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About Warangal

Lying at a distance of around 149 kilometers from Hyderabad, Warangal is the fifth largest city of Telangana. Known popularly for its rich historical significance, this city was once used as their capital city by the Kakatiya dynasty. Warangal city was formerly known as Orugallu, where the term “Oru” implies one and “Kallu” implies stone. According to popular old beliefs, the entire city had been carved out from a single rock.

With its impressive historical sites and exquisite natural beauty, the city of Warangal will take you back to the bygone times, when kings and queens graced this place. This beautiful place flaunts a multitude of magnificent temples that showcase brilliant architectural designs and glorious history. In addition to religious sites, this flamboyant city is also packed with a plethora of historical sites, serene lakes, and wildlife hubs, all of which add to the natural and man-made beauty of this place.

Warangal is home to a number of important attractions present in the state of Telangana. From religious sites like Thousand Pillar Temple and Bhadrakali Temple to historical spots like Warangal Fort and from wildlife shelters like Vana Vigyan Kendra Mini Zoo and Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary to nature hubs like Pakhal Lake and Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Warangal tourism has something for every traveler.

The city of Warangal offers the tourists the chance to indulge in a number of exciting activities, which adds to the fun factor of their holiday. From admiring the stunning rock cuts of Ramappa Temple to enjoying a boat ride at Laknavaram Lake and from watching the musical fountain show at Kakatiya Musical Garden to seeking blessings at Siddheshwar Temple, Warangal will fill your vacation with memorable activities.

Warangal hosts a hot and dry climatic condition, with summers being unbearable hot and monsoons bringing in heavy rainfall. The most ideal time to plan a trip to Warangal is between the winter months of October to March, when the weather remains cool and favors local sightseeing.

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