The ten northwestern districts of Andhra Pradesh make up Telangana, the 29th state to be created in India. It was formerly a component of the area that made up Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh. Telangana has a completely new identity as a result of the separation. With a rich history and culture, this state is utilizing its tourism potential.
Hyderabad, the state capital, is split between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Here is where the well-known Char Minar is located, a landmark shared by the two states. Telangana offers much more than just that, though. Two historically notable locations in this state are the Chowmahalla Palace and the Golkonda fort.
The Kuntala waterfalls born out of a love story between a prince and a sage’s daughter is one the largest waterfalls in this state which offer a cool respite to the tourists. Apart from this, there are many famous temples here such as Bhadrachalam and Mahabalipuram Temples; of which the Mahabalipuram temple is also called the Shore Temple owing to its proximity to the beach.
Places to visit:
- Chilkur Balaji Temple