Nalgonda is a famous town inAndhra Pradesh.It is well connected by other cities of India by rail. Nalgonda literally means ‘Black hill’. The town of Nalgonda has a rich history. Its history dates back to even before 2nd century BC. There are many places of tourist interest in Nalgonda.
The Nagarjuna Sagar Dam not only fulfills the water needs of the town but is also a great tourist attraction. Tourists never miss to see the beautiful dam whenever they visit Nalgonda. Yadagiri Gutta is a temple dedicated to the worship of Lord Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy. It is a very sacred temple in the region and attracts a large number of devotees. The confluence of three rivers Godavari, Krishna and Musi at Vaadapalli also called Triveni Sangam makes it a huge tourist spot. People from far away places come here to witness the beautiful confluence of rivers. There are two major hills Nalgonda and Kapurala gutta. Many trekking adventures are organized in these hills. The trekking in hill is very popular among tourists. Bhuvanangri Fort associated with the queen Rudramadevi is very magnificent and located on an isolated hill top. One can get a good view of the entire town from this fort.
The famous and sacred Lateef Saheb Dargah located over the hill top attracts a large number of tourists and devotees. The Dargah becomes even more popular during the annual Mela or Urus. The holy Kolanupaka temple of Jains is another place of tourist interest in Nalgonda.