Archaeology & Museums
The Museum showcases stone tools, coins, terracotta figurines, arms and weapons pertaining to the Karimnagar District which were recovered in the excavations conducted at Peddabankur, Dhulikatta and Kotilingala. In the main hall, stone tools dating back to 3000 years are on display. The fossils of ancient fish and trees were brought from Vemanapalli, Muknur and Kamanapalli areas and these date back to 20-lakh years. The next display consists of Neolithic tools like axes and grinning stones and early historic material such as bricks, pottery, beats, bangle pieces, terracotta mounds and iron pieces from Dhulikatta, Peddabankur and Kotilingala showing the social life of the people of Satavahana Period. In the central hall of the Museum there are four big galleries that display coins which range from Pre-Mouryan period to British period.