Tourist Places in Telangana at Bhadradri Kothagudem

Tourist Places in Bhadradri Kothagudem

Tourist Places in Bhadradri Kothagudem








Bhadradri locale is one of the 31 areas in the province of Telangana. Bhadradri was cut out of Khammam locale and was made as an area on October 11, 2016. There are many Tourist Places in Bhadradri Kothagudem. Bhadradri locale has a territory of 8,062 square kilometres and has a populace of 11,02,094 according to 2011 Census information. Kothagudem is the region home office, which has a populace of 79,819. Bhadrachalam is the second biggest town with a populace of 50,087. There are two income divisions in this area to be specific Kothagudem and Bhadrachalam. There are 23 mandals in this region. Kothagudem, Pinapaka, Ashwaraopeta, Bhadrachalam and Illendu are the Assembly voting demographics under this locale.

Ruler Srirama Temple at Bhadrachalam is an exceptionally well-known sanctuary and this locale is named after it as Bhadradri. Singareni coal mines head office is situated in this region. GENCO control plants, focal government associations and numerous businesses are situated in Kothagudem. Numerous workers are living in this city.

National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) is working a coal-based Sponge Iron Unit, which is situated at Paloncha. Substantial Water Plant at Manuguru and ITC paper producing division in Sarapaka are the essential ventures situated in Bhadradri locale. Singareni coal mines are spread over in Manuguru, Illendu, Tekupalli and Koyagudem mandals. There is an air terminal in Kothagudem and Bhadradri warm power plant at Manuguru. Palwancha and Kothagudem towns are situated close to each other and can wind up plainly twin urban areas later on. There are 4.6 lakh hectares of land under timberland in this region. Bogatha waterfall, Parnasala, Thaliperu, Peddavagu, Mukamamidi, Kinnerasani and Palemvagu ventures are vacation spots in Bhadradri locale.

Tourist Places in Bhadradri Kothagudem

Sita Ramachandraswamy temple

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Abhaya Anjaneya Temple