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Adilabad is a town City north west of Hyderabad. It was once part of Maharashtra but borders have changed since 1945 to make it a town of Andra Pradesh.
This is one of the few district head quarters in the state which is connected with National higway, Broad Gauge train route. Good train connectivity is available to mancheral and Kagaz nagar from state capitol Hyderabad. Visit www.indianrail.gov.in for train schedules and reservations.
Though a small airport is available, it is not into regular use.
This district is full of nature. It is famous for green forests, rivers, waterfalls, wild animals, etc. There are beutiful waterfalls in this district namely Kuntala, Pochera and Sadarmaat. There are lot of wild animal sanctuaries in this district.
Due to the heavy amount of transactions involved in cotton business, this city is also called of "City of Cotton".
Other major cities in this district: Mancheral, Kagaz Nagar, Bellampalli, Asifabad, Utnoor, Nirmal, Bhainsa and Basar.
This District has been the place of stay for some of the tribe sects like Gond, Lambada, etc whose mother tongue do not have script. There is a Fort in the town of Utnoor which is 55 kms from Adilabad which was built by Gond kings who ruled this area. Currently utnoor is the operational head querter for the organization ITDA (ITDA-> Integrated Tribal Development Authority) set up by government of AP for the benifit of tribals.
Nirmal which is 74 kms down south of Adilabad on the NH7 is well known for its wooden toys and paintings. There is a fort in this town too. Nirmal is one of the political capital city for Adilabad district.
Adilabad is seperated from its neighbouring districts by river Godavari. There is a Goddess Saraswati temple on the banks of river Godavari in the temple town of Basar. This is the only Saraswati temple in the entire South India.
Mancherial the other town in this district, is well developed commercially and industrially, due to the Delhi - South India train connectivity.
May 03, 2006 change by giorgio