Adilabad is a small town in the state of Telangana that is famous for the beautiful Kunatala waterfalls located amidst lush forests. Originally known as Edulapuram, this place is for the nature lovers and history buffs. Adilabad is currently Telangana's second-largest district and the town witnesses various customs and traditions that are a fusion of Telugu and Marathi culture.
Once being the power of centre of various great dynasties including Mauryas, Chalukyas, Bahmanis and Mughals, Adilabad today is bejewelled with their remarkable relics left behind. Apart from a plethora of temples and mosques, this city is also enriched with flora and fauna covered by a layer of dense forest. Also known as 'City of Cotton' owing to the booming trade of the plant, Adilabad is said to have derived its name from Adil Shahi, a medieval Bijapur ruler.
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A tourist hotspot in Telangana. Has a dense forest cover, providing clean and fresh air.
Can be a little congested in peak seasons. Too hot in summers.
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