7 WEEKEND DESTINATIONS FROM HYDERABAD

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July 4, 2022

7 WEEKEND DESTINATIONS FROM HYDERABAD

  • Belum caves
  • Hampi
  • Rajahmundry
  • Nagarjuna Sagar Dam
  • Srisailam
  • Warangal
  • Bidar

1.Belum Caves

The Belum Caves is the biggest and longest cavern framework open to general society on the Indian subcontinent, known for its speleothems, like tapered rock and stalagmite arrangements. The Belum Caves have long sections, exhibitions, extensive caves with new water and siphons. This cavern framework was shaped throughout a huge number of years by the steady progression of underground water from the now-vanished stream Chitravathi. The cavern framework arrives at its most profound point ( 46 m ,151 ft) from entrance level) at the point known as Pataalaganga.

 

Distance From Hyderabad: 320 km.

Main Attractions:

  • Buddha statue near the caves
  • Meditation Hall inside Belum Caves
  • Saint Bed inside Belum Caves
  • Banyan Tree formation inside Belum Caves.

 

2.Hampi

 

Hampi is a UNESCO Heritage Site and is run by travelers toward the end of the week as well as all as the year progressed. It is situated in the remaining parts of Vijaynagara and has a few well-known sanctuaries including the Virupaksha sanctuary. This sanctuary is otherwise called Pampapathi sanctuary and it gives proper respect to a type of Lord Shiva which is known as Lord Virupaksha. Pampapathi sanctuary is a seventh-century sanctuary on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. The heavenly design of this sanctuary attracts sightseers to its limit as well as history buffs and beginner picture takers searching for building magnificence. 

Another fascinating compositional joy of Hampi is the sixteenth-century Vithala Temple. The figure of the well-known stone chariot that has gotten practically interchangeable to Hampi is situated on the premises of this sanctuary. The primary sanctuary structure is directly behind this chariot and has a few patios whose dividers are decorated with

excellent and many-sided carvings.

 

Distance From Hyderabad: 370 km.

Main Attractions:

  • The Stone Chariot
  • Sasivekalu Ganesha monument
  • Virupaksha Temple
  • Ruins of Vijaya Vithala Temple

 

3.Rajahmundry

The spot is spotted with sanctuaries and the Godavari River adds to the magnificence of this town. A few ghats and parks have been made along the banks of the stream which in itself is the excellent fascination of the town. Papikondalu mountain range that stands magnificently along the banks of the Godavari River makes Rajahmundry a well-known end of the week spot.

The wandering waterway that runs along the slopes gets smaller at spots and it presents a significant picturesque sight. These slopes are honored with a delight that escalates with the peaceful climate here.

Distance from Hyderabad: 441 km

Main Attractions:

  • Godavari Arch Bridge
  • The Havelock Bridge
  • Dowleswaram Barrage
  • Godavari River
  • Padmavati Ghat

4.Nagarjuna Sagar

Nagarjuna Sagar dam is worked over Krishna River in the Telangana District and is on a site that was at one time the capital of a south administration. The dam stands firm on the footing of being the second-biggest water repository of India.

It isn’t only the dam that holds your consideration here yet additionally the lavish green scene around it. Vacationers run to this dam for sailing, fishing, and photography. The dusk here makes certain to give you some Instagram commendable pictures. You can see the old Buddhist exhuming locales close to the dam albeit the relics and tourist spots have now been moved to the Nagarjuna slope which is an island time during the supply.

Distance from Hyderabad: 153 km

Main Attractions:

  • Nagarjuna Sagar Tailpond
  • Ethipothala Waterfall
  • Buddhist Monastery Simha Vihar

5.Srisailam

This town holds a critical spot in Hindu folklore and is a significant well-known end-of-the-week escape from Hyderabad. It is situated in the midst of Nallamala woods in the Kurnool territory and is frequented by plenty of enthusiasts also who wish to visit one of the 12 Jyotirlinga sanctuaries committed to Lord Shiva. The sanctuary is known as Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple and was worked by King Harihar Raya of Vijaynagar.

Another acclaimed sanctuary here is the Bhramaramba Devi Temple which can be added to your schedule. A ton of vacationers likewise visit the spot to take a dunk in River Krishna which is accepted to have restorative properties. You can likewise attempt the ropeway sitting above the waterway and the glorious timberland land encompassing it.

Distance from Hyderabad: 217 km

Main Attractions:

  • Sri Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy
  • Srisailam Reservior
  • Pathala Ganga Walkway
  • Chenchu Lakshmi Tribal Museum

 

6.Warangal

Indian state of Telangana. It was the capital of the Kakatiya dynasty from the 12th to 14th centuries, and many intricately carved monuments from this period still stand. Among them are the ruins of the 13th-century Warangal Fort and the Thousand Pillar Temple, built-in 1163. Set on a lake, Bhadrakali Temple dates to the 7th century and is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali.

Distance from Hyderabad: 150 km

Main Attractions:

  • Thousand pillar temple
  • Warangal Fort
  • Kakatiya Musical Garden
  • Bhadrakali Temple

 

7.Bidar

Bidar is a hilltop city in the northeastern part of Karnataka state in India. It is the headquarters of the Bidar District which borders Maharashtra and Telangana. It is a rapidly urbanizing city in the wider Bidar Metropolitan area. Bidar is a historical city with many architectural wonders that dates back to the reign of the Chalukyas, Muhammad Bin Tughlaq, and many others. Some of the most intriguing architectural masterpieces are Bidar Fort, Rangin Mahal, Bahamani Tombs, Chaubara, Solah Khamba Mosque, and several others. Bidar was a power center for many of the ancient rulers of different dynasties.

Some of the most incredible attractions in Bidar include temples, forts, mosques, tombstones, and several ancient ruins that have fascinated many visitors over time. The other attraction here is its rich flora and fauna. The rich soil on the banks of the Krishna and the Godavari Rivers that meanders through the city is conducive for the growth and propagation of this endemic flora and fauna.

Distance from Hyderabad: 175km

Main Attractions:

  • Narasimha jhira Cave Temple
  • Bidar Fort
  • Rangin Mahal
  • Bahamani Tombs
  • Solah Khamba Mosque

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