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Adaboina Saikiran

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1 reviewPosted 2 years ago

Beautiful city with temples and Historical locations

I went tour to Warangal in may month(summer vocation) 2015 with my friends. It was a great experience there. I stayed about 1 week and visited almost all places in Warangal. I am describing my experience of some place which are more attracted to me

1)Ramappa Temple: Once upon a time it is a capital city of Kakatiya dynasty. Lord Shiva is worshipped here. According to History, It took about 40 years to build this temple. The beautiful look of this temple and boating in water at temple makes a big attraction to visit the temple. Rooms, bathrooms, Food is available at the temple. There is no fee for entrance of temple. I enjoyed a lot with my friends in boating. Cameras are allowed at this temple but not inside the temple. The construction of the temple is awesome architecture is wonderful there are no words to explain about temple you should go to temple and experience it.
Temple timings : 6am to 6pm everyday

2)Thousand pillar temple: It is one of the most famous temple in India. It is also a one of the historical location with good ascetic view. The temple is famous for its 100 pillars made construction. Lord Shiva is worshipped at this temple. Cameras are allowed outside temple only. Food is also available at the temple. The view of the temple is awesome, superb, great at sunset time so I recommend to go temple from 3 pm to 6 pm. There is no charge for entrance of temple.

3)Kilo Warangal fort: Kilo Warangal fort is the place where all historical constructions, ornaments, architecture is displayed there. The location is wonderful and perfect place to take photos. Cameras are allowed at this location. Food is available. There is about 10rs (may vary year by year) charge for entrance of the temple.
Timings : 9am to 8pm

4)Bhadrakali temple: Here Goddesses Kali matha is worshipped. The river near the temple is more attraction to the temple. Photos taken at this location are superb. Food and bathroom available at this temple
Timings : 5:30 am to 1 pm & 3 pm to 8:30 pm

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Ramesh Maskani

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9 reviewsPosted 2 years ago

Capital city of Kakatiya Kingdom!

Warangal derived from the old name Orugallu was the capital city of ancient Kakatiya Kingdom and presently the second largest city in Telangana. The main tourist attractions are 1000 pillar temple built in 12th century, Kakatiya Fort, Bhadrakali temple. Warangal is 140 km from hyderabad and is well connected by train and road.

  • Capital city of Kakatiya Kingdom!
  • Capital city of Kakatiya Kingdom!

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