Warangal is a famous city located in the Indian state of Telangana. In the previous times, it served as the capital of the Kaktiya kingdom. The Kaktiyas ruled over this region but it was soon invaded and conquered by the Mughals. Today, the city of Warangal houses the amazing splendors that were erected during the times of the Kaktiya and Mughal.
Warangal is located 990 feet above the sea level and unfolds over huge acres of land. It shares its boundaries with Karimnagar in North, Nalgonda in South, Medak in West and Khammam in East. The climate of Warangal is described as moderate in nature. The region experiences scorching summers with an average temperature of 39°C and mild winters with the median mercury level of 17°C. It doesn’t receive the sufficient amount of rainfall according to its geography.
Warangal houses the ruins of the monuments that were constructed during the reign of Kaktiya dynasty. It includes the fortresses, Shiva Temple, warangal fort, thousand pillar temple, massive stone gateways, Ramappa Temple and the mosques that were built during the reign of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.