Telangana Best Tourist Places and Famous Temples Information 

Full Informations and Best Tourist Places in Telangana States. Telangana State Contains 13 Districs

KarimNagar – Vemulavada Temple
Adilabad – Kuntala WaterFalls, Basara Temple
Nalgonda – Nagarjuna Sagar Dam
Mahaboob Nagar – Pillala Marri, Srisailam
Warangal – 1000 Pillars Temple, Laknavaram Lake,Ramappa Temple
Hyderabad – Charminagar, Golkonda Fort,Makkah Masjid, hussian Sagar, Birla Mandir
Medak – Medak Church
Khammam – Papikondalu

  1. Vemulavada Temple :

Sri Raja Rajeswara Temple : The Vemulawada temple complex is a site of pilgrimage for Hindu worshippers and notable for the Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple. 

It has houses of several temples dedicated to other deities including Rama, Lakshmana, Lakshmi, Ganapathy, Padmanabha Swamy and Bhimeshwara

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2.BadhraChalam Temple : Sri Sita Ramachandra Swamy

The most famous temple in the country dedicated to Bhagawan Rama, is situated on the left bank of the Godavari river

Sri Sita Ramachandra Swamy Temple also known as Bhadrachalam Temple is the venue of grand celebrations on Rama Navami day

3.Kota Gullu, Ghanpur, Mulugu Mandal, Warangal

It is Located in Warangal Distric, Located Near 65 Kms From Warangal Main City Busses are Available From Hanmakonda and Warangal, Kagaj Nagar Bus Stations , Taxi, Autos are Available From Warangal Railway Station. 
The Ghanpur group of temples were probably constructed by Ganapati Deva of Kakatiya dynasty in the early 13th century.

4.Pillalamarri Shivalayam – Mahaboob Nagar , Hyderabad

Pillalamarri Shivalayam located 134 kms from Hyderabad city dates back to 11th century. This ancient temple is situated at bank of Musi River and in the middle of paddy fields. It is said to be constructed during the reign of Kakatiya empire who are noted for patronising temple dance traditions which is clearly visible in the architecture. The distinct pillars adorning the temple interior not only offer the structural strength to the temple, but also depict the Perini dance poses carved into the stone. The finely etched designs are a source of an inspiration to jewellery designers for designing bangles even today. Another interesting aspect about Pillalamarri is, the birthplace of the famous Telugu poet Pillamarri Pina Virabhadrudu, making the place not only historically but also culturally and religiously significant. Pillalamarri is an ideal day trip destination from Hyderabad

5.Chaya Someswara Swamy Temple – Nalgonda Distric

Chaya Someswara Swamy Temple is located in Panagal village, Nalgonda district of Telangana, India. This temple was built during 11th&12th centuries by the Ikshvaku family. The temple got the name as it is believed that there is an everlasting shadow on Lord Shiva’s Lingam in the main temple, all day. The Chaya Someshwara Swamy Aalayam in the Nalgonda district is an epitome of beauty, arts and spectacle. The temple got its name from its mystifying shadow or Chaya. This amazing temple, engineered by the Kunduru Cholas is accepted as Thrikutalayam. It testifies the fantastic creative thinking and flair of its architects.

One of the temple’s Garbhagudis, in the west and facing east, of the Thrikutalayam always witnessesa shadow and this mystery attracts thousands of visitors to this Temple.