Sights & landmarks in Nizamabad

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  • shivatejahbk
    Hyderabad, India4 contributions
    Temple was very peaceful, far away from Nizamabad town. Surroundings are peaceful and green. You can enjoy with family here.
    Written 15 December 2021
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  • shivatejahbk
    Hyderabad, India4 contributions
    Can visit while entering Nizamabad. Nothing much to do, just a small and peaceful temple. Can visit once. Locals visit in large numbers during Ram Navami.
    Written 14 January 2022
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  • Shivateja A
    14 contributions
    Well mainted and a very good temple. It is great worshipping lord shiva here. On the enterence into the we can see the idol of lingam from far. I come here on my parents marraige day and mahashivarathri.
    Written 21 April 2015
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  • Bala Sundari
    Bengaluru, India616 contributions
    This temple is Lord Rama temple known as Raghunatha temple.This temple is inside Nizamabad Fort on top of the hill.We need to climb the steps to reach this temple.This is very old temple but the maintenance is not good.
    Written 16 November 2021
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  • kavitha_blr
    Hyderabad, India328 contributions
    Temple around 40 kms from nizamabad, and 190 kms from hyderabad via medchal towards nizamabad diversion near Dichpalli. We traveled from hyderabad after visiting dichpalli ramalayam around 30 mins journey from this place. upon reaching ankspoor small road leading to the Dattashram, midst of turmeric and corn fields and a village. roads leading to the temple is very small and thru village so bit difficult to to locate the temple. temple is open till 12.30 pm and again reopens in the evening at 6 pm. Don't follow the website timings. luckily the priest was generous enough to open the temple doors for us in the afternoon for darshan. shiva linga made of mercury was amazing. to add it also had a saligrama inga, spatika and mini lingas made of mercury on all sides, there were other dieties in the temple and statue of pujya sri vittal goud(bapu) maharaj. temple provides accommodation and free food for devotees residing. No food is available outside, so carry food along with you while travelling. for any other information you can visit the website www.gurukrupa.org
    Written 4 January 2015
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  • Anudeep K
    Chennai (Madras), India126 contributions
    This place is very old of its kind.
    Many people do visit this place regularly, Must visit when you are in nizamabad.
    Written 19 April 2019
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