Temples In Warangal
Thousand Pillar Temple built in the Chalukyas style of the Kakatiya dynasty in the 11th century, the Kakatiya Empire was built around 5 km from Warangal. Hanumakonda is located in the heart of the city in the distance.
The stellar pedestal of the Trikutalayam, which is adorned with the Kakatiyan style of architecture, is the chief archetype of the lingam. The headquarters overlooks the East with spectacular architecture that surprises the onlookers. The statue of Nandeswani on the north side of the temple complex is decorated with black stone and is found in the middle of the Kalyana Pavilion and the main palace.
The lanterns, flowers, and dancing postures on the temple pavilion attract many onlookers who sculpt the various legends. The temple is also known as the Thousand PillarTemple because of its construction of a thousand pillars along with the Kalyana Mandapam and the main palace.
In the temple premises, the trees of Maredu, Ravi and Neem are served by devotees. On the northwest side of the temple are the statues of the Vayaputra Abhayanjaneya Swami and the Naga. One can also see the route from the interior of the land connecting the fort of Orugall and other obscure Kakatiya empire bases for the secret military operations of the day. Recently, archaeological excavations unearthed a well under the Kalyana Mandapam.
Thousand Pillar Temple Timings and Entry Fees
The temple is open from Morning 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM, in all days including Saturday and Sunday and public holidays.
Thousand Pillar Temple – Address