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8 Must Visit Places In Warangal


Warangal, located in Telangana is a beautiful city with a glorious past. We find that many places gain the attention of tourists with one or two spectacular spots that are world famous. On the other side, we find certain places that have historical importance, stunning landscape and yet not on the top list on tourists’ favorite destinations. Only few places enjoy the best of both worlds. They possess natural beauty, man made wonders and are widely recognized. Warangal has its own strengths being culturally rich and blessed with abundance by Mother Nature. If you have doubts about spending your vacation at Warangal, you will find that your doubts were misplaced once you step into the fascinating land. Here are the top 8 places to visit in Warangal that you need to include in your travel plan.

1. Warangal Fort

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Warangal Fort belongs to the 13th century when it was constructed by King Ganapati Deva. The fort was intended to be his second capital. The exquisite carved pillars and arches add attraction to the fort. The fort houses a temple, which is dedicated to Swayambhudevi, Mother Earth. The fort being invincible was called the seat of power. The main fort consists of 45 towers. The entrance of the fort is built in South Indian architectural style. The fort is in ruins but still provides room for interesting study that aids in research of ancient history and sculptures.

2. Thousand Pillar Temple

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Thousand Pillar Temple belongs to the 12th century. It is located near Hanamkonda-Warangal highway. The construction displays the influence of Kakatiyan architectural style. The temple is dedicated to three gods namely Shiva, Surya and Vishnu. The temple earns the name owing to the thousand pillars that are uniquely adorned and carved. Rock cut elephants and the intricate stonework add beauty to the temple. Excellent sculptures and perforated screens need special mention.

3. Pakhal Lake

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Pakhal Lake is a man made lake believed to have been constructed during 1213 AD. The lake is situated amidst lush forests and hilly terrain. The 30 sq. km lake offers breathtaking views. The lake has yet another attraction in Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary, which borders along the shorelines of the lake. A stunning range of plants and animals are found here.

4. Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary

The village Eturnagaram is a beautiful place in Warangal, which is amidst dense forest. With river Godavari running close by, the sanctuary offers breathtaking views. You could spot some rare animals in the sanctuary, which is one of the earliest sanctuaries established in the country. The animals found here include tiger, panther, jackals, wolf, deer, sloth bear and many more.

5. Kakatiya Rock Garden

Kakatiya Rock Garden is situated near the Fort temple. It is one of the popular tourist attractions in Warangal. Rock statues of various animals such as lions, deer and antelopes are found here. The garden is artistically maintained with the rocks and plants arranged decoratively. The artificial waterfalls in the rock garden is beautiful. Children love the playgrounds here.

6. Kakatiya Musical Garden

Kakatiya Musical Garden is situated near Bhadrakali temple. The 15 acres of garden attracts tourists in great numbers. The musical fountain is a visual feast. Operated using a computer, the musical fountain is the star attraction here. Set against a backdrop of mammoth rock with artificial waterfall, the fountain is awe-inspiring. Boating is available here.

7. Bhadrakali Temple

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Bhadrakali Temple belongs to the 8th century and it is among the oldest temples constructed for Goddess Bhadrakali. The idol of Goddess Kali is enshrined in this temple, which is situated on a hill. The ancient temple was built during the reign of Kakatiya Dynasty. The construction bears the influence of Chalukya architectural style. The rock formations that were naturally formed around the temple make the place more serene.

8. Ramappa Lake


Ramappa Lake
is located near Ramappa temple. It was constructed by Kakatiya rulers. The picturesque lake spreads across 82 sq. kms and with hill ranges at the backdrop, the views are spectacular. A splendid place to walk, the lake offers boating facilities as well. The place is serene and you will find yourself unwinding to enjoy the beauty of nature.

The various tourist places in Warangal boast of the cultural richness and abundant natural beauty. Every place here reminds you of its historical past. Have a great time enjoying the tour for your eyes and your interest.

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