Medak District | Medak History | Medak Tourism: Medak District is one of the districts of Telangana State . It is located in the northwestern part of the state.Medak district was a part of Nizam princely State, Medak was originally called as Siddapur, later it was known as Gulshanabad. Qutub Shahis named it as Gulshanabad which means City of Gardens due to it’s luscious Greenary later it was called as Medak again.




Complete Medak District Profile


Medak District is bound with Karimnagar District to the East, Nalgonda District to the East, Nizamabad District to the North, Rangareddy District to the South, Warangal District to the East, Bidar District to the west. It is sharing Border with Karnataka State to the South. Narsapur Forest, located 35 km from Hyderabad, is spread between Gummadidala and Narsapur. This forest covers 30 km². This has a variety of trees, many lakes and supports wildlife. Lately, this has become a hotspot for Telugu film shootings.


The district is mainly agricultural, with about 78% of the population engaged in agriculture or something that is related to it. The major crops in the region are rice, jowar, maize and sugar cane. High-quality teak is also available in Medak, owing to the fact that one-tenth of the district is covered in forests, extending to 97,093 hectares.


MEDAK DISTRICT TOURISM

There are many tourist places in the Medak district that attracts the tourists throughout the year, which are of ancient monuments, religious places and animal reserves. The Medak fort and Medak church are epitomes of architectural excellence. The church takes us to Gothic era because the architectural pattern of the church closely reflects Gothic styles and designs. The Anglican Medak Cathedral, which belongs to the single largest diocese in Asia, is a priceless heritage. It was built by the British Wesleyan Methodists and is now under the Church of South India – Diocese of Medak. The Medak Fort, Medak church, wildlife sanctuary, temples like Veerabhadra Swamy Temple, Sri Kasi Vishweshwara Temple, the temple in the Edupailu region of Medak are some of the places to visit in Medak district.


MEDAK DISTRICT TOURISM


MEDAK DISTRICT TOURISM



Tourist places to visit in Medak: Here some of Tourist Places to Visit in Medak listed below:

1)Edupayala Durga Bhavani gudi, Medak
2) Medak fort, Medak
3)Papikondalu, Medak,
4) Medak church, Medak
5)Pocharam Sanctuary, Medak


::List of Mandals of Medak District::

Alladurg Andole Chegunta
Dubbaka Jinnaram Kalher
Kondapak Kondapur Kulcharam
Mulug Munpalle Nanganur
Nyalkal Papannapet Pulkal
Shivampet Siddipet Tekmal
Sangareddy Yeldurthy Doultabad
Regode Narsapur Narayankhed
Kohir Chinna Kodur Narayankhed
Manoor Toopran Machavaram
Kangti










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