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200 km fron Hyderabad. once the heartland of telugu culture, the capital of Kakatia rulers, Warangal is endowed with great architechtural buildings and its natural surroundings. (APTDC Punnami Hotel, 0091870243212)
plan a trip to the golconda fort. the ambience around the fort is amazing...
Built by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in 1525, the Golconda Fort epitomises the opulent nawabi culture of the time. Famous features of Golconda includes its system of acoustics - a hand clap at a certain point below the dome at the entrance reverbarates and can be heard clearly at the Bala Hissar, the highest point almost a kilometre away...
The impregnable fort was cradled by many dynasties and it was of strategic importance to most of the rulers. In 1518, when the Qutb Shahi dynasty was found, Golconda was made its capital. The subsequent generations saw Golconda being fortified further with several additions and the formation of a beautiful city within.
The fortress city within the walls was famous for the diamond trade and famous Ko-hi-noor diamond, which now lies embeded in the crown of the queen of england is said to have come from here.
A new attraction at the fort is a sound and light show that brings the legend of Golconda to life
A Legendary master peice known as Khush Mahal was built by ***tabh Khan (reign 1504-1512).It is situated close to the glorious Warangal fort. Splended idols which were found during excavations are presently, kept in this Gijantic Mahal. This edifice majestically stands as a silent symbol of the past glory of Kakatiya dynasty .
The legendary of Kakatiya Kingdom, located near the temple of Goddess earth in the Warangal Fort, a big single rock which resembles a hillock is an antique piece, it is also used as watch tower by the soldiers. This is a glamorous tower built in with a design representing as eight angles standing tall on the Rock. It is believed that the great poet Pothana
wrote immortal Bhagawatha sitting on the top of the
rock of a temple located near by the Fort.
Majestic arches which mark the grandeur of Kakatiya sculptures stand tall on all four sides of the temple complex. These magnificent arches symbolize the very culture of the Telugus.
Pakhal Lake Around the tranquel man made Pakhal Lake with perennial streams of water is located about 50Kms east of Warangal, amidst undulating forest-clad hills and dales, Pakhal Lake built during the reign of King Ganapathi Deva as it stands as a live example of the Vastu Vignana (Knowledge of Vastu) which found its expression in the building activity of the Kakatiya Kings. Set around shores of this lake is the Pakhal wild life sanctuary covering an area of 900 sq.km with densforest, shelter of tigers and
a large variety of other animals and birds.
Built with Geometric intricacies during the reign of Ganapathi Deva, the Warangal Fort with its impressive and beautifully carved thorana (leaf like) arches, and pillers inside spread over a radius of 19 kms between Hanumakonda and Warangal and the impregnable fort was popularly known as the seat of power. The fort consists of seven towers, with a radius of 8 kms. The main Fort has 45 towers, and a Temple of Mother earth in the middle of the fort (Swayam Bhudevi Alayam).
The tombs of the sultans who ruled over much of the Deccan region during the 16th and 17th centuries are located a short distance from the Golconda fort.