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Villages of Telangana
Villages of Telangana plays a pivotal role in marinating the economic stability in the fields of agriculture, eco tourism and different industrial sectors. These possess different tourism sites like pilgrimage tourism sites, leisure tourism sites and the nature tourism sites.

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