Travel to 10 Offbeat Places in Telangana

Telangana is India’s youngest state, came into existence as the 29th state of India on 2 June 2015. The state of Telangana is known as jewel of the Deccan plateau with a rich history,traditions and diverse religions and culture. Telangana Tourism offers rich heritage spots,divine destinations,nature discovery and exotic wildlife.

Kuntala Waterfalls, Adilabad


Kuntala Waterfall is located on Kadem river is the highest waterfall in Telangana state with 147 feet height. The place is popular weekend getaway and famous one day outings place from Hyderabad in Telangana state.

Dichpally Ramalayam, Nizamabad


Dichpally Ramalayam temple of Nizamabad is called as Khajuraho of Telangana. Khilla Ramalayam is one of the oldest temples in Nizamabad, dedicated to Lord Rama.

Dhulikatta Buddhist Stupa, Karimnagar


Dhulikatta Buddhist stupa and vihara is a prominent place of Buddhist in the state of Telangana. The small village of Dhulikatta is located around 28Km from Karimnagar city, established at the end of the 2nd century BC.

Gautameshwara Temple Ruins, Manthani

Manthani village is located on the banks of the river Godavari in Karimnagar district. The village is blessed with several ancient temples built during the Kakatiya period, Gautameswar temple of Lord Shiva is one of the most famous of Manthani temples in Telangana.

Kulpakji Jain Temple, Nalgonda


Kulpakji Jain temple of Kolanupaka in Nalgonda district and one of the most popular Jain temple in India. The temple is an important pilgrimage center for Svetambara Jains and houses statues of Rishabhanatha, Neminatha and Lord Mahavira.

Pakhal Lake, Warangal


Phakal Lake near Warangal is a popular retreat place for the tourist in Telangana, situated amidst undulating forest land hills and shelter for a variety of fauna. The Lake is an artificial lake made by the Kakatiya Dynasty Ruler and known for its scenic beauty.

Pillala Marri, Mahbubnagar

Pillala Marri

Pillala Marri is one of the oldest banyan tree in India and a major tourist attraction in Telangana. Mahbubnagar district of Telangana is surrounded by Nallamala forest and also home to Mallela Theertham waterfall and Pillalamarri Temple.

Ramagiri Fort, Karimnagar


Ramagiri Fort or Khilla is a picturesque hilltop fort, located over a mountain in Karimnagar district. This magnificent fort was built by Kakatiya dynasty and one of the must visit historical place in Telangana.

Bhongir Fort, Nalgonda


The bhongir fort in nalgonda district of Telangana is one of the India’s past heritage structure, known for its magnificent pieces of architecture. Bhongir fort stands top on a monolithic rock at a height of around 500 feet and spread across an impressive area of 50 acres.

Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary, Medak


Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of approximately 130 square kilometers, is home to many species of birds and mammals. The Dam of Pocharam and wildlife sanctuary is situated in Medak district and one of the most popular sanctuary in Telangana.

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