Category: Warangal Tourism

Warangal Fort

About Warangal Fort Another tourist attraction in Warangal a must visiting place is the Warangal Fort. Built on a hillock Ekashila in the 13th century, this fort is one of the architectural masterpieces of the Kakatiya dynasty. Built by King Ganapatideva and later by his daughter Rani Rudrama, Warangal Fort is symbolic of the historic opulence of the region under the rule of the Kakatiya Kingdom. Located next to the southeast of the city of Warangal, is an important landmark of the State of Telangana, presenting a perfect example of excellence in architecture and rich history. Built in three...

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Pakhal Lake

About Pakhal Lake The Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful and attracting tourist spot located in Warangal District, Telangana. This Sanctuary is located around the shores of Lake Pakhal, it was established in 1213AD by the Kakatiya dynasty. In the 13th century Pakhal lake was claimed and named after the man who discovered it. The vast grounds of this seductive sanctuary are covered by an area of 860 square kilometers. It has a beautiful landscape with a fascinating range of low hills where wild animals have the opportunity to nest in the plateau with a safe atmosphere. The environment...

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Laknavaram Lake

Why you should visit Laknavaram Lake? “The place is attracting tourists in droves, thanks to the initiatives taken by the Tourism Department. Laknavaram lake is one of the engineering marvels of the Kakatiya kings which was built at an excellent geographical location.”“The place is attracting tourists in droves, thanks to the initiatives taken by the Tourism Department. Laknavaram lake is one of the engineering marvels of the Kakatiya kings which was built at an excellent geographical location.” –By The Hindu newspaper The air-conditioned wooden cabins at Laknavaram Lake resorts in the Warangal district pocketed the most innovative product of...

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Bhadrakali Temple warangal

Interesting Facts Of Bhadrakali Temple warangal • As by the writings on the wall of the temple this temple is built by King Pulakesi II, Chalukya dynasty around 625 A.D. to commemorate his victory over the Andhra Desham Vengi region. • City of Warangal have adopted as their “Goddess Bhadrakali Kula Devatha” give it preference over other gods. • The Lake was an artificial lake which is built by Ganapathi Deva, a Minister of the Kakatiya dynasty. • The temple lost its importance during Bahamani Golkonda Sultans and leaders. • In 1950, Sri Ganapathi Sastri a Brahmin and devotee...

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