Ramappa Temple also known as the Ramalingeswara temple, is located 77Km from Warangal,
the ancient capital of Kakatiya dynasty. Ramappa Temple bricks are light weighted and they will flow in water.
Best time to visit the temple is between the months of October and April. Temple remains open from 6:00am till 6:00pm.
The only Cane(Colamus rotang) Patch in Telangana is located in Palampet.
Origin of Medaram Jatara (History, Mythology):
There are many legends about the miraculous powers of sammakka. Some tribal leaders who went for a hunting found a new born girl (Sammakka) emitting enormous light playing amidst tigers.
How to Reach: It is 249km from Hyderabad, 109km from Warangal, 169km from Khammam and 129km from Bhadrachalam.
The Mahadevpur Mandal of Jayashankar (Bhupalpally) District.
Kaleshawaram is on the border of Telangana and Maharashtra at the juncture of the rivers Godavari and its Pranahita tributary.
Two lingas appear closely at the same place by Mukteshwara Swamy.
How to Reach: It is 277km from Hyderabad, 52km from Bhupalpally, 115km from Warangal, 125km from Karimnagar.
Ghanapuram in Jayashankar (Bhupalpally) District of Telangana is known for being a veritable destination of Kakatiya architecture and art.
The temple complex is located on the north east corner of Ghanpur village in Mulugu mandal of the district.
Ghanapuram village is located nearly 50 km from Warangal and is accessible by road.The main temple i.e. Ganapeswaralayam here is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Malluru Sri Hemanchala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple built on a hillock is one of a kind located in a thrown away location amidst of a thick Jungle in Jayashankar (Bhupalpally) District.
How to Reach: The temple is approximately: 281Kms from Hyderabad, 132kms from Warangal, 10 kms from Mangapet, 50 Kms from Manuguru, 70 Kms from Bhadrachalam via Manuguru The temple can be reached by a 5kms walk through the jungle from Hanmakonda-Eturu Nagaram-Mangapet-Manuguru road.
Mailaram Caves are naturally-formed caves with a series of caverns and tunnels and interlinking routes are found in the ‘nallaguttalu’ hillock near the Mylaram village of Ghanpur Mandal at Jayashankar Bhupalpally District.
The Mylaram caves have become places for hard-core adventurers and fearless curiosity seekers to explore the cramped, dark corners. Several entrances to the caves in the hillock.
How to Reach: The spot is 55 km from Warangal and 200 km from Hyderabad.
he Pratapgiri fort is located about 35km from the District headquarters Jayashankar (Bhupalpally) town in the dense forests of Kataram and Mahadevpur area near prathapagiri village,
the fort was said to be built in stone during the 13th – 14th century AD and now we can see the ruins of fortification walls built on the hillocks in the reserve forest.
Visitors have to walk at least 5km from Prathapagiri village through dense forest to reach the hillock,
it is referred to as Vana Durgam and also Giri Durgam.
The ancient Temple on Devuni Gutta near Kothur village of Mulug Mandal in Jayashankar Bhupalpally District. It was built during 6 th century, there is no other such construction in the country, there are no temples built with stone bricks, these bricks are much lighter than normal stone bricks, The temple is in the dense Forest and there is a beautiful lake 100 feet away from the temple and a marble stone stupa with four half padmas and lions. These stupas would have been a place of worship for monks before the chaityalaya was built, the entrances to these stupas are adorned with vajrayana statues. The temple could be said as the inspiration for the World famous Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia which was built in the 13 th century.
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