Adilabad city is located in the state of Telangana (erstwhile in Andhra Pradesh) in the southern part of India. The city gets its name from the early ruler of Bijapur, Ali Adil Shah. It was formed out of a sub-district named Sirpur-Tandur in 1905. This city is bounded by majestic mountains and verdant green forests and also blessed by the meditation and sacrament of saints such as Ved Vyas. Lush green forests, swiftly flowing rivers, gushing waterfalls and exotic wildlife– you can find them all during a Adilabad tour. The city is a thriving cotton business center and is also known as the 'City of Cotton'. You must note that the Godavari River separates Adilabad from all its neighboring districts. The city is home to a temple of Goddess Saraswati on the banks of River Godavari, and the only Saraswati temple in the whole of South India. Book any of Adilabad holiday packages on EaseMyTrip.in and get ready to explore this city.
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St. Joseph's Cathedral:
This cathedral is situated in the municipal town of Adilabad and is a world-famous church. It is known as the best cathedral in the whole of Telangana. St Joseph's church is also a very famous tourist attraction for tourists visiting this town.
Basara Saraswathi Temple
This temple is situated at an idyllic spot, where the Rivers Mangira and Godavari congregate. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is believed to be the sdom and knowledge. The temple is one of the oldest temples in the country that enshrines Goddess Saraswati.
Kadam Dam, famously known as the 'Kadam Project' has been constructed over the Kaddam River, which is a tributary of River Godavari, and is situated within the Adilabad district. The dam is situated very close to the town of Adilabad.
Mahatma Gandhi Park
The Mahatma Gandhi Park is located in Adilabad that attracts huge of the locals as well as tourists all around the year. The park is situated right in the middle of the town and provides a beautiful and scenic atmosphere for walking as well as relaxing.
The Sadarmatt Anicut is known as the oldest anicut in the state of Andhra Pradesh, now in Telangana. It is known that the anicut was constructed in the years 1891-92. was constructed over the Godavari River for the purpose of irrigating crops of the Khanapur and Kaddam mandals that lie in the Adilabad district.