Mallela Theertham, Nagarkurnool, Telangana
Mallela Theertham is a waterfall located in the dense Nallamala forest and is a popular tourist attraction.
(Last Updated on : 31-05-2019)
Located in the dense forests
of Nallamalla in Nagarkurnool in the Indian state
, the Mallela Theertham is a waterfall and an eco tourism spot. The water comes from a small rivulet and from this area; it flows through the dense jungle, finally merging into the Krishna River
. A descent of 350 steps is required to access the Mallela Theertham waterfall.
History of Mallela Theertham
The Mallela Theertham waterfall has a sacred history as many saints
have performed penances there for Lord Shiva
and the deity has himself appeared there to many of his devotees.
Visiting Information on Mallela Theertham
The best time to visit the Mallela Theertham waterfall is during the months of October to February. The remaining months other than March to June are rainy and become difficult to access the waterfall due to muddy roads. The Mallela Theerthan is located around 58 km from Srisailam and 185 km from Hyderabad
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