Karimnagar, also known as Kareem Nagar is an historic city that is studded with cultural heritage and architectural marvels of the ancient times. The city is located in the Indian state of Telangana and is one of the famous cities of this newly established South Indian state. Karimnagar is laced on the banks of River Manair, which is a tributary of the Godavari River. Karimnagar travel is truly incomplete without mention of its rich spiritual and cultural legacy. This city has been ruled by different kingdoms at different period of time and thus the rich cultural influence. This area was first ruled by the Satavahanas, followed by various other dynasties. Besides its historic significance, Karimnagar is a foremost business spot and is growing as a utmost educational hub in the state. EaseMyTrip.in presents exclusive Karimnagar holiday packages for you to choose best offer for your tour.
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This fort is located on the banks of the River Manair. This fort had been the point of power for several dynasties including the Bahmanis, Mughals, Kakatiya dynasty, Qutub Shahis and Asaf Jahis, which is of high historical importance.
Kondagattu Anjaneya Swamy Temple:
This temple is located at a distance of 37 KM from Karimnagar. As per the local people, the temple was built by a shepherd around 300 years ago. However, the present construction of the temple is known to be done by Krishna Rao Deshmukh, 160 years ago. The birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman, 'Hanuman Jayanti' is celebrated with grand affair and gusto in this temple.
Vemulawada is famous for its pond named as Koneru and is well known as the Dharma Gundam. The water of this pond is known to have healing power. The region is majorly visited by the people on the time of Mahashivratri.
Nagunur Fort was the past center of power for the Kakatiya dynasty and is most notable for its Shiva temple. Other significant places to visit in the city include: Kothakonda Village, Ujjwala Park and Lower Manair Dam.
A beautiful village located at the convergence of the Godavari and Pranahitha rivers, Kaleswaram is known for its Mukteswara Swamy temple, distinguished for its two Shiva lingams that are enshrined on one Panivattam.
Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple:
Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple is situated just 34 Kms away from the city of Karimnagar and is known as the "Banaras of South India", Dakshina Kashi. The temple is dedicated to Lord Raja Rajeswara, an embodiment of Lord Shiva. It is believed that Lord Shiva after resting at Srisailam, Kashi and Chidambaram and Kedareswaram, chose Vemulawada to rest.