The town of Nizamabad is located in the Telengana region of the state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is important for being the financial headquarters of the district of Nizamabad.
Earlier Nizamabad was known as Indrapuri or Indur. In the ancient times of the early 8th century this district was under the rule of the Rashtrakutas. Then Nizamabad was ruled by the Chalukya dynasty and then came the Tughlaq dynasty. The name Nizamabad was derived from the Nizam of the state. Previously it was called Nizam-ul-Mulk and then it became Nizamabad.
Due to its rich historical importance Nizamabad is one of the most sought after destinations of South India. Some of the most interesting places of Nizamabad include:
• Sree Ram Sagar
• Dichipally Ramalayam
• Alisagar projects
• Nizamabad fort
• Kanteshwar Temple
• Ashok Sagar
• Domakonda Fort
• Mallaram forest
• Museum at Tilak Garden
• Rock formations on Armoor road
• Quilla Ramalayam
Since Nizamabad has been ruled by different dynasties, it can boast of a fine blend of cultures and lifestyles. It has vast agricultural lands and forests. At the same time it is quite famous for its confectionery industries.
Map of Nizamabad
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