Warangal is a district located in the southern state of Telangana in India, and was the capital of the Kakatiya kingdom that ruled from 12 to 14th century AD. Warangal was also referred to as Orguguallu or Omtikonda in olden times, due to the presence of an enormous hillock that is evidently carved out of a single stone. Warangal city is located in Warangal district, which also comprises of Hanamkonda and Kazipet.
Center of power during Kakatiya reign in 12th to 14th century, Warangal is now a heritage city with umpteen numbers of sightseeing opportunities. Traces of past that can be seen in various buildings such as Warangal Fort, Kush Mahal, etc. At the same time spiritual atmosphere at various ancient temples such as Thousand Pillar temple, Ramappa temple, Sammakka Saralamma Temple leave visitors entranced. Warangal tourism also offers tourists with the opportunity to experience refreshing nature and explore rich fauna and flora. Lakes, wildlife sanctuaries and captivating rock formations are sure to attract nature lovers.
Boasting of great historical significance and architectural excellence Warangal is indeed a palec not to be missed by a travel enthusiast. Plan a Warangal tour to spend a few days amid the splendor of past and simplistic beauty of nature.