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Warangal Fort

Warangal Fort is located in Warangal district of Telangana. It was built in the 13th century. It is a fort with immense historical significance, as three battles were fought there. The famous mystic poet, Amir Khusrau also wrote about Warangal Fort and its siege by Malik Kafur. Warangal Fort has a temple by the name of Swayambhudevi Alayam. Goddess Mother Earth is the presiding deity of this temple. A sculpture of Rudrama Devi, one of the fiercest rulers of Kakatiya Dynasty, is present on the premises of the fort. Warangal Fort has a marvellous architecture. It has 45 towers and 4 main gates. The carvings and inscriptions on the walls as well as the beautiful motifs of various animals are the long-standing proof of the regal art and craft of ancient artists. Warangal Fort is counted among the major attractions of Telangana and is considered to be a Monument of National Importance by Archaeological Survey of India.
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Warangal Fort
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To add on the historic part to it, this temple was built during the kakatiya rule and was destroyed by the Tughlaqs during their invasion of the Deccan. The six feet high monolithic nandi is a sight to watch.This place is hardly 6kms from the Warangal station and will cost you 60-70rs in auto.Then we headed to Warangal fort (8kms from the 1000 pillar temple). It is a fort with immense historical significance,as three battles were fought there.
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