Famous places in Adilabad district
Basara is the only Saraswati Shrine in South India. It is not just the state, but also the foreign tourists. During the festive season, the rush of the pilgrims is high. The Guruppournami day is especially crowded with visitors at the temple premises. Stay tuned for hours. The temple’s surroundings are green to the pilgrims. Near the temple, the goddess Parvati will be seen as the goddess of the river.
It can not be boating here. It does not matter how much you circulate on the boat. The child is going to make a return to the same. Even the elderly people can not ‘look at this beautiful place for a few days’. Triple IT special attraction in Basra four years ago. Hospitality Most of the guest houses and hotels have been arranged for the convenience of the tourists in recent times. The Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam and Eco Tourism Department have also provided special facilities for pilgrims.
The Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary
The Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the prominent attractions of the Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary. It is near the centre of the Jannaram Mandal. To get here, the Forest Department has to take permission. We will send forest workers along with us. If you walk in green landscape, that feeling is different. In the middle of the middle laughing, karintimukku .. the nature of the landscape, if the distance in the forest is not tired. Those who think that only teak can be found inside the forest, how many types of trees are there. Wild animals can be seen live here.
Pochira falls is also famous for the Kunthala Falls which is located in the Pochira Waterfalls Bodh constituency. There is a park near the famous Faterea Falls. The water from the top of the hill ranges from the top of the hills, looking for the water falling from the top. It’s not possible to keep looking at that waterfall !?
Kunthala Falls is the highest waterfalls in the Kothala Waterfalls Bodh constituency. The history behind the name of the ponds … locals say that Shakuntala mudras have been spotted in the region and that is why it is named Kunthala Falls. The stairs should go down to reach the waterfall. The water that runs runs is clearly visible.
Famous places in Adilabad district
The scene looks amazing. Water falling from the height of 45 feet will make a noisy noise. You can enjoy it for a while in the songs of the rocks. Tourists visit this place during the monsoon and winter season. But the waterfall should be cautious. Enjoy the beauty beauties from a distance. Do not go too close. The threat to life is to disobey the warnings. There are moments that have come to beautify the beauty of the beauties. There is a seven-foot cave next to the waterfall. Only man can enter through it. There are statues of stone nandhi, Someshwari and Kakatiyas.
The Laxminarayan Temple
The Laxminarayan Temple is a living testimony to the historic monuments and the Lakshmanarayana Temple at the Jainath Mandala center of ancient sculpture. Built in the period of Satavahanas, this temple displays the culture and arts of India. It is 20 km from the district center. The village is known as Jainath because it is the center of the Jains. It is worth mentioning that the temple was built with a 15 ft long and 60 feet wide black stones. There are about 40 feet of Lakshmanarayana statue in the temple. It is also a direct signal of sun rays in March, April, September and October. Locals say that the temple could have been built around 2500 years ago. But as the days pass, the temple is sinking into the ground a little bit.
Keremeri and Nirmal Ghats
Keremeri and Nirmal Ghats are the headquarters of the district. Travelling on these roads is a pleasant excursion. Cine director and producers travel to distant places in Kashmir and London to show scenes in the cinemas. But there are a lot of natural beauty in Adilabad district. In the past some films and many TV serials were shot here. But now there are no files. It is said that tourists from nearby areas have come to the mountain to see the mountain beaches, live streams, and wildlife that are visible. If you see nature from the Keramari hills in the rainy season, the flowing stream of the surrounding and the green forest ranges can be oozing to the Ooty.