Kuntala Waterfall is a waterfall in the Indian state of Telangana, located on Kadam river in Neradigonda mandal of Adilabad district. It is the highest waterfall in the state with a height of 50 meters.
These waterfalls are in the dense forests inhabited by the Gonds. Kunta in Gondi and Telugu means pond. Kuntalu means several ponds. The waterfall originates from a confluence of several ponds that lead to the river Kadem.
Formed by the Kadam River, Kuntala falls cascades down through two steps and can be seen as two separate adjacent falls after the peak rains. It is one of the famous one day outings from Hyderabad. There is a motorable road until the entry point of the falls, from where steps are available to reach the bottom of the falls. The falls are about 10 minutes (one way) walk from the entry point.
The pochera waterfalls are awesome. Looking so beautiful. And it is very much comfortable for enjoy in the water. No danger. And it is worth go to the location.
India, “The land of temples” has its own unique legend telling a fascinating story about its existence. Each legend is powerful enough to revive faith even in a non-believer. Amongst such numerous legendary temples in India, the temple of Gnana Saraswati at Basar (Telangana) holds a prominent place.
Basar is a village with wonderful gardens surrounded by the temple premises of Telangana state, 30-km from Nizamabad. Basar is situated on the banks of River Godavari. It is located at a distance of about 240-km by road and 190-km by rail from Hyderabad.
This is an ancient temple of Goddess Saraswathi. The temple at Basar is also the abode of Goddess Lakshmi and Kali…
The Kadem Project is a reservoir on the river Kadem, a tributary river of Godavari near Kademm Mandal, Nirmal District, Telangana. This project covers localised ayacut under Nirmal and Mancherial Districts.
The Project has been integrated with Sriram Sagar Project. The reservoir being supplemented through Sri Rama Sagar Project by Saraswathi Canal to stabilize the localized catchment area.
It has two major canals for water distribution, the Left canal length is 76.8 km and Right Canal length is about 8 km.
It also has potential to generate 300 MW hydroelectricity at Pedda Bellala, downstream of Kadam River,
National Highway 7, Boath, Adilabad – 504304
Jannaram, Adilabad – 504205
Dam Road, Adilabad Ho, Adilabad – 504001, Near Fish Farm
Rompalli, Adilabad – 504297
Basar Mandal, Nirmal District