Discover the best top things to do in Warangal (Urban) District, India including Sri Vidya Saraswathi Shani Temple, Bhadrakali Temple, Ramappa Temple, Padmakshi Temple, Laknavaram Cheruvu, Ramappa Lake, Govindarajula Gutta Hill, Warangal Fort, Thousand Pillar Temple, Kakatiya Musical Garden.
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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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Laknavaram pond is located in warangal district of Telangana state. It is famous place to visit. During rainy season it's awesome experience and it's beautiful scenery. Having fun friends in boat ride, and cottage s also maintained very good manner. Nice place to refresh from stupid tensions ????
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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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A peaceful place to look. A visit to Warangal fort is sure to leave you fascinated with the gracefulness of its architecture and brilliance that is ruins display now. The remains of the fort have been recognized as monument of national importance by the Archaeological survey of India.
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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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The famous 4 Kakatiya thoranas are present here.The red stone structure, now in ruins, should have been majestic. Many pillars and other sculptures are fine carvings
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