Adilabad to Adoni Bus Route

Adilabad to Adoni Bus Route
From Adilabad to Adoni Bus Route Bus information

Boundaries And Topography
             The district was situated between 77.46' and 80.01' ,of the eastern longitudes and 18.40' and 19.56', of northern latitudes.The district is bounded on north by Yeotmal and Chanda district of Maharastra, on the east by Chanda district, on the south by Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts and on the west by Nanded district of Maharastra State.
            The district has population of 2079098 which accounts for 3.13% of the total population of the State. It is however takes the fifth rank in area with an extent of 16128 SU kms.Which account for 5.90% of the total area of the State. It is however,the second largest district in the Telangana of the inhabited and 167 unihabited village and 11 Towns.
             The District Comprises of 52 Mandals and 1743 villages of which 1557 villages are inhabited and 186 villages are un-inhabitated. There are 7 Muncipalities in the District. The District is conveniently formed into 5 divisions 1)Adilabad , 2) Nirmal ,3)Utnoor, 4)Asifabad,5)Mancherial.
Historical Background
            The district derives its name from Adilabad,its headquarters town which was named after the ruler of Bijapur, Ali Adil Shah. The district was for long not a homogenius unit and its component parts were ruled at different periods by nasties namely, the Mauryas,Staavahanas, Vakatakas,Chaludyasof Badami, Rashtrakututs, Chalukyas of Kalyani, Mughals,Bhosle Rajes of Nagpur and Asaf Jahis, besides the Gond Rajas of Sirpur and Chanda.Originally this was not full fledged district but a sub-district named Sirpur-Tandur which was created in A.D. 1872 with Edlabad(Adilabad), Rajura and Sirpur as its consistuents talukas.In 1905 the status of this sub-district was raised to that of an independent district with head quarters at Adilabad.

Adoni is one of the biggest and commercial towns in Rayalaseema and also in Andhra Pradesh State

In 1867 AD The Adoni Municipal Council was created, along with the Bellary Municipal Council. These were the only two municipal townships in the whole of Bellary district for a long time.

Adoni was under the rule of Yadavas in 16th century. At that time Adoni was known as Yadavagiri. Yadavagiri changed into Adavani under the Islamic rule. Later Adavani changed into Adoni. Muslims controlled this town until 1792, when a war between the British East India Company and Tipu Sultan resulted in its cession to the Nizam of Hyderabad. Under British rule Adoni was in Bellary district of Madras presidency.

Under the influence of British colonialism in the 20th century, Southern Indian was divided into several administrative districts; Adoni fell into the district of Bellary. The city gained its present seat as part of the state of Andhra Pradesh in 1953, when the British further divided the country by language of origin. While the city constantly shifted its governmental structure, it emerged as a trade hub as a product of its impressive bounties of grain and gold, along with cloth and textile production. Over the century, the city built up an entire industry of cotton mills, solidifying its place in the county’s modern trade economy.

Adoni has undergone a number of substantial changes over the past few centuries. Emerging as a military base for the Vijayanagara Empire in the 15th century, the city has evolved to become a modern, manufacturing hub. Under the Vijayanagara, the city stood at the center of the consolidating of a shifting, fragmented countryside into a more disciplined, structure empire. Even after the Empire fell in the 16th century, as a product of military conflicts, the city remained a core part of Southern Indian history.

In the wake of the shift, the Yadava caste became the dominant cultural force in the city with strong Vaishnavism Hindi influence. As a result, the city became known as Yadavagiri for centuries, until cultural changes led the population to adopt Islam in the following centuries. The city largely lacked organized self-rule until the mid 19th century, when the city organized a Municipal Council to give it a formal governing structure.
Adoni was under Bijapur in the period of 16th and 17th century. The people of almost every religion are present in Adoni, almost every language is spoken in Adoni.

In 1867 AD, The Adoni Municipal Council was created, along with the Bellary Municipal Council. These were the only two municipal townships in the whole of Bellary district for a long time.

On October 1, 1953, Bellary district of Madras State was divided on linguistic basis, and Adoni (along with Yemmiganur, Alur, Raayadurgam, D.Hirehaalu, Kanekallu, Bommanahaalu, and Gummagatta) were merged into Anantapuram and Kurnool district in what would later became the Andhra Pradesh state.

Of historical interest are the ruins of a royal fort dating back to the medieval kingdom of Vijayanagar, which flourished from the 14th to the 16th century. Several Persian and Arabic inscriptions which throw light on various aspects of historical interests are found here. Muslims later controlled it until 1792, when a war between the British East India Company and Tippu Sultan resulted in its cession to the Nizam of Hyderabad. Under British rule Adoni was in Bellary district of Madras state presidency.
Adilabad to Adoni Bus Route Driving Directions

Adilabad, Andhra Pradesh 504001, India
607 km - about 8 hours 36 mins
1.Head southwest
85 m
2.Turn right
0.2 km
3.Turn left towardAH 43/NH 7
Go through 1 roundabout
5.1 km
4.Turn left onto AH 43/NH 7
Partial toll road
Pass by HP Petrol Pump (on the left in 27.4 km)
271 km
5.Turn right towardORR
1.9 km
6.Turn right to merge onto ORR
Partial toll road
67.7 km
7.Take exit 16toward R.G.I. Airport/Bengaluru Road/NH44
Toll road
0.2 km
8.Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Bengaluru
Toll road
1.2 km
9.Continue straight
67 m
10.Slight left ontoBangalore - Hyderabad Hwy
Partial toll road
Pass by Bharat Petroleum (on the left in 800 m)
60.3 km
11.Slight left towardSH 21/State Highway 18
0.9 km
12.Turn right ontoSH 21/State Highway 18
Continue to follow State Highway 18
Go through 1 roundabout
Pass by Indian Oil Petrol Pump (on the left in 12.1 km)
102 km
13.Continue ontoRaichur - Mahabubnagar Rd/Yadgir-Raichur Rd/SH 51
Continue to follow SH 51
Pass by Petrol (on the left in 4.2 km)
19.1 km
14.At Gunj Cir, continue ontoRaichur-Wadi Rd
Pass by Sanjeevraya Fertilisers (on the left)
1.0 km
15.At Ramakant Digital Shoppe, continue ontoHarihara Rd/NH 167
Continue to follow NH 167
Pass by Sri Chandra Mouleshawara Chowk (on the left)
0.3 km
16.Turn left at ankita sarees and dress materials ontoMarket Main Rd/NH 167
Continue to follow NH 167
Pass by Kashi Vishwanath Cloth Store (on the left)
0.2 km
17.Turn right at Usmaniya Masjid to stay on NH 167
Pass by Osmaniya Mosque (on the right)
27.6 km
18.Turn left ontoRaichur-Mantralaya Rd
Pass by HP Pump (on the right in 5.7 km)
6.0 km
19.Continue ontoBellary - Adoni Rd/Raichur -Adoni Rd
Pass by Parshwamani Thirth (on the left in 23.6 km)
35.3 km
20.Turn left towardIsivi - Adoni Rd
0.2 km
21.Continue straight onto Isivi - Adoni Rd
5.3 km
22.Turn left
0.4 km
23.Turn left
0.5 km
24.Turn right
38 m
25.Take the 1st left
0.4 km
26.Turn right
0.1 km
27.Take the 2nd left
0.1 km
28.Turn right
Destination will be on the right
27 m
Adoni, Andhra Pradesh, India

Distance from Adilabad to Adoni 607 km