Goddess Bhadrakali is one of the 10 great manifestations of Hindu mythology and is also a good place among all other Warangal places. The temple of Warangal is dedicated to the God of Wrath, who becomes the keeper of good over evil. The temple was constructed in 625 AD when the Chalukya kings ruled. The best part of the temple which attracts tourists from all over the country is its amazing architecture and picturesque environment. The presence of the lake in the temple actually creates an undeniable sacred serenity about the place, where tourists can feel the soft moving air and enjoy boating in the calm waters of the lake.
Thousand Pillar Temple
This temple of Warangal has become the identity of this state. There is an influx of people to see this temple. Sri Rudreshwar Swami is worshiped in this temple situated on Hanamkonda hill. In this temple you will see a huge statue of rock-cut elephant and Nandi.
Kulpakshi Jain Temple
Kulapakshi Jain Temple is an ancient temple which is considered to be of great importance to the Jain community. It is believed that the original idol of Lord Adinath was installed here. The temple complex also houses statues of eight Jain Tirthankaras. The architecture of the temple with amazing stone carvings attracts tourists in large numbers. You must also visit this place at least once to enjoy this place.
The magnificent structure of the Ramappa temple is located about 77 kilometers from the main city of Warangal, which is at the center of the ancient capital of the Kakatiya dynasty. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple is believed to have been constructed over a period of 40 years. It was built by General Rechella Rudra during the period of Kakatiya ruler Ganapati Deva. The shikhara of the Ramappa temple is a classic example of the Kakatiya style and is covered in elaborate carvings that depict life in the olden times. The intricate architecture and powerful foundations have stood the test of time and are a marvelous sight in the culture and history of Hyderabad.