Mahbubnagar is located in the district of Telangana. It is headquartered in Mahbubnagar, which is also the headquarters of Imhabubnagar district. Mahbubnagar ranks second among the largest districts in Telangana. It is at number seven in the most populous districts of Telangana. It was named after Mir Mahboob Ali Khan, the sixth Nizam of Hyderabad. Mahbubnagar is at a distance of 100 km from Hyderabad. The Mahbubnagar district of 18419 square kilometers is located on the Deccan plateau. And is surrounded by Krishnariverin the south. Telugu is the first official language of this city, and Urdu is its second official language.
There are 21 tehsils in this district. Its total area is 4186 square kilometers. According to the 2011 census, the population of this city is 708952 and its population density is 170 persons per square kilometer. The southern Indian state of India is in the state of Telangana. It is 498 meters above sea level. There are total 18657 villages in the district which are divided under 64 tehsils. It has 64 tehsils. The Telangana state of South India, Mahbubnagar, is a historic state. It is also a state included in special tourist places of the state.
This city of the Telangana state of India (South) is known as the site associated with the most special past of the historic state. This state, along with its history-related treasures, is included in special tourist places.
Nestled amidst the greenery of the Nallamala Hills of the Eastern Ghats, Farahabad is an ideal destination for those who like to see natural places in their true form. It literally means Mount Pleasant.Trekkingin the lush green forests, Tiger Wild Jungle Camp offers exciting camping facilities.
Pillalamari is a 800 year old huge banyan tree whose branches are spread over an area of 3 acres. This tree is so big that it gives shade to about 1000 people. During this time, you can also enjoy boating here, in addition you can also visit the zoo, aquarium and museum.
You can take the privilege of visiting famous religious places in Mahbubnagar. This place holds its cultural significance, it is believed that there are four entrances to reach the pilgrimage to Srisailam. Umamaheshwar in the north, Siddhavattam in the south, Tripurantak in the east and Alampur in the west.
Apart from all these, you can enjoy the place of Gadwal. Situated betweenKrishnaand Tungabhadra rivers, the state is counted among the most special religious. Here, shopping of Carnival handloom saris is considered to be one of the most special markets.
Your natural place is the beautiful waterfall of Nagarkurnool in the Nallamala forest of Telangana state. River Krishna flows through this forest. This waterfall is situated at a distance of 58 km from Srisailam and 185 km from Hyderabad.
Why Go To Mahbubnagar
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Tourist Sightseeing in Mahbubnagar
It is one of the famous places to visit in Telangana. There are a large number of temples at this place and its religious importance is very high. The place is just 218 km from Hyderabad and 22 km from Kurnool. Alampur is the western gateway to the pilgrimage town Srisailam. The temples that can be seen at this place are the Jogulamba Temple, the Navabrahm Temple and the Sangameshwar Temple. If you are visiting Telangana in winter, then definitely include this place in your itinerary. All the temples here have 7th and 16th century inscriptions. Alampur is situated on the Tungabhadra River and is ruled by several famous dynasties of the Satavahana, Chalukya, Kakatiya, Bahmani Sultan and Vijayanagara kings.