Places to Visit :-

1) Bhuvanagiri Fort: 
                        The Bhongir fort adorns the place from the time it was built in 10th century. Bhongir Fort was built on an isolated monolithic rock by the Western Chalukya ruler Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya IV in the year 1076 and was thus named after him as Tribhuvanagiri, later it was called as Bhuvanagiri. Some of the inscriptions found in the fort were in Kannada and Telugu language highlighting the lifestyle of the people of that era. The inscriptions, the architecture and some sculptures found in the fort reveal that the fort was ruled by the Chalukya dynasty for a long time and then by the Kakatiya dynasty. The stone wall, the steps through the granite archways and the crumbling stucco ruins of the later age, still adorn the place. Somewhere in 15th century, the fort was ceded to the Bahamani Sultans and then was taken over by a local governor. The Qutb Shahis used the fort as a prison for those who aspired to snatch their throne. During the time of the British, the fort escaped their attention and was not occupied. Bhuvanagiri was much ignored after the downfall of the Nizams at the time of communist revolution in the late 1940s. 
The fort is about 35kms away from Anurag University.





2) Yadagirigutta: 
                    It is the most unique, beautiful and pleasant Hillock with moderate Climate in all seasons and the temple is located at a distance of about 60 KM from the Hyderabad, capital city of Telangana. The flow of devotees / pilgrims visiting the temple for worship is very high since it is situated near the capital city. Every day not less than 5000-8000 pilgrims on average visits this temple for offering their vows, performing of saswata pujas ,saswata kalyanam,LakshaTulasi Pujas ,Abhisekam etc.,.. There will be heavy congregation of devotees / pilgrims during Saterdays, Sundays and other Public Holidays. Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple or Yadagirigutta is a popular Hindu Temple of Narasimha Swamy, an incarnation Lord Vishnu It is situated on a hillock in the Nalgonda district, Telangana, Yadagirigutta is at a distance of 60 kilometers from the city of Hyderabad.