Adilabad is a humble community in the province of Telangana that is popular for the wonderful Kunatala cascades situated in the midst of lavish backwoods. Initially known as Edulapuram, this spot is for the nature sweethearts and history buffs. Adilabad is right now Telangana’s second-biggest region and the town observes different traditions and customs that are a combination of Telugu and Marathi culture.
Once being the intensity of focus of different incredible administrations including Mauryas, Chalukyas, Bahmanis and Mughals, Adilabad today is bejeweled with their surprising relics abandoned. Aside from a plenty of sanctuaries and mosques, this city is additionally advanced with widely varied vegetation secured by a layer of thick woodland. Otherwise called ‘City of Cotton’ inferable from the blasting exchange of the plant.
Attractions: Kunthala Waterfalls, Pochera Waterfalls, Sivaram Wildlife Sanctuary, Mahatma Gandhi Park, Jainath Temple, Kadile Papahareshwar Temple, Basar Saraswati Temple, Kadam Dam, Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary, Gudem Satyanarayana Swamy Temple, Kalwa Narsimha swamy Temple, St. Joseph Church, Kala Ashram, Kanakai Waterfalls, Gayatri Waterfalls, etc…
Best Time to visit: November and March.
Peak Season: Winter Season.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal to Adilabad is Hyderabad just as Nagpur. Where Nagpur claims a local air terminal which is all around associated with all the significant urban areas of India, Hyderabad is a universal air terminal which gets departure from every single significant city of India just as other significant nations. Taxicabs are promptly accessible outside both the air terminals till the necessary goal.
Closest Airport: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (NAG) – 150 kms from Adilabad
- By Road: Being a famous traveler focus in Telangana, the area of Nagarjuna Sagar has a decent street network and is very much associated with every single other city including Hyderabad by street.