Adurru Village is arranged in Razole Taluk and is well known for its unearthed landmarks. The Archeological Survey of India ASI embraced unearthings in 1953 and found the remains of Buddhist Stupas, Viharas and Chaityas. The prime fascination of the site is the Mahastupa, which is 17 ft in distance across and has been built like a wheel on a raised stage. The uncovering prompted the disclosing of ious other old antiquities like dishes, jugs, troughs and dishes of kaolin and red ceramics. The occupants of the town called the Adurru hill as 'Dubaraju Gudi'. Another significant fascination of the place is Mahastupa which is created like a wheel on a raised dais with a measurement of 17 feet.