Nestled in the Mahaboobnagar District, Wanaparthi is a town which is famous for its ancient palace, but now the palace has been modified into Krishna Devaraya Polytechnic College. Wanaparthy was governed by a feudal ruler, Raja of Wanaparthy (Wanaparthy Samsthan), Raja Rameshwar Rao II, who was a vassal of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Wanaparthy was one of the 14 major Zamindari segments in Telangana in Post-Independent India. The town is also very important for the religious point of view as it features with the Venkateshwara Swami Temple. The temple was established by the famous saint Sri Pedha Swamiji. One of the main tourist attractions of the town is the Sarla Sagar Project, it is the biggest siphon dam in Telangana.
Reach the town conveniently
The town is 60 kilometres away from the Mahaboobnagar District and the nearest railway station to the town is Anantapur Railway Station.