Golla konda ("shepherd's hill") was the capital of the medieval sultanate of the Qutb Shahi dynasty (c.1518–1687), is situated 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) west of Hyderabad. The region is known for the mines that have produced some of the world's most famous gems, including the Koh-i-Noor, the Hope Diamond and the Nassak Diamond. Golkonda Fort was first built by the Kakatiya dynasty as part of their western defenses along the lines of the Kondapalli Fort. The city and the fortress were built on a granite hill that is 120 meters (480 ft) high, surrounded by massive battlements. The fort was rebuilt and strengthened by Rani Rudrama Devi and her successor Prataparudra. Later, the fort came under the control of the Musunuri Nayaks, who defeated the Tughlaqi army occupying Warangal. It was ceded by the Musunuri Kapaya Nayak to the Bahmani Sultanate as part of a treaty in 1364. Under the Ba

Charminar

The Charminar is a monument and mosque, located in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Constructed in 1591 CE, by the fifth ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah The landmark has become a global icon of Hyderabad, listed among the most recognized structures of India. The Charminar is situated on the east bank of Musi river. To the west lies the Laad Bazaar, and to the southwest lies the richly ornamented granite Makkah Masjid. It is listed as an archaeological and architectural treasure on the official "List of Monuments" prepared by the Archaeological Survey of India under the The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act. The English name is a translation and combination of the Urdu words Chār and Minar or meenar, translating to "Four Towers"; the eponymous towers are ornate minarets attached and supported by four grand arches. It is widely accepted that charminar was built at the center of the city, to commemorate the eradicati