Warangal Tourism info

Warangal Tourism

Warangal Tourism information

Warangal Tourism
Warangal Tourism

Welcome, today we are discussing regarding Warangal tourist places, where you can find unbeliever historical construction in the state. It is a part of telanganatourism.

Intro about Warangal District

  • Warangal previously known as Orugallu Nagaram and Ekasila Nagaram, it is the one of the finest city with the district headquarters of Warangal district located in 148 kilometers (92 mi) northeast of TelanganaStateCapital Hyderabad (We already presented detailed regarding information on HyderabadTourism).
  • The name Warangal indicates Tri-cities other are Hanamkonda and kazipet.
  • In 2014 Govt of India proposed best HRIDAY – Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana.

Warangal city is the second fastest growing city after hyderabad city.

Warangal Tourism Details

  • Warangal, once the capital of the Kakatiya Kingdom.
  • WGL TOURISM Most famous for  Warangal’s History, with beautiful lakes, fine temples, rich fauna & flora have contributed to its importance as a Tourist Centre.
  • It has beautiful Lakes, Forts, Architectural Monuments, Wild Life Sanctuary, Musical Garden, Rock Garden, Vana Vigyan Kendra, Regional Science Centre.

Warangal Tourism places and attractions

We discuss the complete best tourist places in Warangal Urban & Rural District, which makes every visitor miracle.

Temples in Warangal district
  • In wgl temples were mostly constructed in the 11th and 12th century.
  • Bhadrakali Temple or Sri Bhadrakali Devasthanam
  • Thousand Pillars Temple or Sri Rudreswara Swamy temple
  • Padmakshi Amma Temple
  • Ramappa Temple
  • Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam, Komuravelli
  • Mallikarjuna Swamy, (Inavolu, Ailoni)
  • Sammakka and Saralamma Jathara, also called as medaram.
  • Veerabhadra Swamy, kuravi.
  • Swayambhu temple, Fort Warangal.
  • Someshwara Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple (Palakurthy)
  • Ramachandra Swamy temple
  • Ganapeswara Swamy temple (Kotagullu – Station Ghanapuram)
  • Ghanpur Group of Temples
  • Trikuta Temple (Nidigonda Village)
  • Trikuta Temple (Kondaparthy Village)
  • Siva Temple – Jakaram village.
  • Panchakuta temple – Ramanujapur village
  • Reddygudi temple – Ghanpur village
  • Angadiveerannagudi (Jain temple) – Bairanpalli village
  • Siva Temple – Gudur
  • Lord Siva Temple – Katrapalli
  • Narasimha Swamy temple – Bussapur village
  • Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Temple – Kothur village
  • Ekavira Temple – Mogilicherla village
  • Two Trikuta Temples – Katakshapur village
  • Kolanupaka
  • Mettu Gutta
  • Ayyappaswami Temple
  • Govindarajula Gutta
Architectural Kakatiya Monuments
  • Warangal Fort or Khila Warangal.
  • Shitab Khan Palace.
  • Shambhunigudi (Fort Warangal)
  • Stone Circles (Alipur, Hnk)
  • Cairns (HunterRoad)
  • Inscriptions – Urusgutta
  • Survay Paparayudu Fort – Quilashapur village
  • Fort & Gadi (Thatikonda village)
  • Fort (Fortification bastions & Gateways) Zaffargadh village
  • Fort ( built by Zafaruddaula) Wardannapet
  • Stone Circles Sidapur
  • Khush Mahal
  • Pandavulagutta /pandavula guhalu
  • Dolmon burials at Tadwai forest. (Found after research in Oct 2015)
Warangal Districts Lakes and Rivers, Waterfalls
  • Pakhal Lake
  • Laknavaram Lake (With Boating)
  • Muner River
  • Ramappa lake
  • Dharmasagar River
  • Waddepalli Lake
  • katakshapur river
  • Bheemuni Paadam
Forest Areas
  • Eturnagaram wildlife sanctuary
  • Kamalapur
  • Khammama

prataparudra planetarium

Gardens and parks
Resorts and Hotels

Govt Hotel cum Residency by team tourism:

A special hotel for tourist constructed by TSTOURISM department named as HarithaHaram located at Nakkalagutta.

  1. Haritha Hotel Hanamkonda
  2. Haritha Hotel Laknavaram
  3. Haritha Hotel Ramappa

Private Hotels:

  • Ashoka (Near Hnk Chowrastha)
  • Ruchi
  • Ratna
  • Suprabha


Author: telanganatourism

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