Ramadugu

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Coordinates: 18°35′13″N 79°3′42″E / 18.58694°N 79.06167°E / 18.58694; 79.06167

Ramadugu is a village located 19 km from Karimnagar, Andhra Pradesh, India. Ramadugu in Telugu means Ram's foot, it is believed that Ram the Hindu god went through Ramadugu on his way to Lanka. It has a fort of ancient days with 30 mtrs high walls and a mosque dating back to the 1830s. Which was believed to be built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, on his way to conquering Deccan (Hyderabad), he spent some time there and left his men to built Mosque.

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