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Adilabad

Adilabad is the northernmost district of Andhra Pradesh with four rivers, including the Godavari, flowing through it. It is also known as the "City of Cotton", because of its booming cotton trade. It is 280 km from Hyderabad, the state capital.

It was originally known as Edulapuram and was ruled by the Kakatiya kings of Warangal as well as the Qutub Shahi and Asaf Jahi dynasties. The name of the town has been derived from the medieval Bijapur ruler, Adil Shah.

Other rulers of Adilabad include the Chalukyas, Rashtrkutas, Yadavas, Kakatiyas and the Bahmanis. The Gond rajas of Sirpur and Chandrapur also ruled Adilabad. From the mid-13th to the mid-18th centuries, the Gond kings held power over Adilabad. Some of the rulers also constructed minor forts in the area.

Places to Visit in Adiladab

Basara Temple is a biggest attraction in Adilabad tourism Temple is situated 200 Kms from Hyderabad, AP. Sri Gnana Saraswathi temple at Basara on the banks of river Godavari is the only temple in South India dedicated to the Goddess of learning.

The legend has it that after the Mahabharata war, sage Veda Vyasa embarked on a pilgrimage in search of peace.

He reached the serene Kumaranchala hills on the banks of river Godavari and meditated and propitiated the Goddess who eventually appeared before him and granted her presence in the form of the divine trinity.

The Goddess ordered the sage to place three handful of sand at three places everyday. Miraculously these sand dunes transformed into the idols of the divine trinity i.e., Saraswathi, Lakshmi, & Kali.

These are the presiding deities of Basar today. Despite the presence of the trinity,the temple is dedicated to Goddess Saraswathi.

Children are brought here for the ceremony of Akshara puja to start their education with the blessings of the Goddess of Knowledge.The Vedavathi Sila, the Ashtateertha are other places of interest around Basar. Thousands of devotees bath in the river Godavari & seek the blessings of the Goddess during the Mahashivarathri, Dassera navratris and Vasantha panchami.

Kuntala Waterfalls is the highest waterfall in Andhra Pradesh and is beautiful place to visit. These waterfalls, set amidst the Sahayadri mountain range in Andhra Pradesh, presents a wonderful vista with its gushing waters. 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, the fall is to be found near Neredikonda Village in Adilabad district. Kuntala Waterfalls appear as a pleasant surprise, accessible through the twirling roads passing from dense forests.

As per the legends, Kuntala Waterfalls were named after the mythological figure Shakuntala, who was the beloved of King Dushyanta. It is said that both of them fell in love with each other amidst the spectacular beauty of the region. Perhaps Shakuntala used to bathe in the waters of the cascade. Through the dense forests, River Kadam flows and tumbles gushing at Kuntala from the height of 45 meters, creating the astounding waterfall.

It appears as if God himself likes this place as much as people do. A temple dedicated to Someshwara Swami is located in the vicinity, where people come to pay their homage to the Lord. You can reach this temple by going through a passage made by a slit in the hill. Festival of 'Maha Shivratri' attracts plenty of devotees to this temple. To put succinctly, Kuntala Waterfalls definitely deserves a visit on your trip to Adilabad.

Pochera Waterfalls are located at a distance of 48 kms from Adilabad Pochera waterfall was discovered lately. The district of Adilabad is well known as The District of Forests. The splendid Sahayadri Mountain range standing gigantic attract the monsoon clouds creating vulnerable climate throughout and nurtures the wide and variant flora of the forests.

Sizzling winds, hillocks covered with dense and variant canopy welcome you throughout the district of Adilabad .The Sahayadri Mountain range houses many waterfalls that are mostly monsoon fed and flow from this mountain range towards the plains. But some rivers running through these forests at some places transform themselves into waterfalls falling from a height. The Pochera waterfall was discovered lately. Pochera waterfall is unique and is varied from other waterfalls. Situated interiorly amidst dense forests this waterfall offers an exhilarated experience to the visitor. Only one of its kinds in Andhra Pradesh and rarely found in India, Pochera Waterfall is a treat to enchant.

River Godavari flowing from the neighbouring state flows down the Sahayadri Mountain range .The River that runs in many narrow streams, at this point mingle together and falls from a height of 20mts the sound of the splashing waters against rocks echoes the surroundings. The water that flows in separate and narrow streams unite and with gushing speed fall from a height of 20mts. The water thus collects on a platform of hill resembling a small lake. The water then slides down.

Gudem gutta is one of the temple of adilabad Tourism gudem gutta famous Sri Satyanarayana Swamy Temple . Most of people visit this place during Karthika masam to have a holy dip in Godavari river and perform satyana

Keslapur village about 32kms from district centre of Adilabad and 25kms from Uttnoor Taluk is the famous temple of NAGOBA, the Serpent God popularly known as "Shesha Nag" the divine serpent of Lord Shiva.This deity is offered pujas throughout the year with much reverence and devotion not only from the devotees within the state but also from the neighbouring state of Maharashtra.

During the months of December and January (The month of Pushyam or PushyaMasam according to the telugu calendar), this deity is offered several offerings and rendered special pujas. The entire month is termed auspicious and celebrated throughout.

The Gondu tribes of adjacent Maharashtra are regular visitors of this deity in this part of the year and visit the temple to surrender their offerings. The devotees' comeback to get the blessings of this deity at Keshlapur, the abode of the serpent God Nagoba year after year.

Jainath temple is situated in Jainath, a small village 21 Kms from AdiIad bad. A prakrit. stone inscription with 20 slokas in the temple mentions that it was built by the Pallava chief. The temple has all the features of Jain style of temple architecture

Therefore, the village obtained the name Jainath. The Laxmi Narayana Swami Bhra motsava m celebrated from Karthika Sudda Astami to Bahula Saptami (October-November) attracts a large number of devotees.

Several historic monuments have been built by different dynasties during their regime.

One such place of historicalimportance is the temple of Lord LakshmiNarayana Swami, which is situated in the village of Jainath.This temple, was constructed by the Rajas of the Pallava Dynasty. Henceforth the entire village enjoyed the royal patronage.

Testimonials scripted in rocks are found here wherein the importance of the temple are highlighted in the form of verses.One can find glimpses of the influence in the construction and the architecture of the country.

Pedalwada is an Historical village which 28 kms away from Adilabad. The famous Hanuman Temple is located at Pendalwada the statue of Veer Hanuman of this temple has an historical story according to these story the original place of this statue was Saidpur sanghi is just 8 kms away from Pendalwada.

Approximately 200 Year back a great flood was occurred in saidpur the satue was Replaced due to these flood from Saidpur sanghi to Pendalwada the people of pendalwada found this statue and established It in temple of village from that the Veer Hanuman temple of Pendalwada become an famous devotional place in adilabad district.

In every year at Hanuman Jayanthi the Devotees of Hanuman who will take the Hanuman deeksha come here they take darshan of Hanuman and pooja programmes will follows.

In every year at Hanuman Jayanthi the Devotees of Hanuman who will take the Hanuman deeksha come here they take darshan of Hanuman and pooja programmes will follows.

In every year at Hanuman Jayanthi the Devotees of Hanuman who will take the Hanuman deeksha come here they take darshan of Hanuman and pooja programmes will follows.

In every year at Hanuman Jayanthi the Devotees of Hanuman who will take the Hanuman deeksha come here they take darshan of Hanuman and pooja programmes will follows.

In every year at Hanuman Jayanthi the Devotees of Hanuman who will take the Hanuman deeksha come here they take darshan of Hanuman and pooja programmes will follows.

In every year at Hanuman Jayanthi the Devotees of Hanuman who will take the Hanuman deeksha come here they take darshan of Hanuman and pooja programmes will follows.

 

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