Mahbubnagar

Ancient Monuments & Remains (Buddhist) (Padalagattu)

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Alvanpalli (Gollathagudi) village is located close to Jadcherla Mandal headquarters. On the outskirts of the village, there are many traces of disturbed mounds with sculptures.

Cairns

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Nazrullabad village is on the way to Nagarkurnool from Mahabubnagar. On the outskirts of the village are located cairns stone circle burials.

Cairns (Locally known as Rakasi Gullu)

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The Megalithic burials of cairns type are located on the outskirts of the Badepalli village. The historic burials offer a lot of scope to understand the rich legacy of the region.

Jaina Temple (Gollathagudi) (Brick temple)

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The Alvanpalli, (Gollathagudi) village is located close to Jadcherla Mandal headquarters. There is a rare temple built in large size bricks plastered with lime.

Jami Masjid

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Old Hindu Temple

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Alvanpalli (Gollathagudi) village is located close to Jadcherla Mandal headquarters. The Temple consists of Garbagriha connected to pillared Mandapa.

Sri Chennakesava Swamy Temple

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Gangapur was an important religious centre during the Kalyani Chalukyan times.

Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple

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A prominent Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple is located in Makthal village. The temple has Garbagriha, Antharala and four pillared polished Mandapa.

Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple

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Bhoothpur village is located on the National Highway 7 close to the Mahabubnagar district headquarters. The temple is having a Garbagriha connected to 16 pillared Mandapa facing east.

Stone circle (Megalithic Burials)

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The village of Balanagar is located near Mahabubnagar on the national highway 7. There are a number of cairn stone circles type Megalithic burials located on the outskirts of the village.

Temple (Siva) in the District Museum Complex

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The temple was dismantled from Srisailam dam submergence area to Pillalamarri and reconstructed in the premises of District Archaeological Museum.