Tourism in Gadwal

Gadwal city is a popular tourist spot in Mahbubnagar district which brings in a large number of tourists every year to its grounds. Popular tourist elements in the city are monuments, temple, shopping centers and many more. The state government and the Gadwal municipality make all required arrangements to greet the tourist in the city.

Gadwal Fort in Gadwal

Gadwal fort in Gadwal

Gadwal fort in the city is a very famous historic monument built by Somanadri ruler of Gadwal Samsthanam in 17th century. The fort has a very strong construction with big walls and moats that it stands gigantically even after three hundred years. Within the fort premise located Koneru pond and pilgrims like Sri Venugopala Swamy temple, Sri Chennaksava Swamy temple and Sri Ramalayam. One more historic element in the fort is a 32 feet canon which was brought by Sri Pedda Soma Bhupala on winning a war against Nawab of Kurnool is still found within the fort and it is the longest cannon in India.

Places of Worships in Gadwal

The historic city of Gadwal is very popular for its places of worships for the reason why the city receives numerous devotees to its grounds daily. The religious practice and religious events in Gadwal places of worship is witnessed by numerous devotees every year. 

Sri Jammulamma Devatha Devasthanam in Gadwal

The Sri Jammulamma Devatha Devasthanam in Jammiced village on the banks of River Krishna is considered very divine and highly spiritual pilgrim by the locals in Gadwal. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Ammavaru popularly called as Jammulamma. 

Sri Jammulamma Devatha Devasthanam in GadwalThere is an interesting story behind the importance of Jammulamma temple. Very long ago a farmer was ploughing his field in Jammiced and to do his work efficiently he placed a big stone rock near the field on his ploughing land. That day his work went really well on the filed so he left the field in the evening without replacing the rock to its actual place and went home. The next day when he came back to work on his field he found the stone back to its actual place. The farmer again shifted the stone to his field and started working. The farmer on finishing his day’s work went home again without replacing the rock back to its actual place.

The third day when the farmer came to his field to work he was again surprised to find the rock stone back to its actual places. He again shifted the rock to his field and started working. By evening on finishing his work he didn’t went home instead stayed by the nearby bushes to check on how the rock is getting moved to its actual place. He waited all night and started to sleep. By midnight 12 ‘o’ clock he saw the rock transformed to a beautiful Goddess in white attire and in few minutes it again changed to rock to its actual place. 

The farmer in witnessing the incident went to his village and informed all the villagers. To prove the event to the villagers the villagers the farmer took every one to his field and places the rock back to his field and they all waited the whole night to see the transformation. Exactly by 12 ‘0’ clock again the rock changed to Goddess and then to rock to its actual place. 

The Jammiched villagers decided to build a temple for the Goddess and they constructed it. The farmers in Gadwal believed worshiping Goddess Ammavaru will give them good harvest. So worshiping Goddess Ammavaru is a traditional event before sowing. Pandavas were given first preference in worshiping the Goddess. The Gadwal rulers also worship Goddess Ammavaru.
    
Sri Jammulamma Devatha Devasthanam
Address:
Jammiched
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

List of Places of Worships in Gadwal

Here is the detailed list of places of worships in Gadwal:

Places of Worship in GadwalDattatreya Temple
Address:
Momin Mohalla
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Veerabhadra Swamy Temple
Address:
Momin Mohalla
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Amba bhavani temple
Address:
Ganjipeta
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Satya Sai temple
Address:
Srinivasa employee’s colony
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy Temple
Address
: Bheem Nagar
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Shiva Temple
Address:
Ganjipeta
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Sai Geetha Mandir
Address:
Momin Mohalla
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Address:
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Narasimha Swamy Temple
Address
: Pedda Agraharam
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Krishna Mandir
Address:
56, 1-5-56, Ashok Nagar
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Anjaneya Swamy Temple
Address:
Beechupalli
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Jogulamba Temple
Address:
Alampur
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Masjid -e- Kalan
Address:
Momin Mahella
Dharur Rd
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Madina Masjid Ahle Hadees
Address:
Momin Mahella
Dharur Rd
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Rahmaniya Maszidh
Address:
Nallakunta
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Masjid-e-ayesha
Address:
Shaik Hussain Colony
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Noori Maszidh
Address:
Momin Mohalla
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Touring towards the Ghats in Gadwal

Touring towards the Ghats of River Krishna is very famous tourist activity in the city, bathing, swimming and visiting the pilgrims along the banks of River Krishna should not be missed by the tourist of Gadwal. Holy dip along the Ghats is also popular here. 

Travel Agents in Gadwal

The Sree Shiva Balaji Travels is a popular travel agency functioning in Gadwal city which arranges travel tickets to the tourist and travellers.

Sree Shiva Balaji Travels
Address:
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125
Phone no.: 9030793273

Accommodation in Gadwal

Gadwal city is visited by numerous tourists every year so the city operates many quality accommodation centers where quality stay and food is offered to the tourists.

Hotels in GadwalHotel International
Addres:
Bheem Nagar
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125
Phone no.: 098493 04950

Hotel Shashi Vilas
Address:
Bheem Nagar
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125

Sri Sai Krishna Lodge
Address:
Krishnaveni Chowk
Gadwal, Mahbubnagar- 509125
Phone no.: 9963495887, 8546-274403

Tourist Places nearby Gadwal

Gadwal city is located amidst many popular tourist destinations like Mantralayam at 61 km away, Kurnool at 64 km away, Srisailam at 130 km away, Hyderabad at 160 km away and Gulbarga at 174 km away.

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