A Cradle of Telugu Culture
Warangal, the erstwhile capital of Kakatiya dynasty, is the fourth largest city in Andhra Pradesh. Marco Polo, the famous western traveler who journeyed along the fabled silk route, mentions Warangal in his travelogues. The city has some of the finest heritage monuments dating back to the Kakatiya period. This period is widely recognized as a glorious era when Telugu culture and literature were at its zenith. Warangal is not just a place of archeological interest; it is also blessed with some of the most picturesque landscapes in the whole of South India.
The place still emanates an aura of medieval charm with its imposing forts, magnificent temples, massive stone gateways and numerous monuments that lie scattered throughout the townscape. The city lures a traveler with her old world charm, natural splendor, age-old traditions and cosmopolitan outlook. As the scintillating magic of Warangal unfolds, one can’t help but be in awe, and contemplate in wonder the artistic fervor and the creative genius of the past.
The nearest airport is located at a distance of 140 km at Hyderabad, which is well connected to all major cities in India and abroad
The city is well connected by a network of roads
Well connected to all cities in South India