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Khammam

An important seat of administration in 13th century under the great Kakatiyas of Warangal was the Khammam town. The Quila(Fort) is in the center of Khammam town.

The History reveals that during Kakatiyas' regime, Khammam Fort was constructed in the year 950 AD. Velma Reddy and Laksham Reddy constructed Khammam Fort during Kakatiyan regime. The hill Stambhadri on which the fort situated. The ceiling of the temples and mandapas are supported by the tall pillar like stones used as pillars found on this hill. for development of Khammam Fort and other parts of the region Golconda Sultans took over the regime from Kakatiya Administration strived hard. the reciprocation both Hindu and Muslim culture si this Khammam Fort.

This fort has celebrated 1000 years of existence two years back, now its shaping to become a major tourist spots.

Places to Visit in Khammam

The Scenery of Kinnerasani Dam is very beautiful with greenery and natural landscape. Glasses Rest House constructed by Singareni Collieries at Kinnerasani has given a boost to attract the tourists in this regard. The Kinnersani project is located at Yanambile among picturesque surroundings. A Dam was constructed across the Kinnerasani River at Yanambile, which provides water to KTPS at Palvoncha for power generation. It also provides irrigation facilities to the nearby farmers through lift Irrigation. Kinnerasani is inaugurated by Indira Gandhi which is constructed on the Kinnerasani River. Its very famous for its breath taking view from the dam. You can enjoy the Deer park which is near the Dam. . It is a storage reservoir constructed across the Kinnerasani River in the Godavari Basin near Yanamboil (V) of Paloncha (M) completed at a cost of Rs. 558.00 lakhs for power generation.

Bhadrachalam, located 120 km from Khammam is one of the most sacred shrines in India, situated on the banks of picturesque river Godavari. Legend has it that Lord Rama came down from the heavens to bless his devotee sage Bhadra. Lord Rama assured him that he would reside in this place to bless all his devotees. As such this place is known as Bhadrachalam after sage Bhadra.

On Sri Ramanavami Day the annual 'marriage' ritual of Lord Rama with His consort Sita is celebrated with great pomp and fanfare amidst vedic chanting. Devotees believe that a dip in the river during these celebrations will help them attain salvation. The jewels offered by Bhakta Ramdas to Goddess Sita are on display in the temple.

Construction of the Khammam Fort (India) was initiated around 950 when the Telugu area (now Andhra Pradesh) was ruled by the Kakatiya dynasty (10th - 13th century). Later, Musunuri Nayaks and Velama kings were involved in the construction of the fort situated on the hill. Subsequently the Qutb Shahi kingdom (1531) developed further both Khammam Fort and other parts of the region. Khammam Fort represents both Hindu and Muslim architectural influences. The fort has celebrated 1000 years of existence and is set to become a major tourist spot. It is developed as a tourist spot by the government.

Located 35 km from Bhadrachalam & 24 km from Kothagudem, Kinnerasani sanctuary forms a part of the Dandakaranya forests in Khammam. Lying on the banks of river Godavari, it derives its name from the Kinnerasani river. The sanctuary supports a variety of flora and fauna like the Tiger, Gaur, Python, etc. Spread over an area of 634 sq km, the sanctuary encloses the Kinnerasani reservoir and has attractions like a deer park, glass guest house, an ecological park and an environmental education centre.

Located 36 km from Bhadrachalam, Parnasala is a picturesque spot. Legend has it that Lord Rama spent his 14 years of exile at Parnasala and is believed to have killed Mareecha, who came disguised as a golden deer to lure Goddess Sita. A sparkling stream, winding its way though dense forests, presents a beautiful sight and is a delightful picnic spot.

Located 21 km from Khammam, Nelakondapally is a historic site encompassed by a mud fortification wall covering nearly 100 acres. Excavations have unearthed foundations of brick built Viharas, wells, cisterns, a Mahastupa, terracotta figurines, a bronze idol of: Buddha, a miniature Stupa carved in limestone and other early historic materials belonging to 3rd and 4th centuries A.D. According to a myth, the Pandavas spent a year of Agnata Vasa here after their twelve years in exile, working incognito in the palace of Virata Raju the king of Virata Nagaram.

Papi Kondalu is around 60Kms from Bhadrachalam. Papi Hills or Papi Kondalu is part of Eastern Ghats through which Godavari pierces and flows in twists and turns towards east. Entire area of Papikondalu is covered by tropical rain forests and deciduous rain forests.

The boat ride on Godavari via Papi Kondalu is a pleasant and memorable experience. It leads you to countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature. The beauty of the uncrowned spaces all along the river makes people stop and stare. Actual Papi Kondalu is a place where the width of Godavari is Narrowest less than a KM). From distance you would feel that both the hills are merging together however the boat cruises through the narrow width of Godavari and this is the best of the entire trip.

The boat ride on Godavari via Papi Kondalu is a pleasant and memorable experience. It leads you to countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature. The beauty of the uncrowned spaces all along the river makes people stop and stare. Actual Papi Kondalu is a place where the width of Godavari is Narrowest less than a KM). From distance you would feel that both the hills are merging together however the boat cruises through the narrow width of Godavari and this is the best of the entire trip.

The boat ride on Godavari via Papi Kondalu is a pleasant and memorable experience. It leads you to countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature. The beauty of the uncrowned spaces all along the river makes people stop and stare. Actual Papi Kondalu is a place where the width of Godavari is Narrowest less than a KM). From distance you would feel that both the hills are merging together however the boat cruises through the narrow width of Godavari and this is the best of the entire trip.

The boat ride on Godavari via Papi Kondalu is a pleasant and memorable experience. It leads you to countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature. The beauty of the uncrowned spaces all along the river makes people stop and stare. Actual Papi Kondalu is a place where the width of Godavari is Narrowest less than a KM). From distance you would feel that both the hills are merging together however the boat cruises through the narrow width of Godavari and this is the best of the entire trip.

The boat ride on Godavari via Papi Kondalu is a pleasant and memorable experience. It leads you to countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature. The beauty of the uncrowned spaces all along the river makes people stop and stare. Actual Papi Kondalu is a place where the width of Godavari is Narrowest less than a KM). From distance you would feel that both the hills are merging together however the boat cruises through the narrow width of Godavari and this is the best of the entire trip.

The boat ride on Godavari via Papi Kondalu is a pleasant and memorable experience. It leads you to countryside patch-worked with tiny farm plots, the landscapes dotted with tribal habitations, the river banks forested with the timber reserves, the fresh air and the deep river all blend tighter to make it a magic place. They present ideal settings to enjoy the nature. The beauty of the uncrowned spaces all along the river makes people stop and stare. Actual Papi Kondalu is a place where the width of Godavari is Narrowest less than a KM). From distance you would feel that both the hills are merging together however the boat cruises through the narrow width of Godavari and this is the best of the entire trip.

 

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