Peerla Panduga

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Peerla Pandugu

Peerla Panduga is a festival celebrated by Hindus and Muslims in the Telangana State, Rayala Seema region of Andhra Pradesh, India.[1] It is a celebrated across the Sufi shrines called as Ashurkhana. A procession of the relic, called as Alam is taken out as a part of Moharram.[2] The procession is mainly taken out in Hindu dominated areas in Hyderabad district, Ranga Reddy district, Medak district, Nizamabad district, Adilabad district, Karimnagar district, Warangal district, Khammam district, Nalgonda district, and Mahbubnagar district of Telangana. Anantapur ditrict, Kurnool district, Kadapa district, and Chittor district of rayalaseema.