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Warangal is the Indian tourist place comes in Andhra Pradesh State. The only distance of 148 km from state capital Hyderabad allows visitors to reach the spot easily. Warangal municipal area is the group of 3 different cities such as Warangal, Kazipet and Hanamakonda. Average population of Warangal is 0.9 million adding the small cities Kazipet and Hanamakonda.

Warangal actually comes under Telangana District of AP (Andhra Pradesh). The city is renowned because of temples and recently constructed tourist places. Climate of city is dry and hot so attaining to Warangal in summer could be difficult period for visitors. March to May is the period when travelers should rarely plan for this place as the temperature in day goes to approximately 42 °C which is really high. Warangal is best spot in monsoon and rains start in June till September. The dry winter with mild cold is best period to reach Warangal. This description means people can attain to spot from November to February which is finest period.

Tourist Areas in Warangal:
Warangal Fort: the castle built at some point of Kaktiya ruling period. This citadel was constructed in 13th century. The 4 huge gateways constructed in Sanchi style are best thing to watch of fort. The gate of Fort is top instance of South Indian structural design.

Bhadrakali Temple: Warangal is popular religious destination of India having south Indian style shrines at many locations of the city. The Bhadrakali Shrine is one constructed in 8th century by Kakatiya Empire. However, temple is still strong and can live more years. This holy place enshrines the deity Maha Kali who is the mother divinity in Hindu myths.

Padmakshi Temple: next religious spot of Warangal is Padmakshi temple which was built in 12th century. This delightful shrine is of Goddess Padmakshi who is the important deity in Warangal. The superb pillar of temple is recognized as Annakonda Pillar made of black stone.

Ramappa Temple: another temple where voyagers can visit is Ramappa Temple. The shrine was constructed in South India Style during Kaktiya Empire. This grand old temple is from 12th century devoted to God Shiva. On Maha Shivratri the temple is beautifully decorated and kertan is done whole day.

Siddeshwara Temple: Warangal is full of temples and Siddheshwara is one more shrine where travelers can take blessings of Lord Shiva. This old shrine is situated close to Hanamkonda. Structural design of shrine is marvelous alike architectural design of Chalukyan style. Decoration and complexly carved pillars is special thing to watch in shrine.

Sri Veeranarayana Temple: this Temple was built in 1104. The shrine is positioned at Kolanupaka which is beautiful city of Warangal region. Shri Veeranarayana is the incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu and devotees have huge faith in Lord Vishnu in Warangal.  

Thousand Pillared Shrine: wonder holy place for visitors is Thousand Pillar Shrine. This place of worship is positioned at Hanumakonda hill. Construction year was around 1163 AD and founder was Ruler Rudra Dev from Kakatiya Empire. 1000 pillars of temple are main attraction for voyagers.

Kakatiya Musical Garden: people love music in garden can visit the regal musical garden of Warangal. The park is situated close to Bhadrakali Shrine spread in around 15+ acres area. Visual look of musical fountain cannot be described in words so visitors have to attain the spot to enjoy fountain on music. Colorful garden is also the key attraction of park.

Kakatiya Rock Garden: The best park of Warangal is amazingly constructed to draw attention of voyagers. Visiting rock garden will relax the visitors and remove their tiredness of city visit. Local people are reaching the spot in huge quantity especially on weekends. Park is positioned close to Fort temple so reaching there will open the gate of other tourist spots of Warangal.

Pakhal Lake: this manmade lake is major attraction for nature lovers. The pond is constructed by doing small partition of Krishna River flowing from outer area of Warangal town. Experts say Pakhal Lake is constructed in 1213 AD by rulers of Kakatiya Empire.

Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary: EWS (Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary) is also known as EFWR (Eturnagaram forest wildlife refuge). The park is situated close to Warangal town allow voyagers to watch wild animals such as tiger, wolf, spotted dear and many more.

Attaining to Warangal:
By Air: going through history the Mamnoor village airport was the biggest airport of India till 1947. It was constructed by Nizams of Hyderabad, though it was used for charted and air force plans only. The airport is situated on the outskirts and no more in use for flights. However, charted plains are still flying from this port. Today the closest international airport for Warangal is RGIA (Rajiv Gandhi International Airport) situated at Hyderabad which is just 160 kms distance from city.

By Rail: Warangal Railway Station is big station linked through many big cities of India. The south central railway is managing trains for Warangal from various north and other areas of India. Kazipet Junction is next huge railway station located at only distance of 13 kms. Trains from HyderabadDelhiVijayawadaChennai, and Kolkata are available in large quantity for Warangal. However, many other cities are also having crossing trains to reach Warangal.

By Road: NH 202 is under construction which connects the capital city Hyderabad to Bhopalapatnam City in Chhattisgarh. The half portion of highway is contracted which passes Warangal City. The another key bus stations of Warangal is Hanamakonda. Deluxe buses coming from long distance are attaining both bus stations. Luxury buses are available from BangaloreHyderabadChennai, Tirupathi, Hubli, Anantapur, and Belgaum. The cities offering bus service for Warangal are Vijayawada, Jangaon, Cherial, Kodad, Nizamabad, Karimnagar, Adilabad, Palampet, Suryapet, Jagtial, Narsampet, Mahabubabad, Parkal, Bhadrachalam, Khammam and Basar.
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