Warangal is a region that reflects rich heritage, culture and history. It epitomizes pride of age-old kings and rulers, the fact that they have discovered its own roots which still stands strong in that region. Let us learn about the wonders which are both known and unknown.
2. Warangal was the capital of Kakatiya Dynasty for nearly 2 centuries. Before the establishment of Orugallu/Warangal as the capital, Hanamakonda was the first capital of the Kakatiyas. Ruins of the old fort can still be seen there.
3. Warangal fort is one of those examples that depict glorious history of the place. The construction was started by Kakatiya Rudradeva and was continued by Ganapatideva. It has 3 concentric ring structures; the mud wall, the granite wall and the main fort.
10. The great Italian traveller Marco Polo visited the Kakatiya Kingdom sometime during Rudramadevi’s tenure as the ruler of the Kakatiya Dynasty and made note of her administrative style; admiring her extensively.