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Take off to Medak-just 75 kms from Hyderabad

This place was under the rule of Satavahana, VishnuKumdin, Western Chalukya, Rastakuta, Yadhava, Kakathiya, Qutub Shahi and Nizam kings. History reveals the contacts with Romans also

Manjeera Crocodile Sanctuary is situated with an area of 20 Sq.km is a place to be visited. There are many Government establishments in the district Vishaka Asbestos cement factory at Patanchervu, BHEL, ICRISAT, are the major ones. Medium and Small scale industries and ancillary units are there supporting the BHEL. Singuru Nizam Sager Project build on the river Manjeera , provides drinking water to the neighboring district of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Medak Church Built in 1914 by Charles Walker Pasnet is coined as the biggest church in the South India.

The excavations at Kondapur, located 15 km from Sangareddy and 60 km from Medak, have brought to light the remains of Satavahana dynasty and a few Buddhist structures. The Kondapur Museum is maintained by the Archeological Survey of India. The Kondapur Museum contains about 8,100 antiquities at present. It houses the coins of the Satavahana kings which led some scholars to come to the conclusion that Kondapur was one of the thirty walled towns of the Satavahanas. There are the remains
of Chaityas and Stupas indicating that Kondapur was once a great Buddhist center. Other things which were excavated and are on display include gold coin of the Roman Emperor Augustus (37 BC -14 AD), a few silver coins, bead pieces of terra cotta bangles, shell, ivory, copper and glass embossed with designs.

Tourist Attractions:

S.No Tourist Spot Theme Place
 1  Kanaka Durga Temple, 
Pilgrim Centres   Medak  
 2  Kasi Visweshwara Temple,
Pilgrim Centres   Sangareddy  
 3  Kondapur Museums   Kondapur  
 4  Koti Lingeswara Swamy
Pilgrim Centres   Siddipet  
 5  Lakshmi Narasimha swamy
Pilgrim Centres   Medak  
 6  Manjira Wildlife & Bird
Wild Life   Sangareddy  
 7  Medak Church Pilgrim Centres   Medak  
 8  Medak Fort Monuments   Medak  
 9  Pocharam Forest & Wild Life
Wild Life   Medak  
 10  Ramalingeshwara Temple,
Pilgrim Centres   Sangareddy  
 11  Ramalingeswara Swamy
Pilgrim Centres   Siddipet  
 12  Sangameswara Swamy
Pilgrim Centres   Zarasangam  
 13  Siddipet Paintings of Batik
Handicrafts   Siddipet  
 14  Sri Saraswathi Kshetramu Pilgrim Centres    
 15  Sri Saraswathi Matha 
Pilgrim Centres    


 Medak Church

The Medak church, the single largest diocese in Asia and second largest in the world after the Vatican, is a priceless heritage. The main tower of the cathedral is 173 feet high and the structure is believed to be one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in India.

This famous Cathedral was built with love and crafted to perfection. As the legend goes this church was born out of a famine that struck Medak during world War I. Reverend Charles Walker Posnett was posted as Reverend at Medak during that time. Moved by the plight of the people due to the unprecedented famine that lasted for three years, he proposed to build a great church at Medak in the year 1914. It took ten continuous years to complete this beautiful piece of architecture. With its massive dimensions the church can accommodate as many as 5000 people at a time.

The main tower of the cathedral is 173 feet high and the structure is believed to be one of the finest examples of
Gothic architecture in India.

Medak Church one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in India.

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