Khammam Telangana

Khammam Telangana

Khammam is one of the amazing towns in the Telangana state of India. The town got its name from a temple ‘Narasimhadri’ established on a hillock in the town. Khammam nestled on the Munneru River, a tributary of the Krishna River. This city is a commercial and trade center. A rail line links it with Warangal and with Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh. Khammam is considered as the fourth largest city in the Telangana state. It is situated 193 km far from the state capital Hyderabad, 61 kilometers from Suryapet. Khammam is a land of rich history, and there are many tourist attractions to explore in Khammam, which attracts the huge number of tourists from across the world.

Perantalapalli:

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Perantalapalli is a fabulous place to explore in Khammam, Telangana. This place is definitely to offer you the immense experience with its splendid landscapes. Perntalapalli is referred to as a cloud-laced hills range. This wonderful destination is nestled amid the Rajamundry and Kunavaram. Perntalapalli is a tribal village situated on the hilltop. The captivating views of Sabari River and the Godavari River can be seen from this place.

Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Sanctuary:

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Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple is one of the wonderful pilgrimage sites to visit in Khammam. This temple is also known as the Telangana Tirupati nestled in the Jamalapuram, which is approximately 79km far from the Khammam town. Sri Venkateshwara is an ancient temple visited by the popular ruler of Vijaynagar Krishna Deva Raya, who reconstructed this temple. This temple is regarded to be more than 1000 years old and nestled in the scenic landscape.

Nelakondapalli:

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Nelakondapalli is one of the popular epics of Hinduism. This place gains religious significance as it associated with Mahabharata. Nelakondapalli is a historic Buddhist destination with Buddha idols and Stupas. This destination is nestled at a distance of 22 km from Khammam. Nelakondapalli is also popular for being the birthplace of Kancharla Gopanna. If you are fond of religious, historical exploration and culture, then this place is the best for you.

Khammam Fort:

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Khammam Fort is an amazing place to visit in Khammam, Telangana. This fort is around 1000-year-old Khammam fort established throughout the Kaktiyas regime. Khammam fort is nestled in the Stambhadri hills. This fort is designed in both Muslim and Hindu reigns. The Khammam fort is a major tourist attraction and attracts the huge number of tourists from across the country.

Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary:

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Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect tourist destination to explore in Khammam. This wildlife sanctuary is spread over the 635 sq kms of land area. Kinnerasani Wildlife sanctuary is lies amid the Dandakaranya forest and enclosed by the river Godavari on one side. The wildlife sanctuary comprises various animals such as Gaurs, Cheetahs, Hyenas, Sambar, and many more. The Kinnerasani wildlife sanctuary derived its name from the river Kinnerasani.

Parnasala:

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Parnasala is also the best place to explore in the Khammam, Telangana state of India. This place is believed to be the holy place by the people where Lord Rama spends a lot of time in his outcast with this wife and brother. This destination is one of the major attractions to visit. Parnasala is a small village nestled at a distance of 32 kilometers from the holy town Bhadrachlam.

The Roman Catholic Diocese:

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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Khammam is a diocese situated in the city of Khammam in the Ecclesiastical territory of Hyderabad in India. On 11 February 1988, the diocese of Khammam was bisected from the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of Warangal diocese by the Papal Bull ad “perpetuam rei memoriam.” It includes the whole revenue district of Khammam. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Khammam is spread over the 16,029 km sq land area.

Konaseema Andhalu:

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Konaseema is a group of islands amid the tributaries of the Godavari River. Because of the similarities with the Kerala Backwaters, the place is nicknamed as the “God’s Own Creation.” This place is mainly known for its coconut trees and paddy fields. The Coconuts grown in Konaseema are extensively exported to several places in India.

Hotel-S-Park:

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Hotel-S-Park is a fabulous 3-star hotel located in the Khammam city of Telangana. This hotel offers the best and luxury room facilities to its guest with all basic needs. Apart from this, Hotel-S-Park offers mouth-watering food. This hotel is 500 meters from the Railway station and 300 meters from the Bus station. Hotel-S-Park is the best place to stay in Khammam city.

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