Komaram Bheem Statue
Burhanpur, Telangana 504309, India
About Komaram Bheem Statue
Komaram Bheem was a tribal leader who faught against Asaf Jhahi Dynasty for the liberation of Hyderabad. His statue is located in the Asifabad district. This statue says about the independence of Hyderabad.
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