Discover the best top things to do in Warangal (Urban) District, India including Sri Vidya Saraswathi Shani Temple, Bhadrakali Temple, Inavolu Mallanna Temple, Ramappa Temple, Padmakshi Temple, Kulpakji, Govindarajula Gutta Hill, Thousand Pillar Temple, ISKCON Warangal Temple, Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple.
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Best place to go, the scenic beauty will be superb. Worshipping the goddess in this temple gives us peace and happiness, food provision (Anna dhanam) will be there after visiting temple in the morning. Kunkumarchan and aarti to goddess doesn't make us leave without watching it
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Bhadrakali temple of Warangal is very famous. Many people believe Bhadrakali Amma fulfills the desires of the devotees. She is imposing and her darshan fills us with joy.
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Near warangal in Telangana state. Built by the kaktiyas. The symettry and exquisite carvings leave you spellbound. A single stone column gives 7 different sounds. A huge nandi beckons the visitors. The carvings around the temple can best be explained by sekhar, the local guide. It's a must visit place
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We decided to go o this Jain temple when we visited Hyderabad. The place is also called Kulpakji and is very familiar to Jains. The temple is known to many Jains who are regular going on pilgrimage. The main idol here is around 2000 years old of Shri Mahavir Swami. There are also idols of Adeshwar Bhagwan, Neminath bhagwan and Parshwanathji & Simandharswamiji. The whole temple is divided in three parts. Main temple old one is in centre and on right side newly made temple of chowmukhji with Simandharswami as mulnayak. on left side there is Guru mandir of Jindatt suriji. The old Dharamshala is engulfing the temple perifery also there is new dharamshala neary by having better facilities then old one. There is no rent for old dharamshala and for new dharamshala rent is 500 rupees per day. Its huge complex and there is facility for Hot water and Food (Bhojanshala) . The cost is not there whatever you want to donate you can for stay and for Food also. We reached there at Night and settled in old dharamshala as we had not done booking. It was simple room with Toilet and 2 beds. Since it is free and old it's not very well maintained. Advisable to stay in new dharamshala only. In morning you hear birds chirping and Monkeys jumping on your roof , lots of them in whole compound. There is utmost silence otherwise and you have a different feeling if you are from a crowded city. Morning 8 am the pakshal starts, three persons are allowed from family who takes chadhava or Boli. Rate is 2.5 Rs per Mun. We were lucky to do pooja along with family who took chadhava as priest was kind enough to let us do some rituals. They take out the shield from Idol for nearly 20-3- minutes during which you have darshan of Shri Mahavir bhagwans idol totally of Dark green colour. Its magnificent and unique as I have never seen any idol like this before. Navkarsi starts from 7.30 am ill 9.00 am where you have breakfast . We did pooja first and then took Breakfast. We left at 10.15 am as we had to visit 2 other temples of 72 Jinalaya near Medchal and Navgraha Temple at Chevalla. I woul strongly recommend staying here for at least 2 days here to experience real serinity and peace. The place is accessible from Alair Station also via Auto but there are very few and they can charge upto Rs 200 for 8 km distance. Alair can be reached from Secundarabad Railway Station though few trains are there through day.
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This gutta is very nice ... Govindarajula Gutta is a small village surrounded by hilly terrain and lush green forests and is located close to Waranal. One of the major attractions of this village is a famous temple of Lord Shiva, which often sees many visitors. It is a strong belief among the locals that the deity of this temple has supernatural powers.
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The temple is situated in the heart of warangal city.One shall feel proud of INDIAN heritage, construction techniques on entering the temple. From out side ,the temple resembles one single stone block like Ellora Kailash temple .But it is a temple made of several stone blocks ,all interlocked. The look of the temple and its architecture gives an impression that there are 1000 pillers but it is not true. Except the locking system between the stones ,no lime morter is used..There is inlay hairline gaps between the stones. IT speaks of very high technology which was in force in ancient India
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