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Andhra Pradesh, India
Jadcherla (also spelled Jadcharla) is a town in Mahbubnagar district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the main business centre for the surrounding villages and towns. Jadcherla is a mix of two towns, Jadcherla and Badepally. National Highway 7 passes through Jadcherla.
It is located at 83 km (52 mi) away from state capital Hyderabad. It has a big market place for agricultural products called "Ganji". There is a small rocky hill at one end of the village called Jadcherla Gutta or simply "Gutta". "Gutta" has a temple on top of the hill and a small pond. There are 3 Dargahs also there, Haleem Kaleem Shah Dargah, Yaba Ki Dargah, and Mohbattali Shah Dargah. It is well connected by road and railways. Almost all the buses have a halting point here. Night life in Jadcherla is plentiful. Six kilometers (4 miles) from Jadchela there is a village Gangapur where there is a famous temple which was built in the 12th century by Cholas. This type of temple is rarely seen in Andhra Pradesh.