Saturday, 7 June 2014

Thousand Pillar Temple in Warangal City

By Raj Thakkar  |  23:53 No comments

In our today's article we will tell you about Thousand Pillar Temple which is located in Warangal city of Andhra Pradesh. Thousand Pillar Temple is very famous historical temple of India and too many visitors came here to enjoy the peace and beauty of Thousand Pillar Temple. In Today's post We will tell you brief history of Thousand Pillar Temple and how much it is popular among visitors? All the things about this famous Temple of Warangal City is described here.

 Thousand Pillar Temple is Located in Hanamkonda area of Warangal City in Andhra Pradesh, India. People can easily reach to this temple by city bus. It is just 6 KM away from Bus Station and Railway Station of Warangal. So if you want to visit thousand pillar temple then just reach at warangal by bus or train and then you can take city bus to reach the Thousand Pillar Temple.
Thousand Pillar Temple

 Thousand Pillar Temple is a pilgrimage place where people come from all over the India for faith, Meditation and Peace. It is a very peaceful Temple. Thousand Pillar Temple was constructed by Rudra Deva in 1163 AD. Thousand Pillar Temple, a fine specimen of Kakatiya architecture and sculpture. It is built in style of  Chalukyan  Temples. This Temple made in honor of Lord Shiva, Surya and Vishnu. It's Rich carved pillars are famous among the people. People also likes its architecture and sculptor. 
Thousand Pillar Temple in warangal

So friends it was all information about Thousand Pillar Temple of warangal city, Andhra pradesh, India. If you have not visited this Thousand Pillar temple then we will suggest you to go their and enjoy the journey of Thousand Pillar temple. We have tried our best to give information about this temple. if you know more then mention about it in comment box.

Author: Raj Thakkar

Raj Thakkar is a Blogger (By Choice) from Bhuj.He has completed his B.Tech. CE from Ganpat University.

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