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YADAGIRIGUTTA - WARANGAL TOUR - NT09 = 2D/1N


Yadagiri is named after a sage named Yadava who performed heavy austerities to Lord Vishnu as Narasimha. Being please with him the lord gave him darshan in three forms: Jwala Narasimha, Gandabheranda Narasimha and Yogananda Narasimha. Sage Yadava begged for the lord to remain on the hill in these forms. Thus, you have the Lakshmi-Narasimhadeva temple on the hilltop with deities of Lord in all three forms embedded in stone in the main cave. Actually, it is a cave about 12 feet high by 30 feet long, located in back of the temple hall, by the rear pillar. You take a stairway down into the chamber and then toward the back. Jwala Narasimha is in the shape of serpent, while Yogananda Narasimha appears sitting in meditation in yoga pose. You will also see silver deities of Lakshmi-Narasimha, which are quite striking in appearance and lends presence of seeing them. To the right of the temple main door is a Hanuman temple. You'll see a long horizontal gap in the rock just below Hanuman.

 


Another tourist attraction in Warangal that is worth visiting is the Warangal Fort. Built on a hillock Ekashila in 13th century, this fort is one of the architectural masterpieces of Kakatiya Dynasty. Constructed by King Ganapatideva and later by his daughter Rani Rudrama, Warangal Fort is symbolic of the historical opulence of the region during the reign of Kakatiya Kingdom.

Located in south eastern side of Warangal city, it is a prominent landmark of the Telangana State, presenting a perfect example of architectural excellence and historical richness. Built in three layers of fortification ensuring absolute safety, Warangal Fort impresses every visitor with its imposing structure. Although now in ruins, the remains of the fort still present a glimpse of the mesmerizing craftsmanship and breathtaking artistry that can be seen in the motifs, sculptures, stone work, etc. Warangal fort has witnessed many battles; a few of its parts have been destroyed by various invaders too.

PACKAGE INCLUDES

    • Transport by Non A.C vehicle in Standard Package and A.C vehicle in Deluxe Package as per the above itinerary.Hotel Accommodation on twin sharing basis(In case of 3 pax. 1-Room with 1-extra bed (roll away mattress) will be provided.
    • All Road Taxes
    • Toll Taxes
    • Parking Fee

PACKAGE EXCLUDES

  • Air / Train Fare
  • Guide & Entry fee during sight seeing
  • Portages, Laundry, Food, Tips, Liquor exp.
  • GST
  • Any other items not specified in package includes.

Itinerary

Day 1 : Hyderabad - Yadagirigutta - Warangal

Yadagirigutta is the most unique, beautiful and pleasant Hillock with moderate Climate in all seasons and the temple is located at a distance of about 60 KM from the Hyderabad, capital city of Telangana. The flow of devotees / pilgrims visiting the temple for worship is very high since it is situated near the capital city. Every day not less than 5000-8000 pilgrims on average visits this temple for offering their vows, performing of saswata pujas ,saswata kalyanam,LakshaTulasi Pujas ,Abhisekam etc.,.. There will be heavy congregation of devotees / pilgrims during Saterdays, Sundays and other Public Holidays.

Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple or Yadagirigutta is a popular Hindu Temple of Narasimha Swamy, an incarnation Lord Vishnu It is situated on a hillock in the Nalgonda district, Telangana, Yadagirigutta is at a distance of 6 KM from Riagir Railway station and at a distance of 13 KM from Bhongir Town and 60 kilometers from the city of Hyderabad.

Day 2 : Warangal - Kulpak - Hyderbad

After breakfast Visit Warangal Fort constructed during the legendary Kakatiya period in the 13th century, Ramappa Temple, Thousand Pillar built in 1156 AD by Rudra Dev a Kakatiya dynasty king. Departure to Kolanupak (80 kms. / 2 hrs.) Jain Temple has Black colored idol of Bhagwan Adinatha in the semi padmasana posture. Departure to Hyderabad (70 kms. / 2 hrs.).

Tour Concludes

Places Covered

Warangal

Warangal was the ancient capital of kakatiya dynasty. It was ruled by many kings such as BetaRaja I, ProlaRaja I, BetaRaja II, ProlaRaja II, Rudradeva, Mahadeva[disambiguation needed], Ganapathideva, Prataparudra and Rani Rudrama Devi who is the only woman to rule over andhra. Beta Raja I is the founder of Kakatiya Dynasty and ruled the kingdom for 30 years and was succeeded by his son Prola Raja I who shifted his capital to Hanamkonda.

During the rule of Ganapathideva, the capital was shifted from Hanamkonda to Warangal. Kakatiya Period Inscriptions praised Warangal as best city within all of Andhra up to shores of the Ocean. The Kakatiyas left many monuments, including an impressive fortress, four massive stone gateways, the Swayambhu temple dedicated to Shiva, and the Ramappa temple situated near Ramappa Lake. The cultural and administrative distinction of the Kakatiyas was mentioned by Marco Polo. After the defeat of Prataparudra II, the Musunuri Nayaks united 72 Nayak chieftains and captured Warangal from Delhi Sultanate and ruled for fifty years. After the demise of the Nayaks, Warangal was part of the Bahmani Sultanate and then the Sultanate of Golconda.

Surendrapuri, Bhuvanagiri

Yadagirigutta is the most unique, beautiful and pleasant Hillock with moderate Climate in all seasons and the temple is located at a distance of about 60 KM from the Hyderabad, capital city of Telangana. The flow of devotees / pilgrims visiting the temple for worship is very high since it is situated near the capital city. Every day not less than 5000-8000 pilgrims on average visits this temple for offering their vows, performing of saswata pujas ,saswata kalyanam,LakshaTulasi Pujas ,Abhisekam etc.,.. There will be heavy congregation of devotees / pilgrims during Saterdays, Sundays and other Public Holidays.

Yadagirigutta

Surendrapuri, Bhuvanagiri is a museum located in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district is about 55km from Hyderabad, India. Nearest Railway station is Bhongir railway station The museum is also known as Mythological Awareness Center. As the name indicates, it was established to create an awareness of Indian mythology, or more specifically Hindu mythology. It was established by Kunda Satyanarayana in memory of his son Surendra. It is also known locally as Kunda Satyanarayana Kala Dhamam, in his honor. Meaning that Kunda Satyanarayana has used artistry extensively to depict mythology.

It contains nearly full sized replicas of almost all the important Hindu temples in India. The architecture of the temple and the sculptures inside makes one feel as if one is in the actual holy place itself. There are a few hundred such replicas. The sculptures are displayed in open air indoors, depending on the size of the replica and the mythological scene portrayed.

There are sculptures and paintings depicting stories from major Hindu epics like Ramayan, Mahabharat, and Bhagavat. Various mythological scenes of war between Rama and Ravana in Ramayana, including Padmavyuha in Kurukshetra between Kauravas and Pandavas in Mahabharat, are carved beautifully and portrayed in great detail.

 

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