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Fort in Warangal

Fort

Warangal’s fort, on the southern edge of town, was a massive construction with three circles of walls (the outermost 7km in circumference). Most of it is now either fields or buildings, but at the centre is a huge, …
Hindu Temple in Warangal

1000-Pillared Temple

The 1000-Pillared Temple, constructed in the 12th century, is in a leafy setting and is a fine example of Kakatiya architecture and sculpture. Unusually, the cross-shaped building has shrines to the sun god Surya (t…
Multicuisine in Warangal

Seasons

With subtle lighting, attractive seating and a varied menu that includes popular Chinese, Middle Eastern and Indian dishes, Seasons is a good choice for an atmospheric meal.
Andhra in Warangal

Sri Geetha Bhavan

Good South Indian meals in pleasant AC surroundings. Follow the Supreme Hotels sign.
Historic Site in Warangal

Svayambhu Temple

At the centre of Warangal fort are the partly reassembled remains of this huge Shaivite temple, with four handsome, large torana gateways standing at its cardinal points. There's a sound-and-light show in the evenin…
Hindu Temple in Warangal

Bhadrakali Temple

The lakeside Bhadrakali Temple, 2km southeast of the 1000-Pillared Temple, enshrines a striking idol of the mother goddess Kali sitting with a weapon in each of her eight hands.
South Indian in Warangal

Kanishka

Well-priced and tasty meals in the Hotel Ashoka compound.
Park in Warangal

Park

This park contains the high rock Ekashila Gutta, which is topped by another Kakatiya temple overlooking a water tank. The park is almost opposite the Svayambhu Temple entrance
Hindu Temple in Warangal

Siddeshwara Temple

On the south side of Hanumakonda Hill; this temple may date back as far as the 3rd century AD.