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Warangal, once the capital of the Kakatiya Kingdom lying south of the River Godavari, is the fifth largest city in Andhra Pradesh located about 157 kms From Hyderabad. It is an important cultural centre of the Telangana region. The ancient history, beautiful lakes, fine architectural temples, rich fauna and flora have contributed its importance to Warangal as a Tourist Centre.

Warangal General Information

  • Area: 54.98Sq.Km
  • Population: 32, 31,174
  • Altitude: 342 mt. above sea level
  • Rainfall: 82.5cm. Average yearly
  • Language: Hindi, Telgu, & English
  • Clothing:
  • Summer – Cottons
  • Winters – Light Woolens
  • Temperature:
  • Summer: 39.60C Min: 23.20C
  • Winter : 300C Min:13.50C
  • Season: Sept-Feb

How to Get There

By Air

The nearest Airport is Hyderabad situated at a distance of 130 Kms from Warangal.

By Rail

Warangal is linked with all important cities like Hyderabad,

By Road

Warangal is easily accessible by road from Hyderabad and Vijayawada.

Place to visit

Thousand Pillar Temple

One of the most famous monument of Andhra Pradesh, the Thousand Pillar Temple, located in Hanamkonda, was built in 1163 AD by the Kaktiya King Rudra Deva, following the Chalukya style of temple architecture.

Warangal Fort

Built by the Kaktiyas, during the reign of King Ganpati Deva in the 13th century, the once impregnable fort combines geometrical intricacies and beautifully carved arches. The fort has 45 towers and pillars spread over a radius of 19 km

Khush Mahal

A mute testimony to a glorious past is the Khush Mahal, a masterpiece built by Shitabh Khan. Located close to the Warangal Fort, this magnificent edifice house idols excavated in the surrounding areas.

Ramappa Temple

The Ramalingeswara temple, popularly known as Ramappa temple, is situated in Palampet Village, 70 km from Warangal. In architectural beauty it is second only to the temple of Belur and Halebid of the Hoyasala Empire in Karnatka.

Ramappa Lake

Includes Ramappa Temple and boating facility in Ramappa Lake. The Kakatiya rulers followed the traditions of constructing a tank adjacent to a temple. In line with this tradition, the Ramappa Lake was also constructed near the Ramappa temple.

Bhadrakali Temple

Situated at a top of Hillock between and Warangal it is famous for the stone image of the goddess with eight-armed with a weapon in each hand is shown in a sitting posture.

Pakhal Lake

A trip to Warangal is not complete without a sojourn at the charming Pakhal Lake. Moonlit nights on the shores of this lake are simply heavenly. Situated about 50 km from Warangal,

Eturunagaram Sanctuary

About 80 km from Warangal, the Eturunagaram Sanctuary, Situated along the bank of River Godavery, is home to the spotted Deer, Blackbuck, Nilgai, Sloth Bear, Panther and Tiger. The best season to visit Eturunagaram is between October and May.


Located on the Warangal Hyderbad road (80 km from Hyderabad and 50 km from Warangal), Kolanupaka is an enlivening fusion of history and religion. Kolanupaka is famous as a great pilgrims centre for Jains. Kolanupaka has a number of ancient temples, some of them even 2000 years old, of great important to Jains.


The Kakatiyas extensively used sheet metal art to decorate chariots and temples. With the fall of the Kakatiyas Empire the art had a slow death. But it was revived during the reign of the Nizams of Hyderabad. Pembarti, located 60 Km from Warangal, is famous for the sheet metal art. For the lovers of arts and crafts the town is worth a visit.


Cheriyal village in Warangal district is home to the famous Cheriyal scroll paintings. The paintings in earth colors, depicting mythological stories, find great popularity as wall decorations.

Shopping in Warangal

There are a number of reasons why Warangal in Andhra Pradesh is one of the favorite destinations of those visiting South India. Warangal, the heartland of Andhra Pradesh had been the seat of Telegu culture and literature in the ancient times. It is also the home of some of the finest specimens of architecture in South India, in the form of many historical monuments, palaces, forts and temples.. Though these are reasons enough to visit this city in Andhra Pradesh, the additional factor that draws in tourists there is also the excitement of shopping in Warangal. Warangal is also a shopper’s paradise like most of the cities in Andhra Pradesh.

Things to buy in Warangal

There are a number of things that you can buy while shopping in Warangal. Among them, they must on the list are the handicrafts items that are made in the local villages with extreme finery. Then there are include brass items, carpets, scroll paintings etc. Warangal is also famous for the fine Warangal carpets which are popular in both the national and international markets.