Tour to Gadwal
There are Four wonderful things, in Gadwal visiting a Holy River, that is Krishna, second a big bell in the fort, and third a great hand loom silk saris production. And fourth one is a big tree with long branches.
a) Krishna is live River. And big river. It flows from estrange ghats end in Bay of Bengal. Jurala, Srisailam, Nagarjuna Sagar dam and Prakasham Barrages bank on river.
The main water sources are Lift Irrigation project on River Krishna at Kothapally, Priyadarshini Jurala project at Gadwal, Rajulibanda Diversion, Koyal Sager and Sarla Sager Schemes.
b) A big bell in the fort at the time of ruling king Somanadri. He was great fighter. He arranged a bell for the people in any time asking justices to ring the bell. In his period Name of Hunumappa was an honest brave soldier.
This is situated between the rivers Tungsbhadra and Krishna over an area of about 800 square miles. After the fall of the Warangal Andhra dynasty in the 14th century, Gadwal transferred its allegiance to the new Bahaman kingdom. According to the family history, Pedda Vera Reddy, Peddanna Bhupaludu, Sarga Reddy, Vera Reddy and Kumara Vera Reddy ruled Gadwal between 1553 and 1704.
c) A big hand looms industry in the Gadwal town. Hand loom silk saris production center is there. It is famous for the pattu chiralu.
Handloom industry especially Gadwal is a household name of Sarees and their products. Gadwal, Wanaparthy and Kottakota were in the dynasty of Gadwal and Wanaparthy rulers. The Gadwal is a town with highly professional Weavers having rich traditional values of the weaving techniques. Educational Institutions are affiliated to Osmania University.
d) A big tree, in some distances with long of branches. It is very fine to see.
The most interesting place to see in Mahaboobnagar is the famous banyan tree called Pillalamarri which is about 4 kms from the town. There is a tomb of a Muslim saint under the tree. From a distance the tree presents the appearance of a small hillock with green foliage but on reaching closer it looks like a large green umbrella under which at least a 1000 people can easily take shelter.
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