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About Warangal

Warangal is a city in the south Indian state of Telangana. It was the capital of the Kakatiya dynasty from the 12th to 14th centuries, and many intricately carved monuments from this period still stand. Among them are the ruins of 13th-century Warangal Fort and the Thousand Pillar Temple, built in 1163. Set on a lake, Bhadrakali Temple dates to the 7th century and is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali.

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The Kakatiya Urban Development Authority (KUDA) in Warangal sustains its financial operations through various channels. Its income primarily stems from Development Charges, proceeds from the sale of lands and buildings, rental earnings, interest generated from investments, and fees collected from contractor registrations. Notably, KUDA does not rely on grants from the State Government for its funding. Instead, it operates independently, leveraging its revenue streams to support its developmental initiatives and urban planning endeavors.

Warangal Tourism

Center of power during Kakatiya reign in 12th to 14th century, Warangal is now a heritage city with umpteen numbers of sightseeing opportunities. Traces of past that can be seen in various buildings such as Warangal Fort, Kush Mahal, etc. At the same time spiritual atmosphere at various ancient temples such as Thousand Pillar temple, Ramappa temple, Sammakka Saralamma Temple leave visitors entranced. Warangal tourism also offers tourists with the opportunity to experience refreshing nature and explore rich fauna and flora. Lakes, wildlife sanctuaries and captivating rock formations are sure to attract nature lovers.