People of Telangana are fond of eating food and the well-known food are Sarva Pindi which is made from rice, chana dal, flour and peanuts, Malidalu which is made from chapatti pieces with dry-fruits, Sakinalu which is made with the rice and sesame seed and is deep-fried, Garijalu and Qubani ka Meetha are the well-known sugary foods of the state.
Telangana, the 29th state of India separated on 2 June 2014 from Andhra Pradesh is found on the southern part of the Indian peninsula. It is the 12th largest state with an area of 112,077 sq km. The surface of the state consists mainly of mountain ranges, hills, and dense forests. The state has 33 districts. Telugu is the main language of the state and Urdu is the 2nd..
There are numerous traveler attractions in the state and the significant ones are Nagarjuna Sagar Dam which is constructed on Krishna River and is the worlds highest masonry dam, Warangal is historical website which takes you to the age of Kings and Queens with its natural charm, Bhadrachalam which is believed to have events of Ramayana, Adilabad has gurgling waterfalls and dynamic culture, Secunderabad which is also understood as the “Twin city of Hyderabad, Karimnagar which is well-known for Gandhi centenary Museum, Chilkur Balaji Temple which is likewise understood as VISA temple, Kanakai waterfalls, Gaytri waterfalls, Murgavani National Park, Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary are likewise other tourist attractions.
The Telangana state is drained by 2 rivers i.e. 69% of the Krishna River catchment area and 79% of the Godavari River catchment area. The economy of state depends mainly on farming and the 2 rivers Godavari and Krishna help in watering. Rice is the major food including sugar walking cane, mango, tobacco, and cotton.
The capital of the state Hyderabad is a hub of the IT sector and significant business like Facebook, IBM, Microsoft, and Google hold a considerable existence. The major Industries of Telangana come under Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC).
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