The famous temple of Lord Rama is situated at the banks of Gadavari here. The 17th century temple has the Abhaya Anjaneya temple [ dedicated to Lord Hanuman ] and Parnasala nearby. Parnasala is a village situated in Khammam district where according to legend. Lord Rama spent some time during his 14 years of exile.
Known as the holy seat of Goddess Saraswati it has one of the only two temple of the goddess in the country. Devotees throng here to perform “ Akshara Abhyasam” for their children. About 100 meters north of the temple is cave known as Narahari Maluka. It is believed that Veda Vyas the author of Mahabharata meditated here.
Located at the end of dense forests of Adilabad. Jannaram is a small village surrounded by thick woodlands. It is an emerging eco-tourism hotspot near the Kawal Wildlife Sancturay.
Built on Kadam River a tributary of Gadavari the dam also has a reservoir. It has a lake tourism hotel where visitors can enjoy the tranquility and natural beauty of the surroundings.
Located on the banks of Godavari in Karim nagar is the 10th century Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple town. As per legend King Bali Varma had performed the Sharma Devta Yagna here following which the town was named Dharmapuri.
The confluence of Pranahita and Godavari. It houses the ancient temple of Mukteshwara swamy.
The Vemulawada Rajarajeswara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated 38 kmts from Karim nagar. Interestingly there is a Muslim mosque inside the temple complex where all devotees offer prayers irrespective of caste and creed.
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