Hanamkonda, Warangal


Hanamkonda (Village) snapshot

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About Hanamkonda (Village)

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Hanamkonda, which was also known as Hanuma/Hanama-Konda, is a village founded by two brothers, Kondaiah and Hanumaiah, during the Kakatiya Dynasty.

One can visit numerous Hanuman temples in this village which is also a reason for the town’s name. It is believed that when Lord Hanuman was returning with the Sanjeevni Mountain, a few stones fell out of it, which formed hills at this place.

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  • Best Time:  During Day
  • Length of visit:  2-3hrs
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Rizwanuddin Rafiq

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"Known, for their boundless faith and devotion"

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted Apr 1, 2016
You know what's nice about Hanamkonda? Hanamkonda is a beautiful city, a vibrant place, special place and remain Capital of famous Kakatiyas Dynasty till 12th century, situated about 6 km from Warangal it comes under the Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation and a part of Tri-Cities of Telangana.

A historical city, a handicrafts centre, a cultural centre where the king and the people were known, for their boundless faith and devotion since ancient times, the economy, which was highly advanced and developed as mentioned in the ancient texts Kreeda Bharati, plus foreign tourists Articles also mentioned this place. Foreign tourist Marco Polo, highly praised this city during his stay in South India.

It contains many architectural marvels like Thousand Pillared Temple, Warangal Fort, Bhadrakali Temple, Padmakshi Temple, Ekasila, Ghanpur Group Of Temples, Eturnagaram Wildlife area have great archaeological, pre-historical and cultural significance etc. It's a mirror of glorious past and a gateway of Telangana's richness.

It's connected by roads and Telangana State Transport Corporation buses are frequently running between neighbouring cities and States and major railway junctions are Warangal and Kazipet. Airport is about 150 km in the State Capital Hyderabad.

It is having a climate of dry wet nature, so the pleasant time to visit this place is from October to February. It has many affordable and good accommodations and various Restaurants.

It houses many Higher Education Institutes like National Institute Of Technology, Kakatiya University, Sparkrill International School, Kakatiya Institute Of Technology And Science, Kakatiya Medical College etc. And world famous Village Pembarthi, famous for its art and crafts is also situated at a short distance. Telangana Tourism is developing Haritha Resorts and Restaurants to facilitate the tourists.
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"Had a lovely time!"

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted May 28, 2014
It is basically a market where tourists get whatever they want as the place is famous for it textiles and south Indian food. You can visit the place any time you want. There are various types of shops ranging from books to clothes and shoes to food.
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