Ramappa lake is a magnificent example of irrigation work of Kakatiya rulers constructed in 13- century A.D. during Ganapathi dava's time. its water is spread over an area of more than 82sq.kms with lush greenery all around. the lake is over looked by beautiful hill ranges in the background providing a spectacular view especially at sunset time. it is an excellent place for lovers of picnic and one can simple come here and relax under the shade of sprawling trees or walk around appreciating the beauty of nature or h... read more
The Thousand Pillared temple is located at Hanumakonda. The carvings on the temple are quite beautiful. The Hanumakonda was the ancient capital of Kakatiyas of Warangal.
The famous "Thousand Pillar Temple" built in 1163 A.D. by Rudra Deva, is located between Hanamkonda and Warangal, the twin towns. An excellent model of Kakatiya architecture, built in the style of Chalukya temples - a star-shaped and triple-shrine, with perforated screens, exquisite icons and rock cut elephants. The Thousand Pillared temple are... read more
In Palampet, there is a temple called the Ramappa temple.Here, one can find some gorgeous stone carvings. Also know as Ramalingeswara temple, which is 70-km form Warangal Ramappa temple is a beautiful monument dates back to 1213 AD. It depicts the brilliance and richness of the Kakatiya kingdom.
The Ramalingeswara temple, popularly called Ramappa Temple, is a classic example of Kakatiyan architecture.The Shivalaya stands majestically on a six-ft high star-shaped platform. Ramappa temple is famous for its rich, ... read more
Tirupati town is 67-km from Chittoor in Chittoor district, the southern portion of Andhra Pradesh. The most important place of interest at the place is the historic shrine of Sri Venkateswara, the Lord of Seven Hills, who is famous all over the country.
The shrine is situated on a hill at Tirumala, a cluster of seven hills known as Seshachalam or Venkatachalam with an elevation of 853m (2,800ft.) over the sea level. Said to be the richest temple in the world, this temple is a vibrant cultural and philanthropic i... read more
Bhadrakali Temple Set on a hilltop between Hanumakonda and Warangal, the Bhadrakali temple is noted for its stone image of the Goddess Kali. She is depicted with eight arms and carries a weapon in each hand. Bhadrakali Cheruvu is adjacent to this temple.
Introduction to the Warangal Fort of Andhra Pradesh: The Warangal Fort is located at the top of a hill and is one of the most important sites in India. It is renowned for numerous temples and artifacts that are present here. The monuments and temples at Warangal are renowned for the elegant architectural structures. It displays the gorgeous Kakatiya architecture and they are mostly constructed by the Kakatiyan dynasty and display rare architectural skill and talent. Description of the Warangal Fort in Andhra Prades... read more