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Warangal

Warangal is the former capital city of Andhra Pradesh during 12th to 14th century as well. Now Warangal is a leading industrial and cultural center in Andhra Pradesh state. The renowned Puttaparthi is situated nearby from Warangal. The splendors of Warangal make the city one of the most amazing tourist destinations of Andhra Pradesh.

This is the fifth largest city of India as well as also having one of the finest railway junctions. Earlier the Warangal was known as Oruguallu and it is sited 140 km from Hyderabad city. The stunning city is constructed by the great Kakatiya Kingdom and it has been built with fabulous architectural styles that also draw the tourists from far flung of the country throughout the year. Warangal mainly comprises of an agricultural area that produces cultivating rice, red chilies, cotton and tobacco.

Warangal is popular for its granite quarries too that also exporting it to other states. Warangal attracts million of tourists throughout the year and this city is endowed with delicate monuments, many holy temples, beautiful gardens, shimmering lakes and rich wildlife sanctuaries with exotic flora and fauna. Major tourist attractions at Warangal city include such as Thousand Pillar Temple, Warangal Fort, Siddheswara Temple, and others.


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