Nelakondapalli, situated around 22 km far from Khammam, is related with the Hindu epic Mahabharata. The Virata Raju Dibba and Keechaka Gundam, archeological confirmations from the time of the Mahabharata, can be seen here. The Buddhist Stupas and symbols, found amid the unearthings led at this site in 1977, are different attractions. Amid the unearthings, a few viharas, wells, mahastupas, reservoirs and a bronze icon of Lord Budddha were likewise found.
A smaller than normal stupa, cut from mine stone having a place with the third or fourth century, was found amid unearthings. Photos and pictures uncovered from the spot assert that the site was the origin of Kancharla Gopanna, otherwise called Bhakta Ramadas. The Bhakta Ramadas Dhyana Mandir, old place of Kancharla Gopanna, and some old sanctuaries delineate the antiquated past of this site.