Nizamabad, also referred to as Indhrapuri or Indhooru, is a city and a municipal corporation, situated in the Nizamabad district of the south Indian state of Telangana. Nizamabad district's headquarters are also located in the town of Nizamabad. This city gets its name from Asaf Jahi VI, the Nizam of Hyderabad. He was the ruler of Deccan during the whole 18th century. River Manjeera flows through Nizamabad and merges into Godavari River. This city is very well linked with other major cities of the state by road as well as rail transport. The city of Nizamabad has a large number of tourist attractions as well as many pilgrimage places such as Hanuman temple, Janda Balaji temple, Sai Baba temple and Saraswati temple , Csi church and Bada Pahad Darga etc. Amongst all, the Neela Kanteshwara temple is over one thousand years old, which is a historical experience in itself during Nizamabad travel. EaseMyTrip.in presents exclusive Nizamabad holiday packages for you to select the best offer.
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Archaeological and Heritage Museum:
Archaeological and Heritage Museum in Nizamabad is a must visit place during your trip to the town as it is the destination where you can learn about our history including the evolution of human from apes. The museum was built in 2001 and has been divided into three sections – the Archaeological section, the Bronze gallery and the Sculptural gallery.
Located in the village of Domakaonda, this fort is located at a distance of 38 KM from the city of Nizamabad and 98 KM from Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana.
This fort is situated in the district of Nizamabad and has both historical as well as religious significance for the people of the region.
Kentu Masjid is a significant place of worship for the Muslims of Nizamabad and is also an important landmark of the town as it is located right in the heart of the region.
Sri Neelakanteshwara Temple:
This renowned temple is situated in the Nizamabad town of the Nizamabad district. The temple is very famous both amongst the tourists and the local population. The temple was built by Satakarni II, who belonged to the Satavahna dynasty. The architecture and the construction style of the temple is quite similar to that of the north Indian temples.
Other Tourist Attractions:
Sri Raghunatha Temple, Saragapuram Hanuman Temple, Janda Balaji temple, Saraswati temple, Sai Baba temple, Csi church and Bada Pahad Darga are some of the other famous tourist attractions.