Archaeological Sites in India: Nagarjunaconda

Nagarjunakonda is a historical Buddhist town in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Created On: Feb 12, 2013 13:13 IST

 

Name: Nagarjunaconda
State: Andra Pradesh
District: Nalgonda District
Built: 225 AD- 325AD
Famous for:  It is one of India's richest Buddhist sites, known in the ancient times as Sri Parvata. The Nagarjunasagar Dam is the tallest masonry dam in the world. 
Located at: Between the cities of Nalgonda and Hyderabad, it is accessible on the State Highway, with the nearest train station being at Macherla, 29 km away. 
Governing body: Archeological Survey of India
Name: Nagarjunaconda

State: Andra Pradesh

District: Nalgonda District

Built: 225 AD- 325AD

Famous for:  It is one of India's richest Buddhist sites, known in the ancient times as Sri Parvata. The Nagarjunasagar Dam is the tallest masonry dam in the world. 

Located at: Between the cities of Nalgonda and Hyderabad, it is accessible on the State Highway, with the nearest train station being at Macherla, 29 km away. 

Governing body: Archeological Survey of India