Warangal is a beautiful city in Telangana filled with the best and most glorious past. You can find various places that attract the attention of the tourists with one or two spectacular spots that are famous globally. In comparison, you can find some places with historical significance and stunning landscapes.

Warangal is about 140 kilometres northeast of Hyderabad. It was amongst the most important cities during the Kakatiya Dynasty, which ruled over a large part of present-day Andhra Pradesh from the 11th-14th centuries. Warangal is the fifth largest city in the state and is an imperative tourist place with beautiful architectural work that attracts most people worldwide.

Once you are in this city, you will get the opportunity to spend your days exploring the wide variety of interesting Warangal tourist places.

Nearby Attractions In Warangal

Laknavaram Lake

Laknavaram Lake is, without a doubt, the most popular visiting place in Warangal. It is a massive place that spreads across more than 10,000 acres of area. The Kakatiya ruler discovered this place and then built the sluice over the lake to make it serve as a waterreservoir. The lake water serves as the source of irrigation water for six villages which comprise around 3,500 acres of land.

When you visit this beautiful place, you will get the opportunity to explore the breathtaking scenic beauty. If you love sunset, you can visit this place as the sunset in this place is incredibly mesmerizing. If you want to explore the lake, you can get the facility of boating.

​A 160 meters long suspension bridge over the lake is another great public attraction. Walking through the bridge with the significant spread of water around you and the refreshing greenery of nearby hills will make your trip more memorable.

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Thousand Pillar Temple, Warangal

The thousand pillar temple is the most popular place to visit in Warangal. This beautiful place is at the base of Hanamkonda hill. This place was first built in the 12th century by the Kakatiya King Rudra Deva. This place is dedicated primarily to Lord Shiva.

There is another name for this temple known as Sri Rudreshwara Swamy Temple. In this temple, there are three deities – Lord Vishnu, Lord Surya, and Lord Shiva, who the locals worship. They are known as the Trikutalayam. There are also three shrines, each dedicated to each deity.

This place is famous due to its intricately carved pillars. The massive sculpture of Nandi carved out of a single rock is another attraction that makes this place worth a visit.

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Warangal Fort

This place is the perfect example of the architectural fineness of the Kakatiya Reign, which was built in the 13th century. This place was built by King Ganapati Deva and was later developed by his daughter Rani Rudrama Devi. Later additions made to this fort were also made by King Prataparuda ll, also known as Rudradeva ll; he was the last ruler of the Kakatiya Kingdom.

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Pakhal Lake

Pakhal Lake is a manufactured lake believed to have been built during 1213 AD. This beautiful and soothing place is amidst the lush forest and hilly terrain. The 30 sq. km lake will provide you with the best views you have ever seen before. This lake has another attraction, the Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary, which borders the lake’s shorelines. It is a stunning range of plants, and you can also find the cutest animals there.

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Things To Do When In Warangal

Kakatiya Musical Garden

This musical garden happens to be the best of its kind and is among the best places to visit in Warangal. This place is situated close to the Bhadrakali temple. This massive garden is spread over more than 15 acres. You will also find the mammoth rock and an artificial waterfall in the background of the Kakatiya Musical Garden.

The authorities have made a manufactured lake in which you can go boating. If you are looking for a place where you can relax in the evening, the great light and sound arrangement mark every evening in this garden. The musical fountain is the best visual feast and is the star attraction.

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