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62nd National Conference Of
The Indian Academy Of Pediatrics

Yadagirigutta

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Distance: 75 KM

Time: 3 Hours

Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple or Yadagirigutta is a popular Hindu Temple of Narasimha Swamy, an incarnation Lord Vishnu It is situated on a hillock in the Nalgonda district, Telangana, Yadagirigutta is at a distance of 6 KM from Riagir Railway station and at a distance of 13 KM from Bhongir Town and 60 kilometers from the city of Hyderabad.

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Srisaila Devasthanam

Distance: 241 KM

Time: 5 Hours

Srisaila Mahakshetram is considered as Kailasa on Earth. The history and tradition have it, that the merits earned by visiting Srisailam are equal to worshipping all the divine powers of the universe. Srisaila Mahakshetram is the living embodiment of ancient and spiritual-cultural traditions and values. Visited by many great saints like Adi Shankaracharya, rulers mainly Sri Krishna Devaraya, Chatrapathi Sivaji and several other spiritual personalities; Srisailam is the supreme repository of spiritual truth.

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Thousand Pillar Temple

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Distance: 180 KM

Time: 4 Hours

The most popular place to visit in Warangal is the Thousand Pillars Temple, located at the base of Hanamkonda hill. It was built in 12th century by the Kakatiya King Rudra Deva. Dedicated primarily to Lord Shiva, this temple is also known by the name of Sri Rudreshwara Swamy Temple. At this temple, three deities- Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and Lord Surya are worshipped. They are known as Trikutalayam. There are three shrines, one for each deity.

The most popular place to visit in Warangal is the Thousand Pillars Temple, located at the base of Hanamkonda hill. It was built in 12th century by the Kakatiya King Rudra Deva. Dedicated primarily to Lord Shiva, this temple is also known by the name of Sri Rudreshwara Swamy Temple. At this temple, three deities- Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and Lord Surya are worshipped. They are known as Trikutalayam. There are three shrines, one for each deity.

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RAMAPPA TEMPLE

Distance: 221 KM

Time: 5 Hours

It's probably the only temple in the country to be known by the name of its sculptor. The medieval Deccan Ramappa Temple which dates back to 1213 AD, was built by the patronage of the Kakatiya ruler Kakati Ganapathi Deva under the authority of his Chief Commander Rudra Samani at the place known as Ranakude in the Atukuru province. The Ramappa temple is the right destination for people who admire architectural brilliance and have a panoramic view of true scenic beauty. The temple is situated in Palampet village of the Venkatapur Mandal, in Mulug Taluq of Warangal.

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Sree Seetha Ramachandra Swamy Temple

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Distance: 313 KM

Time: 6 Hours

The Sree Seetha Ramachandra Swamy shrine at Bhadrachalam, the most famous temple in the country dedicated to Lord Rama, is situated on the left bank of the Godavari river. It is a place of pilgrimage for Hindus, considered to be one of the greatest holy shrines in South India with a very rich and unique historical background. The Temple was constructed in the 17th Century by the local Tahsildar, Kancharla Gopanna, popularly known as Bhakta Ramadas, a fervent devotee of Lod Sree Rama.

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Swetamber Jain Mandir

Distance: 90 KM

Time: 2 Hours

Kolanupaka Temple is a Jain shrine at the village of Kolanupaka in Yadadri district, Telangana.The temple houses three idols: one each of Lord Rishabha, Lord Neminath, and Lord Mahaveer. The temple is about 77 km from Hyderabad on the Hyderabad-Warangal Highway.The Kolanupaka Temple is said to be more than two thousand years old. In its present form, is more than eight hundred years old.

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Alampur Jogulamba Devi

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Distance: 221 KM

Time: 4 Hours

Alampur is a sleepy town situated on the banks Tungabhadra River, in the state of Telangana. Alampur is considered as the western gateway of Srisailam. Here the marvelous temple and remains of some ancient temple signify Badami Chalukyan architecture. The region was ruled by many South Indian dynasties. The principal deities at the Jogulamba temple are Jogulamba and Balabrahmeshwara. Goddess Jogulamba is considered the 5th Shakti Peeta among 18 shakti peetams in the country.

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Sammakka Saralamma Jathara

Distance: 266 KM

Time: 6 Hours

Sammakka Saralamma Jathara or Medaram Jathara is a tribal festival of honouring the goddesses celebrated in the state of Telangana, India. The Jathara begins at Medaram in Tadvai Mandal in Mulugu district. It commemorates the fight of a mother and daughter, Sammakka and Saralamma, with the reigning rulers against an unjust law. It is believed that after Kumbha Mela, the Medaram Jathara attracts the largest number of devotees in the country. An estimated 10 million people gathered in 2012. It is celebrated in Medaram during the time the goddesses of the tribals is believed to visit them.

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SRI RAJA RAJESHWARA SWAMY TEMPLE

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Distance: 150 KM

Time: 4 Hours

The town is thronged by devotees from around the globe, thanks to the famous Shiva temple. The beautiful town houses the very famous temple, and the rest of it is crowded with little kiosks, shops, thousands of pilgrims and tourist vehicles! Even in the off season, the town is a scene of hectic activity with on and off tourists and if you visit Vemulawada during the Shiva Ratri or in the Karthika masam, then you have to be prepared to face heavy rush.

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Medak Cathedral Church

Distance: 95 KM

Time: 2 Hours

Medak Cathedral is one of the most visited churches in South India, which was built by Charles Walker Fasnet of British Wesleyan Methodists and consecrated on 25 December 1924. It is the single largest diocese in Asia and the second-largest in the world after the Vatican located in Medak town.

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Sri Gnana Saraswati Temple Basar

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Distance: 210 KM

Time: 4 Hours

The only one and unique of goddess Saraswathi in South India is located in Basad village on the left bank of river Godavari situated in Adilabad District of Telangana State. Many pilgrims come to Basara to perform the "Akshara abhyasam" ceremony for the children before they start formal school education. The children perform the exercise of letters, and devote books, pens, pencils notebooks to the goddess of knowledge. Sri Veda Vyasa after the epikc war of Maha Bharatha travelled to south from North. He reached Dhandakaranya Region and Performed Penance to please Goddess Saraswathi on the banks of holy river Godavari.

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