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Nizamabad Fort

Quilla Rd, Mujahed Nagar, Nizamabad, Telangana 503001, India

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About Nizamabad Fort

This is a fort built in the 10th century by Rashtrakuta kings and is situated in the southwest of the city. There is a Jagannath temple on top of the fort and is a tourist attraction and religious place for Hindu devotees.


Attractions near Nizamabad Fort

Ali Sagar Dam7.32km from Nizamabad Fort

Alisagar is a park, tourist attraction and an irrigation project which is located in Nizamabad. The park was opened by the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1928. The forest spread along with the summer house, well laid out gardens, an island and hilltop guest house make it a favored getaway. Adding to the attraction is the deer park and facilities for trekking and water sports.

Dichpally Ramayalam15.87km from Nizamabad Fort

This is a lord Rama temple located at Nizamabad  built in 14th century. Temple was built of black and white basalt stone, with the finest architecture and excellent craftsmanship of goddesses, animals, devils and Khajuraho style erotic structures on it. This ancient temple has awesome sculpture with extremely beautiful carvings on temple walls, ceilings, pillars, and door frames.

Sriram Sagar Project (Pochampad DAM)43.65km from Nizamabad Fort

The Pochampadu Project, also known as the Sri Rama Sagar Project, is an Indian flood-flow project on the Godavari River. The Project is located in Nizamabad district, The Pochampadu Project basically acts as the reservoir for the Sri Rama Sagar Dam. Sriramsagar is an irrigation project across river Godavari in Telangana to serve irrigational needs in Karimnagar, Warangal, Adilabad, Nalgonda, and Khammam districts. It also provides drinking water to Warangal city. There is a hydroelectric plant w

CSI Medak Cathedral70.67km from Nizamabad Fort

This is one of the largest cathedral in India since 1947.  Originally built by Charles Walker Posnett, it was consecrated on 25 December 1924. The Medak diocese is the single largest diocese in Asia and the second in the world after the Vatican.

Medak Fort71.48km from Nizamabad Fort

The fort was built in the 12th century during the reign of the Kakatiyan ruler, Pratapa Rudra. The fort was originally known as Methuku durgam, which denotes cooked rice. The fort was the command post for the rulers of Kakatiyas and also for the Qutub Shahis who ruled the area. It is a huge structure located on the top of a hill. One has to climb more than 500 steps to reach the top of the fort, which occupies 100 acres on the hilly area. Medak Fort is noted for its architectural magnificence.

Kadem Dam89.58km from Nizamabad Fort

It is located across Kadam River, a tributary of Godavari River which enters Telangana from Maharashtra. The dam is located at the confluence of Kadam River into Godavari. The dam’s main purpose is to irrigate close to 25000 hectares in Adilabad district.

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The District derived its name as Nizamabad (Nizam-a-Abadi) from the Nizam of Hyderabad Asaf Jahi, VI who had ruled Deccan during the 18th century A.D.