1 NIGHTS / 2 DAYS
Day 01 :Bhubaneswar - Warangal
On arrival at Warangal check in to hotel. Post breakfast visit Kolanupaka Temple
About Kolanupaka Temple :Kolanupaka 75 kms from Hyderabad and 75 kms from Warangal is famous for the 2000 years - old Jain Mahavir Temple. A five feet jade idol of Lord Mahavira is an added attraction. The Jain temple is architecturally brilliant and endowed with beautifully carved statues of Tirthankaras. The state Archaeological Department runs a museum in the Someswara temple complex with a wide range of exhibits relating to temple architecture.
10:030 Visit to Thousand pillar Temple
About Thousand Pillar Temple:Perched elegantly on the slopes of the hills at Hanamkonda, the thousand pillars temple is fine specimen of Kakatiya Architecture and sculpture. Built by Rudra Deva in 1163 AD in the Chalunkan style, the star-shaped, triple shrine temple is dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Surya. The temple is notable for its richly carved pillars, preformatted screens and exquisite icons, specially impressive are the rock cut elephants and the Nandi
11:00 Departure from 1000 Pillar temple, Proceeds towards to Bhadrakali Temple11:30 Visit to Temple
About Bhadrakali Temple: Situated at a top of Hillock between and Warangal it is famous for the stone image of the goddess with eight-armed with a weapon in each hand is shown in a sitting posture.16: 45 P.M : - Departure from Temple and proceed towards hotel .Dinner and Over Night at Hotel. 12:30P.M: Reach Hotel for Lunch 13:30 P.M: Departure to Ramappa Temple at Palampet Village after Lunch
About Ramappa Temple:The medieval Deccan Ramappa Temple dating back to 1213 AD, built by the 7th Kakatiya kind Rudra Senani, is the right choice for architectural lovers with a panoramic view of scenic beauty, situated at Palmate village 64 kms away from Warangal, the Temple has several idols in dancing postures. It documents the glory and grandeur of the Kakatiya kingdom with rich intricate culture on walls, pillars and ceilings brackets and ceiling will captivate you. The main attraction of this temple is the floating bricks and a warrior queen.15.00: P.M. Visit to Ramappa Temple and Ramappa Lake
Day 02:Warangal - Bhubaneswar
09.00 Departure from Hotel to Warangal Fort for Sight Seeing About Warngal Fort:The Warangal Fort with its impressive and beautifully carved thoranan arches, and pillars inside spread over a radius of 19 kms between Hanamkonda and Warangal, the impregnable fort was popularly known as the seat of power. The fort consists of seven towers , with a ms. The main fort has 45 towers, and a temple of mother earth in the middle of the fort (Swayam Bhudevi Alayam). A legendary master piece known as Khush Mahal built by Shittabh Khan (Reign 1504-1512 is situated close to the glorious Warangal Fort. Even today, the beautifully carved gateway located within the fort-the famous 'Ekashila'- symbolises the Kakatiya empire and Warangal like the Charminar does for Hyderabad. Evening shall be dropped at railway station for your journey back home with sweet memories of holidays.
Tour Includes :
- • Train fare Bhubaneswar –Warangal-Bhubaneswar by 3 A/C
- • One night accommodation in Warangal
- • Breakfast & Dinner in Hotel
- • All transfers & sightseeing by A/C Luxury Vehicle
Extra Charges Apply :
- • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
- • Tips, Laundry, Room service, Phone Calls
- • Camera fee, Soft or Hard drinks, Starters.
- • Medical & Travel insurance