The famous Jain Temple of Mahaveer is 2000 years old and is decorated with beautiful images of Tirthankaras. The image of Mahaveer is completely carved out of Jade and is 5 feet high.
The Pakhal Lake is a man-made lake built in 1213 A.D. by tackling a small tributary of the River Krishna. Built by Ganapathidev, the Kakatiya King, Pakhal Lake spreads over an area of 30 sq. km. and is situated at a distance of 50 kilometers from Warangal.
The Kolanupaka Museum is an establishment of the State Department of Archaeology and Museums, which is a sculptural gallery. This museum exhibits wonderful artifacts from the monuments in Kolanupaka.
The other tourist spots in Warangal are Ramappa Temple, Sri Veeranarayana Temple and many more.
How to reach:
The airport nearest to Warangal is at Hyderabad, 140 kilometers away. Indian Airlines connect this place to all the major cities of the country. The city of Warangal is well linked with all major cities by Rail. Regular bus services are available through APSRTC from many places of the state.
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