Category Archives: District Information

Eseva Centers in Warangal District

Eseva Centers In Warangal, Hanamkonda, Kazipet (And Warangal District) 1. A Prapurna Chary Nekkonda Communications Mro Office, Nekkonda, Warangal – 506122 9866306065 2. Abdul Gafar Pasha Mahammad Pasha Communications H.n.o: 2-138/8d, Gandhi Nagar, Narsampet, Warangal-506132 8790479158 3. Adepu Raheem RR

Medaram Sammakka Saralamma Temple

Medaram Sammakka Saralamma Temple Sammakka Saralamma Temple- Warangal is one of the oldest Tribal temples of Andhra Pradesh. It is famous for the celebration of the tribal Jathra. It is held in the dense forests of Medaram in Eturnagaram mandal

Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam

Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam in Ayinavolu which is located near warangal is one of the most frequented temples by devotees to worship and to spend time in peace. The natures beauty and the peaceful atmosphere attracts

Vana Vignan Kendram

Vana Vignan Kendram – Hanamkonda, Zoo Park where Children and Family can Enjoy The Vana Vignan Kendra is a Park, setup by the Forest Department with the help of District Administration in order to bring the nature with its wilderness

Temples in Warangal District

Temples in Warangal District SRI BHADRAKALI DEVASTHANAM, WARANGAL This temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali, the Giant moyher Goddess, with fierce looking eyes and face. The Diety is believed to be worshipped bt the Historic ruler pulakesin-II of Chalukya Dynasty

ATM CENTERS in Warangal District

ATM CENTERS in Warangal District Andhra Bank ATM CentersĀ  1.Opp Ashoka Theater, HanamkondaChowrastha, Hanamkonda. 2.Near Mahankali Gudi,GopalaswamyTemple, Opp. Padmavathi College Lane, MGM Road,Warangal. 3.Warangal Chowrasta, Station Road,Warangal. 4.Near KUC X Roads, Naimnagar, Hanamkonda. 5.Nakkala gutta, AndhraBank, Hanamkonda. 6.Near Bhavani Theater

Thousand (1000) Pillars Temple

History The Thousand Pillar Temple is one of the very old temples of south India built by the Kakatiyans of Chalukyan dynasty. It is believed that the marvelous thousand pillared temple was built by King Rudra Deva in 1163 AD.

Warangal Fort

Warangal Fort – The fort dates back to the 13th century, lies at a distance of 2 Km from Warangal Railway station. The fort was built by Kakatiya king, Ganapati Deva and his daughter Rudramma.Warangal fort has been ravaged over

Laknavaram Lake

Laknavaram Lake is around 78Km from Warangal and 6km from Govindaraopet. Tourists coming from Warangal direction has to take the NH 202 road towards Mulugu. After crossing mulugu, drive 8Km to the right direction into the thick forest to reach

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Welcome to The first Online portal in warangal district to provide information about warangal district at finger tips.