Situated on the banks of the Manair river, a tributary of Godavari, Karimnagar is the fourth largest city in the Indian state of Telangana. It is also nicknamed as the ‘City of Granites. There is a lot to explore here, from its cultural beauty to its historical significance. The city was named after Syed Karimullah Shah who was a Qalandar, who is thought to be its founder.
Jagtial fort dates back to the 17th century. Structurally, it bears a strong similarity to an European castle.
Elgandal is a hill-fort built during the Kakatiya era. It has a strong historical significance. During the rule of the Mughal empire, this fell under their administrative control.
Ramagiri Fort is often referred as Ratnagarbha, an ancient fort which is remarked as the unconquerable fort in Telangana region. The surrounding hills provide the perfect ambience to relax.
Manthani Temples are a group of temples in the village of Manthani (Village of Hymns). It used to be a center of Vedic learning. Imagine the sight of these beautiful temples along the banks of the Godavari. One’s mind is tempted to travel back to those times of yore. They have a charm of their own. Currently, some of the temples have been renovated and a few are in their ruins.