Mulugu is a district in the state of Telangana.Mulugu district was formed on February 17, 2019 by bifurcating the Jayashankar Bhupalpally district. Previously Jayashankar Bhupalpally district was part of Warangal district. There is one revenue division of Mulugu under this district and has 9 mandals and 174 village panchayats in it. Mulugu district along with Narayanapet district were formed making a total of 33 districts in Telangana state.
As per 2011 census, the population of Mulugu district is 2,57,744 and about 75,600 families live in this district. This district has the lowest population in Telangana district. This district has total population belonging to rural population. Etururnagaram ITDA (Integrated Tribal Development Agency) office created for tribal people issituated in Mulugudistrict.
Tourist attractions of Ramappa Temple, Ramappa lake, and Laknavaram lake are located in Mulugu distrtict. Jampanna vagu (stream) and Dayyala vagu (stream) flow in this district and there are few water falls in this district. Ramappa Lake, constructed in 13th Century A.D. during Ganapathi Deva’s time substantiates the intricate irrigation work of the Kakatiyas. And the Laknavaram Lake, surrounded by deciduous forests is a very popular tourist spot.
To top it all, the district hosts the world famous Sammakka Saralamma Jathara or Medaram Jathara, a tribal festival which is celebrated at Medaram in Tadvai mandal. Jathara is celebrated during the time the goddesses of the tribal people are believed to visit them. It is believed that after Kumbha Mela, the Medaram Jathara attracts the largest number of devotees in the country.
Bogatha Waterfall is 120 km away from Bhadrachalam, and 329 km away from Hyderabad. The distance has come down from 440 km because of the newly constructed Eturnagaram bridge on National Highway 202. A magnificent waterfall in the district of Khammam and second biggest waterfall in the State, Bogatha waterfall presents a splendid spectacle of falling waters and rich landscape and therefore, aptly gets the epithet the Niagara of Telangana. As motor able road is not available, visitors need to trek for some distance. Visiting this waterfall gives an excellent opportunity to those who are interested in trekking and looking for a chance to indulge in adventure sport.
Tadvai Forest Huts are maintained by Forest Department. We offer basic accommodation basic amenities at very nominal cost (Rs. 1000/-). Wake up in the morning listening to the humming of birds like Malabar Whistling Trush Malabar Giant Squirrel and lots of rare birds for a birdwatcher.Come and get close to the nature get in touch with trees that are over 100 years old at the most affordable prices. This is From Hyderabad 230kms, from Warangal 82kms, as Tadvai is the canter for every ecotourism spot.