The state of Telangana , separated from Andhra Pradesh, India, is located in the southern part, which has beautifully preserved its rich history and heritage. It reflects its glorious past through ancient temples, fascinating museums and magnificent mosques.
Telangana is very rich in terms of tourism and today we are going to tell you about its offbeat tourist places, where you can spend your vacation days peacefully.
Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary
There are many things to see in Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary in Warangal district of Telangana. This forest filled with a variety of trees and plants has many animals and an artificial lake named Pakhal, which was constructed in 1213 AD by the Kakatiya king Ganapati Deva for the purpose of irrigation on a tributary to the Krishna river.
Pakhal Lake has become a popular place for tourists to visit and relax.
Kuntala Water Falls
Kuntala Water Falls is situated on the Kadam River, which is the highest waterfall in Telangana falling from a height of 50 meters. Kunta in Gondi and Telugu means pond, while Kuntalu means many ponds. This water fall is made up of many ponds. This water fall and its surroundings are very beautiful, so life is made to visit this place once.
Bhongir Fort is known for its attractive features, such as trap doors, ponds, a secret chamber and stables etc. This fort was built by Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya IV in 1076 AD. The fort stands on top of a unique monolithic rock at a height of about 500 feet and is spread over 50 acres. According to legends, there was once a corridor between Bhongir Fort and Golconda Fort.
Warangal Fort is an attractive and historical place included in the offbeat tourist places of Telangana. The strength of this fort, built in the 13th century, is unmatched, because this fort was attacked many times, but due to its strength, this fort continues to exist even today. The fort is open for tourists every day from 9 am to 8 pm. Those who are interested in history must visit this place.
Dulicatta is a village, which is famous for the Buddhist Mahastupa. It was established at the end of the 2nd century BC. The remains of this ancient stupa are still visible at many places. Such as perforated coins of the Satavahana dynasty, pearls, ivory combs, bangles and silver ornaments, etc. have been found in the excavations around the Mahastupa.