Kollapur region is an area spanning the Nallamala Forest area on the banks of the river Krishna in the Nagarkurnool district, in the state of Telangana, India. traces of architectural treasures from the 2nd century BC. Hundreds of ancient temples are visible in the area, mainly built over 1,500 years ago. Due to similar broad roads and surrounding tree plantations.
At a distance 50.3 km from Nagarkurnool, 97 km from Mahabubnagar and 178 km from Hyderabad, Kollapur is located in Nagarkurnool district of Telangana. Kollapur is famous for a wonderful palace.
Kollapur was a princely region under Nizams ruled by Hindu rulers. Most of the Nallamala region along the Krishna River was under the control of Kollapur. There is a huge palace built by the rulers of Kollapur in 1871.
The Kollapur palace is a magnificent structure with several buildings inside the complex. The palace has a large doorway with wooden doors. There is plenty of open area inside the complex with a wonderful building used as the administrative building. Towards the right side this lies the main residential complex of the Kollapur rulers. There residential complex includes several buildings constructed in 19th and 20th centuries. In the center of residential complex, one can see the horse carts used by the rulers.
Kollapur can be reached from either NagarKurnool (50.3 km) or Wanaparthy (47 km) which are connected by bus with Mahboobnagar, Kurnool and Hyderabad.