If you are history buff and love to spend a holiday amidst the historic ruins, then a trip to Warangal is just perfect. It is a city of intricately carved stone temples, massive forts, and charming beauty that will take you back in the ancient time. This heritage city was once used to be the capital of the Kakatiyas in the 12th to 14th centuries. The notable fort at Warangal was a medieval citadel admired by brave travelers of Marco Polo's vintage. Some of the most remarkable relics of the south lie scattered here in Warangal amidst grassy hills and forests. Apart from historic beauty, you can find various gardens, Wildlife Park around Pakhal Lake and much more. For exclusive handicrafts and brassware items as souvenirs you can visit the Lepakshi Emporium. So, enjoy Warangal tour by booking your favorite Warangal holiday package offered by EaseMyTrip.in.
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This castle had been built in the era of the Kakatiya period in the 13th century. The massive fort has four enormous gateways fashioned in Sanchi manner at the entry. The whole design of this fort is the finest example of South Indian architecture.
Kakatiya Musical Garden:
This is amongst the most adorable Warangal attractions. This garden is nestled in close proximity of the renowned Bhadrakali temple. It span over an area of 15 acres. A visually pleasing melodious cascade accompanied with eye catching multihued illumination is the main attraction of the garden.
Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary (Near Warangal):
Located close to Warangal town, Eturnagaram the wildlife refuge is considered as one of the impressive ancient sanctuaries in India. This wildlife sanctuary is opaque with deciduous and excellent teak woods. It even conserves many wild animals like tiger, wolf, spotted dear etc.
Built by the Kakatiya dynasty during the eighth century, this temple of Kalimata is located on a sacred mount nearby Warangal.
Thousand Pillared Temple (Near Warangal):
This holy shrine is placed in the peak of the Hanumakonda Mountain. You would get to visit this temple while going towards Warangal as it is located on the Hanamkonda- Warangal highway. This amazing shrine was built by King Rudra Dev in 1163 AD. It is shaped with intricately engraved thousand pillars.
Kakatiya Rock Garden:
It is a skillfully built garden close to the Fort temple with multiple rock structures of various animals, such as lion, deer, giraffe, etc.
Other Tourist Places:
Padmakshi Temple, Pakhal Lake, Govindarajula Gutta and Warangal Planetarium are some of the other tourist attractions of the city.