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Warangal Pilgrimage

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Bhadarakali Temple (Photo Courtesy: Srisez)
Ramappa Temple (Photo Courtesy: Ravichandrae)

Warangal is located 148 kms northeast of Hyderabad. Warangal is a student town 150 kms from Hyderabad. Waranagal is home to Bhadarakali Temple, noted for its 2.7-meter high stone image of the Goddess Kali, shown in a sitting posture.

Warangal is also visited for the Thousand Pillar Temple. Star shaped triple shrine temple was built in 1163 AD and is renowned for its carved 1000 pillars.

Other temples comprise of

# Sri Veeranarayana Temple (1104 AD), originally a Jain temple and later converted into a Vaishnava shrine in the Chalukyan style of architecture.
# Rammapa Temple houses a Shivalaya built with bricks so light that they can float on water.

Typical stay Duration: 1 night Season: Throughout

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