Nizamabad also known as Induru is a beautiful town in Andhra Pradesh. Nizamabad is named after the Nizam of Hyerabad, Asaf Jahi VI. He was the ruler of Deccan during the 18th century. Manjeera River flows through Nizamabad and merges into Godavari River. It is well connected with other major cities of the state by road and rail transport.
Nizamabad has numerous places of tourist interest. The various pilgrimage places like Hanuman temple, Sai baba temple, Janda Balaji temple and Saraswati temple , Csi church and Bada Pahad Darga are very popular among tourists and pilgrims. The Neela Kanteshwara temple is more than one thousand years old. The antique architecture and the soothing aura of the temple attract hoards of tourists and devotees.
The beautiful and exquisite water bodies like Alisagar Lake, Sirnapalli waterfalls and dams like Sri Ram Sagar, Nizam Sagar and Pocharam are very famous tourist destinations in Nizamabad. Koulas fort and Domakonda fort are magnificent examples of the defensive architecture of old times. The Domakonda fort is around 400 years old and the Shiva temple just outside its premises are main tourist attractions of the region. It is evident from the Kakatiyan style of architecture of the temple that it was build during Kakatiyan era. Apart from all these magnificient places, Nizamabad also boasts of its forests and wildlife. The Mashroom Rock Mallaram Forest is a very dense forest and the scenic beauty of the forest is very popular among tourists.