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Best time: Nov-Feb (Read More)

Nearest Airport: Visakhapatnam (Check Flights)

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Nizamabad Tourism

Nizamabad, a district in Andhra Pradesh, is aptly know as a rich heritage site. It is a place where time tells stories of the glorious history of the Nizams who once ruled this place and where different communities and cultures co exist in perfect harmony.

Nizamabad is equally blessed by Mother Nature as well with beautiful lakes like Alisagar and Nizamsagar making it a perfect synchronization of history, religion and beauty.

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Founded in 1905 with the recognition of the Nizam’s dominion, Nizamabad was a part of the Princely state of Hyderabad and ruled by the Nizam of Hyderabad during the 18th century. The city also derives its name from the Nizam ul Mulk. Nizamabad became a separate district in 1876 following the reorganisation of Hyderabad state. After India’s independence in 1947, Hyderabad was annexed by the Indian Armed forces during Operation Polo, thus finally bringing an end to the reign of the Nizam.

Nizamabad has a population rich in religious and cultural diversity. Both Hindus and Muslims coexist peacefully in the city and celebrate festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali and Eid with equal enthusiasm. Telugu and Urdu are the main languages in Nizamabad. The city also has many forts and museums depicting its rich historical roots and traditions under the Nizams of Hyderabad.

Nizamabad is famous for its tasty Andhra cuisine. The Hyderabadi biriyani is a popular favourite. Mughlai cuisine is also as popular here, which includes tasty meat stews like Harees and Haleem, which have an Arabic influence on them as well. Nizamabad also has many good vegetarian options including the Awadhi rice preparation called Tahri, and other South Indian favourites like idlis, dosas, and vadas. 

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Day 1  Start your trip by paying a visit to the beautiful Alisagar dam reservoir, and the Pochampad Dam, which has been described by The Hindu as the ‘lifeline for a large part of Telangana.” Alisagar also offers various exciting water sports. Visit the lakes of Nizamsagar and Ashok Sagar, and take a boat ride from the former.  Also, pay a visit to the lusciously green and serene Mallaram forest.

Day 2  Begin your second day by visiting the Neelakateshwara Temple and follow it up with your picks from the many beautiful religious monuments in the city such as the Basar Temple, Sarangpur Temple, and the Kentju Masjid. Next, pay a visit to the 400-year-old Domakonda Fort. The Archaeological and Heritage Museum at Nizamabad is also a good option for history buffs.

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Nizamabad Reviews

3 months ago by Rohit Shroff

- Since Nizamabad experiences tropical climate, it is usually hot for the better part of the year and make sure you are well equipped to beat the heat. Avoid visiting in the monsoon season.- It is better to arrange a private cab and visit the tourist spots, since they are located outside the main town.- Make sure you have enough information beforehand of wherever you go sightseeing or have a guide with you.



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  What's Great?

Rich heritage. Beautiful lakes.

  What's not so Great?

Uneven roads making commute hard.

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Nizamabad is for all those looking for a great getaway from the rumble tumble of the daily grind. There are may beautiful lakes and forts that take you to a different world altogether.

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How to Reach Nizamabad

Nizamabad is well connected via rail and road networks to the rest of the country. The nearest airport is located in Hyderabad from where buses are available regularly to Nizamabad. (Read More)

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