Adilabad is a city in Adilabad area of the Indian territory of Telangana. Telugu, Marathi and Urdu are the local dialects of Adilabad. Adilabad's another name is white gold, here is the greatest cotton showcase. Adilabad was controlled by numerous administrations like the Kakatiyas, Mauryas, Satavahanas, Chalukyas, Qutub Shahis and Asaf Jahis. Adilabad gets its name from the past leader of Bijapur, Yusuf Adil Shah. Real neighborhood societies incorporate Telugu and Marathi. The first name of Adilabad was Edlabad amid the control of Qutub Shahis.
Telugu is the most talked dialect in Adilabad. Because of geological nearness with Maharashtra, Marathi is additionally broadly talked and comprehended. Different dialects talked here are Urdu and Gondi. Adilabad is one of the seventeen Lok Sabha bodies electorate in the Indian province of Telangana and comprises of eight Legislative Assembly fragments. It is a Legislative Assembly electorate. Mavala lake, worked amid the Nizam time frame, is found 6 km south side of Adilabad town. There is a recreation center adjoining the lake. Adilabad has a very much created cotton idustry.