Karimnagar is a district located in the northern part of Andhra Pradesh. The district derives its name from Qiladar late Nizam, Syed Karim Uddin. Karimnagar has numerous tourist attractions, such as Elgandal Fort, Ujjwala Park and Lower Manair Dam, among others.
Vemulawada, Dharmapuri, Kaleshwaram, Konda Gattu are some of the religious places in the district. The district is also famous as a centre of silver filigree, a form of metal work.
The Elgandal Fort, situated around 10 km from Karimnagar, is an important historical attraction. This fort was under the reign of the Kakatiya Dynasty in the ancient period and the Asaf Jahis in the medieval period.
The Bhimeshwara Swamy temple, Kodanda Ramaswamy temple, Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple and Kasi Visweswara temple are some of the prominent religious centres of the destination.
Dharmapuri, a religious site in Karimnagar, is famous for its Narasimha Swamy temple. The temple is especially visited by tourists during kalyanotsavam celebrations of Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy. Kothakonda, Anjaneya Swamy temple, Konda Gattu and Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy temple are some of the other prominent attractions near Karimnagar.