ananthagiri hills

Everything you need to know about Ananthagiri Hills

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The recently framed state in India, Telangana is no place denied of appealing delights. Be it with respect to authentic spots or any common wonder, Telangana leaves behind a few states in the race of the travel industry. Hyderabad, being the capital city and perhaps the most seasoned spot, is the most visited city in Telangana. In any case, there are a few spots around Hyderabad that are yet left to be investigated appropriately. One such spot is Ananthagiri Hills, the enchanting slope station with thick timberlands, old caverns, and certain sanctuaries. Wouldn’t you very much want to investigate this neglected wonder of nature? Peruse on to find out about Ananthagiri Hills.

Situated in the Vikarabad region and a good way off of around 80 km from Hyderabad, Ananthagiri Hills is a little slope station concealed in the thick backwoods of Telangana. It is well known for its rich fields and beautiful magnificence among unique explorers. Being the place where there are thick timberlands and transcending slopes, it likewise offers a few chances for setting up camp and journeying in and around the locale. Ananthagiri Hills is the beginning of the Mushi waterway, which is a feeder of the Krishna stream and goes through Hyderabad. According to nearby legends, it is said that Ananthagiri Hills is one of the most established occupied places in Telangana and the presence of a few demolished old caverns and landmarks unquestionably grandstands its age.

On the off chance that you are hoping to get away from the clog in your life and lose all sense of direction in verdant slopes and fields, at that point Ananthagiri Hills is the ideal spot to appreciate an end of the week

 

The magnificence of the Forest

We could hear the peeping of the birds just as shouts of peacocks. Various types of birds are noticeable around here. Peacocks can likewise be seen. We were generally traveling on plain terrains of the timberland, which was very fun in itself. Notwithstanding, we were anxious to get a top perspective on the valley. The most amazing aspect of the path through the woods was that there was no guide or course showing you any course. You simply make your own specific manner and persuade an opportunity to be lost in the forested areas. The woodland isn’t that thick that you will get lost! In an undertaking to zest up our experience, we chose to move up an uneven incline to get a view from the top.

It wasn’t fundamentally an appropriate way and you in a real sense creep uphill getting hold of tree limbs or stones. When you arrive at the top, you understand that the difficult journey was a commendable encounter. The perspective on the valley from the top is stunning!

The perspective on the Valley from the top

The cool wind was so invigorating after the tough undertaking. We invested very some energy at the top and afterward plummeted and went to the Temple stopping. We spent almost 2/2.5 hrs in the forested areas. It was almost 1:30 pm. We returned to Haritha Hotel and Restaurant for lunch. The Restaurant offered South – Indian Vegetarian nourishment for the lunch buffet. The food is very acceptable here. It is the solitary Restaurant in Ananthagiri, else you need to go to Vikarabad to get different decisions for food. Having finished with our lunch, we walked around sometime in the Haritha Hotel complex.

The valley sees from the posterior of the Hotel were wonderful. The smoothness of the spot and the inebriating climate truth be told made us think for some time to remain for the time being nevertheless then no rooms were accessible.

Statue of Nandi in middle of Valley

From that point, we again began moving towards the Kotepalli Reservoir. We were halted by two cops on our way and educated that section to space is limited by and by because of a homicide. Thus, we needed to return tragically. It was almost 4 pm. There was not a lot left for us to do. Subsequently, in the wake of having our evening tea at Haritha, we chose to begin our return excursion to Hyderabad.

The evening venture was similarly fun however we were a bit depleted by our entire day trekking a lot. We appreciated the nightfall on our way back to Hyderabad. An excursion is so fragmented without street-side Dhaba food. Subsequently, we chose to have food at a street dhaba. We halted by a Dhaba close to Chilkur and glutted on a plate of chicken kebab, roasted rotis, dal tadka, and chicken Kadai. Food was regular Dhaba style very zesty food, which we completely delighted in. Having finished with extravagant food, we began again for Hyderabad.

It was a superb day excursion away from the hustle clamor of the city – in the midst of the greenery, glades, the woods, trails, periodic downpours, nature at its best in the rainstorm. It is an ideal end-of-the-week escape spot from Hyderabad. I couldn’t imagine anything better than to visit this spot once more, ideally in the rainstorm.

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