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Keshavagiri Swayambhu Sri Chennakesava Swamy Temple Hyderabad Telangana

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The Swayambhu Chennakesava Swamy Temple contains garbhagriha and antarala which is connected with 28 pillared mandapa. It has two entrances from north side and south side. The  height of the elevation was nearly 50 to 60 feet from road. This temple is situated in the flat top of the elevation. The people used to call this chennakesava swamy as Chandrayangutta. ...

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Padmakshi Temple Hanamkonda Warangal Timings, Address

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Padmakshi Temple Hanamkonda Timings: Daily 6.00 AM to 6:00 PM The Padmakshi temple lies closely to the Hanamkond Hills. It is a historical temple dedicated to Mother Goddess. There is another name for padmakshi known as padmakshi Gutta by the nearby villagers. The padmakshi temple is the ancient temple of Hanamkonda. This was built in 12 century under the kakatiya dynasty. ...

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Hanamkonda Siddeshwara Temple Warangal Telangana

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Hanamkonda Siddeshwara Temple Timings: Daily 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM The siddheswara temple is located in Hanamkonda with the distance of 4kms from Warangal city and we can reach the temple by road. The Warangal and kazipet are the railway stations in the area. There are more train facilities from various locations. The siddeshwara temple Hanamkonda is 3kms far from ...

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Ghanpur Group of Temples Warangal Telangana

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Ghanpur Group of Temples Timings: Open on all days – Daily 6 AM to 6:00 PM Ghanpur group of temples are located in Ghanpur Mandal in Warangal at a distance of about 39 kms. This group of temples are picturesque piece of architecture belonging to the kakatiyan era. In local region the people used to call the group of temples ...

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Sri Someshwara Lakshmi Narashimha Swamy Temple. Palakurthy Veerashaiva Temple

Sri Someshwara Lakshmi Narashimha Swamy Temple

Sri Someshwara Lakshmi Narashimha Swamy Temple Timings : 6:30 am to 7:30 PM The palakurthy sub division is a well famous and it has rich historical value which is situated in Warangal district of telangana. In palakurthi there is a famous and well known sri someshwara lakshmi narasimha swamy temple is situated. Palakurthi is the place of temple houses. There ...

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Medaram Sammakka Saralamma Jathara – Asia’s Biggest Religious Festival

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Sammakka sarakka jathara is a four days event is going to start in 2nd week magha sudha pournami days. This jathara is celebrated at Medaram in Tadavi mandal of Warangal district in the month of Feburary once in every two years and will continue for 3 days. It is a unique traditional festival to tribals. Their unique tradition and lifestyle ...

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Kuravi Sri Bhadrakali Sametha Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Temple Warangal Telangana

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Kuravi Temple Timings: 4:30 am to 7:30 PM The wealthy storehouse of Indian mythology has typically been liable for popularizing many fascinating destinations among tourists. We can find number of tourist places in Warangal district. The Veerabhadra Swamy temple is located in the village of kuravi which is located in Warangal district. Veerabhadra Swamy temple is one of the temple ...

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Kollapur Temples Mahabubnagar

Kollapur is famous for countless temples and it is 97 kms far from mahabubnagar and 178 kms from Hyderabad city. It is located mahabubnagar district telangana. Jetprole & somasila is an ideal weekend getaway near Hyderabad along with kollapur. Kollapur was the region of Nizams ruled by Hindu rulers. In 1871 the rulers of kollapur built’s huge palace. The Nampally ...

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Panagal Fort Mahabubnagar Telangana Tourism

In telangana the pangal Fort is a very famous Hill Fort. It is situated in mahabubnagar. From Hyderabad it takes 163 kms distance and from mahabubnagar it takes 74 kms, 15 kms from Wanaparthy bus station. And it takes 1.5 kms distance from Pangal Bus station. During the year of 11th and 12th centuries the Pangal Fort was built by the ...

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