Adilabad is a city in the state of Telangana. Adilabad is also known as the “White Gold City“. Adilabad is famous for its cotton crop. Adilabad is known as the “gateway to South India“.The city of Adilabad is named after the former ruler Yusuf Adil Shah. The former name of Adilabad was Adilabad during the reign of Qutb Shahis. Adilabad is famous for Kunatala Falls. The city is a mixture of Telugu and Marathi culture. The city was originally also known as Edulapuram. Once the center of various dynasties including Maurya, Chalukya, Bahmani, and Mughals, Adilabad is today left behind with their remarkable remains. The city is located on the border of both Central and South India which made the region vulnerable to attacks and aggression from both sides.
Visiting place in Adilabad
St. Joseph Church
St. Joseph’s Cathedral is a world-famous church. The church is known as the best cathedral in the whole of Andhra Pradesh. The church is a popular tourist destination. The place is very quiet. There is a garden here. People of all religions come here. It is very crowded here on Sundays.
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary was famous for its variety of flora and fauna. Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1965. Kawal wildlife sanctuary tiger reserve also has a rich and varied population of Cheetahs. To save the tiger population, the sanctuary was later recognized as a tiger reserve. Before this sanctuary was the hunting ground of the Nizam. Kawal Wildlife Reserve is a catchment area of the Kadam River, a tributary of the Godavari river.
Basar Saraswati Temple
Basar Saraswati Temple is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati. The Basar Saraswati Temple is located at the confluence of Godavari and Mangira. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is believed to be the goddess of knowledge and wisdom. According to Hindu mythology, this is the place where the sage Veda Vyas performed penance. The Rishi made idols of three Goddesses namely Saraswati, Lakshmi, and Kali. This beautiful temple is an architectural Wonder of the Chalukya dynasty.
Mahatma Gandhi Park
Mahatma Gandhi Park is a very famous place for its location. This place is a great place for a day trip for the locals. The park is a daily walking spot for locals. Many exotic plants and trees have been planted in the park. The older generation of the local population is very fond of this garden since it gives them an idyllic place to catch up with family and friends. The park is open to the public until 8:30 p.m.