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Location : 64.37-km From Miryalaguda, Nalgonda District
Significance : Archaeological Site
Main Find : Buddhist Structures

Nandikonda is a small village on the bank of River Krishna. It is about 64.37-km from Miryalaguda. The most important structure discovered was the Ikshvaku citadel with its great fortification wall, ditch, gates and army barracks inside and a great rectangular stadium.

Nandi Konda,  Andhra Pradesh This place was mentioned as Vijayapuri in an inscription engraved on one of the pillars in the Buddhist structures. Several Buddhist structures like monasteries and pillared halls were unearthed here and some of the finds are preserved in a museum of the Central Archaeological Department.


Rail: The nearest railhead is situated at Miryalguda.

Road: Tourists can access this place from Miryalaguda, which is an important commercial centre of the Nalgonda district and is well connected with all the places of the state.

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