Temples in Warangal
- This temple at Kolanupaka was constructed by the Kalyani Calukya emperor Someswara iii.
- Typical Chalukya architecture decorate the structure and the sculpture is a real splendour.
- Kolanupaka Site Museum: more than 100 images of the ancient sculptural excellence collected in and around Kolanupaka are displayed in the Museum with a particular emphasis on the grand architecture of the someswara temple complex.
- These monuments recount a great deal from the Chalukyas ad the Kakatiyan periods.
Visiting Hours: 10:30-17:00 hrs (No entrance fees)
- Spread over 812 km of dry deciduous mixed forests, this sanctuary omes tigers, leopards, many other animals and birds.
Temples in Warangal Located approx 80 km from Warangal
- The best season to visit this sanctuary is between October and May.
Pakhal Widlife Sanctuary
- In an area of 860 sq km with dry deciduous mixed type forests, many types of animals including tiger, hyena, wild dogs and birds are seen.
Temples in Warangal Located 60 km from Warangal
- Pembarti: Located 60 km from Warangal, Pembarti is famous for the sheet metal art.
- For the lovers of handicrafts, the town is worth a visit.