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  • Rama Krishna R
    Hyderabad, India15 contributions
    With my wife, I went to Ramappa Haritha resort in Dec 22 and felt excited to see the fine architecture and and magnificent structural design of this Ramappa heritage site. The nearby Ramappa lake of another great attraction with boating and scenic views. Haritha resort nearby is the only place for stay with lake facing cotteges and rooms. Nice place to enjoy in Northern Telangana region.
    Written 3 January 2023
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  • av92017
    Hyderabad, India4 contributions
    Mata's gracious murti is a sight to behold.
    The place is well managed. Place has unique energy to refresh you.
    Written 18 October 2022
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  • Surya Katakam
    Hyderabad, India1,846 contributions
    Thousand Pillar is Temple is among the oldest temples of South India. It has been beautifully built with 1000 intricately curved pillars that are too close knit that they almost look like a wall around the temple.

    Thousand Pillar Temple is Dedicated Rudrakeswara Swamy Temple which is located in Hanmakonda of Warangal District. This temple is also added to World Heritage sites recognized by UNESCO

    This temple was Built between 1175-1324 CE by Rudra Deva King. Most of the Kakatiya Kings temples are constructed as Trikuteswara Temples, means Three Shrines together in one temple. this is also Trikuteswara temple with Three Presiding deities, Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Surya Deva.

    The Temple as a Star shaped architecture and supported by the pillars that are richly curved.

    Another Mesmerized part is Nandi Statue, Made up of Black basalt stone.

    Ramappa Temple and Thousand pillar temples are the Best Example for Kakatiya's Finest art of construction and Architecture

    Temple Timings:
    Morning 05:00 to Evening 09:00 (All Days)
    Written 15 May 2021
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  • Pueppschen
    Chennai (Madras), India76 contributions
    Warangal Fort was mostly in ruins with government keeping many artifacts out in the open area which was protected by gates all around. The sculpting on the broken pillars were marvelous. Because it has rained earlier that day the weather was conducive for our walks, otherwise it would have been clearly hot. The lawns were lush with green grass and it looked like an open ground with pillars and beautiful statues stacked up. The intricate carvings, the geometrical patterns were too perfect. It is indeed worth a visit. There is a small entrance fee with an ID proof. It would take a maximum of 1 hour to fully access and enjoy the place. The commute travel from the railway station would be 10 mins from the railway station
    Written 24 March 2022
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  • Ravindra V
    Hyderabad, India1,153 contributions
    The main idol at this temple complex is Saraswati Devi but there are other temples as well like Venkateswara Swamy, Ganesh etc. This place is very peaceful and divine. People usually go here for Aksharabhayasam.
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • Lucy
    New York City, NY10 contributions
    Serene and scenic location for a picnic. The construction of the lake is quite impressive. Wr enjoyed the boat ride
    Written 20 December 2021
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  • praveen.kakkerla
    Warangal, India1 contribution
    I have visited ramappa temple it is constructed in 11B.C. it was built by kakatiya dynasity . Beautiful arts and sculpture .
    Written 9 January 2020
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  • Daniel T
    Hyderabad, India1,346 contributions
    Located on the opposite side of Lakhnavaram Cheruvu, this place is a tourist spot - run by the state government. They have boating as well. Its not a wildlife sanctuary, nor adventure spot.
    Just for a day-outing. They have eco-resorts too.
    Written 20 February 2020
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  • Chalapathi Rao Immidi
    Hyderabad, India16 contributions
    The forest part is good, couldn't see much wild life probably due to the high summer heat. People could visit some of the very ancient places like the Dolmen Caves here. Sammakka Sarakka temple is very close too. We stayed at the Haritha Resort that was new and well maintained. Would recommend this for anyone looking to plan a few days away from City life and be really close to the wild forests...
    Written 15 October 2021
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  • Jinesh S
    Mumbai, India10 contributions
    We decided to go o this Jain temple when we visited Hyderabad. The place is also called Kulpakji and is very familiar to Jains. The temple is known to many Jains who are regular going on pilgrimage. The main idol here is around 2000 years old of Shri Mahavir Swami. There are also idols of Adeshwar Bhagwan, Neminath bhagwan and Parshwanathji & Simandharswamiji. The whole temple is divided in three parts. Main temple old one is in centre and on right side newly made temple of chowmukhji with Simandharswami as mulnayak. on left side there is Guru mandir of Jindatt suriji. The old Dharamshala is engulfing the temple perifery also there is new dharamshala neary by having better facilities then old one. There is no rent for old dharamshala and for new dharamshala rent is 500 rupees per day. Its huge complex and there is facility for Hot water and Food (Bhojanshala) . The cost is not there whatever you want to donate you can for stay and for Food also.
    We reached there at Night and settled in old dharamshala as we had not done booking. It was simple room with Toilet and 2 beds. Since it is free and old it's not very well maintained. Advisable to stay in new dharamshala only.
    In morning you hear birds chirping and Monkeys jumping on your roof , lots of them in whole compound. There is utmost silence otherwise and you have a different feeling if you are from a crowded city.
    Morning 8 am the pakshal starts, three persons are allowed from family who takes chadhava or Boli. Rate is 2.5 Rs per Mun.
    We were lucky to do pooja along with family who took chadhava as priest was kind enough to let us do some rituals.
    They take out the shield from Idol for nearly 20-3- minutes during which you have darshan of Shri Mahavir bhagwans idol totally of Dark green colour. Its magnificent and unique as I have never seen any idol like this before.
    Navkarsi starts from 7.30 am ill 9.00 am where you have breakfast . We did pooja first and then took Breakfast.
    We left at 10.15 am as we had to visit 2 other temples of 72 Jinalaya near Medchal and Navgraha Temple at Chevalla. I woul strongly recommend staying here for at least 2 days here to experience real serinity and peace. The place is accessible from Alair Station also via Auto but there are very few and they can charge upto Rs 200 for 8 km distance. Alair can be reached from Secundarabad Railway Station though few trains are there through day.
    Written 22 February 2020
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  • Abhilash K
    Harihar, India568 contributions
    Dil deewana Deepika ill in the Warangal we can see the whole city was standing on the hill and I enjoyed a lot
    Written 30 August 2018
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  • GLOBALSEAS
    Navi Mumbai, India574 contributions
    lord shiva got siddi and known as siddeswara temple ,people believe that they get siddi ( wishes come true) by performing pooja at this temple specially on monday linga archana .. or rudra abhishekam .
    Written 9 August 2019
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  • spav
    75 contributions
    Padmakshi Gutta or Kadalalaya basadi consists of a jain temple dedicated to Goddesses padmavathi located on a hilltop in the heart of the town of hanamkonda, was originally constructed during Kakatiya reign.
    Very famous on dassera and Vinayaka chavithi.
    Nice location to visit.
    Written 30 September 2019
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  • Akhil P
    276 contributions
    It's been popular at all the places well build structure well maintained by people pleasant place clean and calm instructions are placed clearly
    Written 27 November 2018
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  • Gayathri P
    Chennai (Madras), India79 contributions
    Warangal fort is a Historic place.. maintained by ASI. It has interesting stone carvings... dump of all the excavated stones and a ruined shiva temple inside this site. The canteen inside wont be functioning all the time so please do carry your water bottles atleast.
    Written 17 January 2019
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