Tourist Places in Warangal

Places to Visit in Warangal

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Hanamkonda, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Village
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... Read More »
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Warangal Fort, Warangal
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  • Type: Fort
  • Entry: Paid
Warangal Fort is spread over a radius of 19 km between Warangal and Hanamkonda. This fort was constructed in the 13th century, when this region was under the administration of King Ganapati Deva and his daughter Rudramma Devi. This fort is also famous for its intricately carved arches and... Read More »
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Ramappa Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Ramappa Temple is an ancient temple which was built in the 12th century, during the rule of the Kakatiyas. This temple is constructed in the South Indian architectural style and is devoted to Lord Shiva. The Shiva Lingam in this temple, has been installed on a star shaped platform and is 6 ft... Read More »
Pakhal Lake, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Lake
Pakhal Lake is an artificial lake, built in a small tributary of the Krishna River, close to Warangal. It is believed that the lake was constructed by the Kakatiya ruler, Ganapati Deva, in the 13th century. This lake is surrounded by hilly terrain and a dense forest; and is spread over an area of... Read More »
Jain Mandir, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Jain Mandir is a well known temple, famous for its intricate carvings and architectural work. The temple is dedicated to Lord Mahavira and houses an idol of him, carved in jade and standing around 5 ft tall. There are also various idols of other Tirthankaras that are installed in the temple. Read More »
Thousand Pillared Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
The Thousand Pillared Temple, which is situated on the slopes of the Hanamkonda Hill on the Hanamkonda-Warangal highway, is one of the famous temples among travellers. This temple was constructed by King Rudra Dev, a Kakatiya king, in the year 1163. Built in the shape of a star, this temple is... Read More »
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Ramappa Lake, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Lake
The Ramappa Lake showcases the irrigation work of the Kakatiya rulers. This lake was built during Ganapati Deva's time, in the 13th century. This artificial lake is spread over 82 sq km of area and is surrounded by lush greenery and hill ranges. This spot provides tourists with... Read More »
Bhadrakali Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Bhadrakali Temple is an ancient temple which was constructed in the 8th century, during the rule of the Kakatiya Dynasty. Located on a hill close to Warangal Town, an idol of Goddess Kali is enshrined within the temple. This deity is referred to as Tripura Sundari (Beauty of the Three Worlds),... Read More »
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Sri Veeranarayana Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Sri Veeranarayana Temple, an ancient temple, is located in Kolanupaka in Warangal District. Constructed in the Chalukyan style during the 12th century, this temple is enshrines the idol of Sri Veeranarayana, who is considered as one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. This temple is counted... Read More »
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Padmakshi Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Padmakshi Temple is an ancient temple, which is believed to be constructed during the first quarter of the 12th century. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Padmakshi and is visited by a number of devotees throughout the year. This place is thought to be a Jain temple originally, due to prescence... Read More »
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Kakatiya Rock Garden, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Garden
  • Entry: Paid
The Kakatiya Rock Garden is one of the famous attractions of Warangal, which has many rock statues of various animals like lions, sambhar, deer, antelopes and giraffe. In this garden, all the rocks and flowering plants are arranged in a decorative pattern. Moreover, the rock garden also has an... Read More »
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Rayaparthy Shiva Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Rayaparthy Shiva Temple, located in Warangal Village, is believed to be constructed in the 18th century. The walls of the temple have several carvings and inscriptions on them. Read More »
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Govindarajula Gutta, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Village
Govindarajula Gutta is a small village surrounded by hilly terrain and lush green forests and is located close to Waranal. One of the major attractions of this village is a famous temple of Lord Shiva, which often sees many visitors. It is a strong belief among the locals that the deity of this... Read More »
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Musical Garden, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Garden
  • Entry: Paid
The Musical Garden is located close to the well-known temple of Bhadrakali. This garden is spread over an area of around 60702.85 sq metres. The Musical Garden has a musical fountain with colourful lights that are synchronised to music. Travellers can also view a giant rock with an artificial... Read More »
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Someshwara Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Someshwara Temple is believed to be built by a king of the Kalyani Chalukyas, Someswara III. This temple is famous for the sculptures and architectural carvings in the Chalukya syle.        Read More »
Siddeshwara Temple, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
Siddeshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is situated near Hanamkonda in Warangal. It was constructed in the 3rd century AD and is one of the Paschimadwara Mukha Temples. The temple is popular for its intricately carved pillars and architectural work, which is similar to the Chalukyan... Read More »
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Pembarti Village, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Village
Pembarti Village is known for its various articles and objects of daily use that are made from brass. Residents of this village have made various statues, carvings and castings using brass and bronze.    This village is situated in the proximity of Warangal Town and is popular... Read More »
Eturnagaram Sanctuary, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Sanctuary
  • Entry: Paid
Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the oldest sanctuaries in the country and is situated close to Warangal. The sanctuary has rich plantlife, specifically deciduous teak. It is also inhabited by a range of fauna including wolves, black bucks, tigers, panthers, spotted deer, jackals,... Read More »
Ghanpur Group Of Temples, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Temple
The Ghanpur Group of Temples, popularly known as Kota Gullu, is located in Ghanpur Mandal, near Warangal. Constructed in different shapes and sizes, these temples are around 209 in number. These temples are popular a because of the variations in the architectural style of each of these temples... Read More »
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Lakhnavaram Lake, Warangal
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Places to Visit in Warangal
  • Type: Lake
Lakhnavaram Lake is famous for holding 13 islands which are covered with dense forests, in its midst. Covering an area of around 10,000 acres, this lake basically stores rain water. In recent times, the local department of tourism has established a hanging bridge, which connects three of the... Read More »
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