Thousand Pillar Temple

                  Thousand Pillar Temple Warangal India   

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Thousand Pillar Temple: Hi Friends and welcome to the trip advisor website today we explain the famous one of the Historical place Thousand Piller Temple. the thousand pillar temple has located in Warangal city in the state of Telangana and it is constructed by Kakatiya architectures in 1163 AD. friends, you will visit this thousand pillar temple and its exact place is Hanamkonda only 5km far away from Warangal and 150 km of Hyderabad. this temple had the only god of lord shiva and in front, Nandhi will be there. and these temple has one of the mistery it is a thousand pillars are the same in structure. this thousand pillar temple is built by Rudra deva and it is a Hindu temple.

History Of Thousand Pillar Temple 

Friends the Kakatiyas first built temple is Thousand Pillar Temple and another name of this temple it is Rudreshwara Swamy Temple. the temple roof looks like the star of the sky and finally, the Kakatiya architectures completed the temple in 72 years. the temple pillars is constructed  in one by one and the total temple builted metirial is only stone and it is wonderful construction in Telangana.

  Once upon a time Rudra Deva Built-in tree temples there are lord shiva, Vishnu and Surya and at this time only Lord shiva and vishnu temples are there another temple fall down. this temple is one of the popular historical places in India.

  Friends you want more information about Warangal tourism and we are placed total information about Warangal tourism in our trip advisor website so please visit and enjoy it.

Nearest Restaurants
  • Green Park Biryani House
  • Geetha Bhavan
  • Dawat Family Restaurant
  • Sneha Restarent
  • Hotel Green Bawarchi
  • Suprabha Hotel
  • Haritha Kakathiya Hotel
  • Khurshid Hotel
Available Food Recipes
  • Biryani
  • Nonveg Food
  • Veg Food
  • all tiffins
Nearest Tourist Places
  • Bhadrakhali Temple
  • Warangal Port
  • Ramappa Temple
  • Laknavaram Lake
  • Sammakka Sarakka Temple
  • Bogata Waterfalls

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