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Kinnerasani Project

Kinnerasani Project, Telangana

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About Kinnerasani Project

The Kinnerasani Dam was constructed in 1966 on the Kinnerasani River, one of the important tributaries of Godavari River. The dam provides water to Kothagudem Thermal Power Station at Palvoncha for power generation. It also provides irrigation facilities to the nearby farmers through lift Irrigation. It is situated in a beautiful location surrounded by greenery and natural landscape. A Glass House constructed by Singareni Collieries at Kinnerasani has improved the spot as a tourism place.


Attractions near Kinnerasani Project

Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary12.25km from Kinnerasani Project

The Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Khammam district of Telangana, India. This exotic wildlife sanctuary is the natural habitat of some exotic wild life and tourists visiting the sanctuary can easily spot the wide range of animals taking shelter in their natural homes. With such a a sanctuary, the government gives these animals a scope to enjoy their life and regenerate.

Kinnerasani River25.83km from Kinnerasani Project

Kinnerasani river is an important tributary of Godhavari river. It connects both Andhra and Telengana states.

Parnasala36.72km from Kinnerasani Project

Parnasala is a village in Dummugudem mandal in Khammam district. The village is accessible by road and boats and is situated 32 km from the temple town of Bhadrachalam. It is a village which is popular with its natural beauty and climate.

Khammam Fort73.56km from Kinnerasani Project

Built during 950 AD by the Kakatiya rulers, the fort is an important tourist attraction in Khammam. Later, Musunuri Nayaks and Velama kings were involved in the expansion of the fort. Subsequently, the Qutb Shahi kings developed the fort further.  The fort is situated on Stambhadri hill. It represents a combination of both Hindu and Muslim architectural influences.

Nelakondapally Buddha Stupa90.01km from Kinnerasani Project

Nelakondapalli is a historic site encompassed by a mud fortification wall covering nearly one-hundred acres. Excavations by archaeologists have unearthed the foundations of viharas, cisterns, wells, one Mahastupa, terracotta idols, a bronze idol of Lord Buddha and a miniature stupa carved in limestone, and other historic materials from third and fourth centuries.

Guntupalli Buddhist Caves93.17km from Kinnerasani Project

The rock-cut part of the site has two Buddhist caves, a chaitya hall and a large group of stupas. The chaitya hall has a rare carved stone entrance replicating wooden architecture, a simpler version of that at the Lomas Rishi Cave. There are remains of structural buildings in brick and stone, including remains of two vihara made of brick, as well as excavated caves at two levels, including an unusual structural chaitya hall.

Where is Kinnerasani Project

Discover more attractions in Khammam, where Kinnerasani Project is located

Khammam5 attractions

The nomenclature of Khammam is said to have derived from a temple ‘Narasimhadri’ built on a hillock in the town. The vertical rock under the temple is known as ‘Kamba’ and the town at the foot of the hill was called Kambamettu which gradually changed to Khammam matt and finally Khammam.