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Warangal
Warangal
 pronunciation (help·info) is a city and district headquarters of Warangal Urban District
Warangal Urban District
and Warangal
Warangal
Rural District's in the Indian state
Indian state
of Telangana. Warangal
Warangal
is the second largest city in Telangana
Telangana
after Hyderabad, spreading across 406.87 km2 (157 sq mi) with a population of 811,844 (2011 Data). Along with 11 other cities in the country having rich culture and heritage, it has been chosen for the HRIDAY – Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme by the Government of India.[6] It was also selected as a smart city in the "fast-track competition", which makes it eligible for additional investment to improve urban infrastructure and industrial opportunities under the Smart Cities Mission.[7] Warangal
Warangal
served as the capital of the Kakatiya dynasty
Kakatiya dynasty
which was established in 1163. The monuments left by the Kakatiyas include fortresses, lakes, temples, and stone gateways helped the city to become a significant tourist attraction. The Kakatiya Kala Thoranam was included in the Emblem of Telangana
Telangana
by the state government. The city along with its two neighborhoods of Hanamkonda
Hanamkonda
and Kazipet, is often referred as Tri-city.[8]

Contents

1 Etymology 2 History 3 Geography and climate 4 Governance

4.1 Civic administration 4.2 Law and order 4.3 Healthcare

5 Economy 6 Transport

6.1 Roadway 6.2 Railway 6.3 Airway

7 Education 8 Culture 9 References 10 Further reading 11 External links

Etymology[edit] During Kakatiyan rule, Warangal
Warangal
was referred with various names like Orugallu, Ekasila Nagaram, or Omatikonda all these means a 'single stone' referring to a huge granite boulder present in the Warangal fort.[9] When the kakatiyan dynasty was defeated by Delhi Sultanate
Delhi Sultanate
in 1323, ruler Juna khan conquered the city and renamed it as Sultanpur.[10] History[edit] Main article: Kakatiya dynasty

Warangal
Warangal
years ago

Sculptures at Warangal
Warangal
Fort

Kakatiyas well at Warangal

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, Ganapathideva, Prataparudra and Rani Rudrama Devi who is the only woman to rule over Telugu region. 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.[11] During the rule of Ganapathideva, the capital was shifted from Hanamkonda
Hanamkonda
to Warangal.[12] Kakatiya Period Inscriptions praised Warangal
Warangal
as best city within all of Telugu region up to shores of the Ocean.[13] The Kakatiyas left many monuments, including an impressive fortress, four massive stone gateways, the Swayambhu temple dedicated to Shiva, and the Ramappa temple
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
Warangal
from Delhi Sultanate and ruled for fifty years. After the demise of the Nayaks, Warangal
Warangal
was part of the Bahmani Sultanate
Bahmani Sultanate
and then the Sultanate of Golconda. The Mughal emperor Aurangzeb
Aurangzeb
conquered Golconda
Golconda
in 1687, and it remained part of the Mughal empire until the southern provinces of the empire split away to become the state of Hyderabad
Hyderabad
in 1724, which included the Telangana
Telangana
region and some parts of Maharashtra
Maharashtra
and Karnataka. Hyderabad
Hyderabad
was annexed to India
India
in 1948, and became an Indian state
Indian state
called as Hyderabad
Hyderabad
state. In 1956 Hyderabad
Hyderabad
state was partitioned as part of the States Reorganisation Act, and Telangana, the Telugu-speaking region of Hyderabad
Hyderabad
state, which includes Warangal, became part of Andhra Pradesh. After the Telangana
Telangana
movement, Telangana
Telangana
state was formed on 2 June 2014, warangal became part of Telangana
Telangana
State. Geography and climate[edit]

Warangal

Climate chart (explanation)

J F M A M J J A S O N D

    15     30 16

    5     33 18

    5     37 22

    7     40 26

    15     42 28

    50     37 28

    85     32 25

    170     31 25

    160     33 23

    70     33 22

    10     31 18

    0     30 15

Average max. and min. temperatures in °C

Precipitation totals in mm

Source: mustseeindia.com

Imperial conversion

J F M A M J J A S O N D

    0.6     86 61

    0.2     91 64

    0.2     99 72

    0.3     104 79

    0.6     108 82

    2     99 82

    3.3     90 77

    6.7     88 77

    6.3     91 73

    2.8     91 72

    0.4     88 64

    0     86 59

Average max. and min. temperatures in °F

Precipitation totals in inches

Waddepally Lake

Bhadrakali Lake

Warangal
Warangal
is located at 18°00′N 79°35′E / 18.0°N 79.58°E / 18.0; 79.58. It has an average elevation of 302 metres (990 feet). It is settled in the eastern part of Deccan Plateau
Deccan Plateau
made up of granite rocks and hill formations[14] which left the region barren making the cultivation depend on seasonal rainfalls. There are no river flows nearby warangal, which makes it to rely on Kakatiya Canal
Kakatiya Canal
which originates from Sriram Sagar Project
Sriram Sagar Project
to meet the drinking water requirements.[15][16] Located in the semi-arid region of Telangana, Warangal
Warangal
has a predominantly hot and dry climate. Summer starts in March, and peak in May with average high temperatures in the 42 °C (108 °F) range. The monsoon arrives in June and lasts until September with about 550 mm (22 in) of precipitation. A dry, mild winter starts in October and lasts until early February, when there is little humidity and average temperatures in the 22–23 °C (72–73 °F) range. Many hill rocks and lakes are located around warangal. Padmakshi hill , mettu gutta, hanumathgiri gutta , ursu gutta and Govinda Rajula Gutta
Govinda Rajula Gutta
are famous hills with temples.[17] Bhadrakali Lake, Dharmasagar
Dharmasagar
lake and Waddepally Lake
Waddepally Lake
are the three famous lakes which adds scenic beauty and also are the major sources of drinking water.[18] Governance[edit]

Greater Warangal
Warangal
Municipal Corporation

Police
Police
patrol vehicle in Warangal

Warangal
Warangal
city population 

Census Pop.

1901 31,186

1911 48,342

55.0%

1921 46,791

-3.2%

1931 62,119

32.8%

1941 92,808

49.4%

1951 133,130

43.4%

1961 160,000

20.2%

1971 210,040

31.3%

1981 338,910

61.4%

1991 447,657

32.1%

2001 530,636

18.5%

2011 811,844

53.0%

Sources:[19][20][21]

Civic administration[edit] Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation
Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation
is the civic body of the city, which oversees the civic needs. The GWMC covers an area of 406.87 square kilometres (157.09 sq mi).[22][3] City planning is governed by the Kakatiya Urban Development Authority, which was constituted in 1982. The body oversees development of infrastructure and other projects in the city.[23] The former Warangal
Warangal
Municipal Corporation implemented some pilot projects, such as the Solid Waste Management programme, that were so successful that other corporations have since implemented them.[24][25] The city is divided into 58 political wards where each ward is represented by an area corporator. Law and order[edit] The urban police district, which is responsible for maintaining law and order in city and agglomerated areas around Warangal
Warangal
was converted into a Police
Police
Commissionerate by the state government in 2015.[26][27] Inspector General will be working as police commissioner who is also given magisterial powers. There are around 19 police stations present under Warangal
Warangal
Police
Police
Commissionerate.[28] Healthcare[edit] The 1000-bed Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital is the largest hospital in the city. It also serves the needs of patients from the neighbouring districts of Khammam
Khammam
and Karimnagar.[29] Apart from major public hospitals such as those for maternity, chest and tuberculosis, there are many private specialist hospitals including Lifeline, Rohini, Jaya, Guardian, Max Care, and St.Ann's., yashodha [30] Economy[edit] As of 2011[update] census of India, Warangal
Warangal
is one of the Indian cities that has seen rapid growth of urbanisation from 19%–28%, alongside cities such as Gandhinagar, Kozhikode.[31] Agriculture is the main economic activity with irrigation depending mainly on monsoon and seasonal rainfalls. Major crops are paddy, cotton, mango and wheat. Warangal
Warangal
benefits from the Godavari
Godavari
lift irrigation scheme which is designed to lift water from the Godavari river to irrigate drought prone areas in the Telangana
Telangana
region.[32] The city hosts second-biggest grain market of Asia, located in Enumamula.[33] Information Technology
Information Technology
is another sector in which the city is making steady progress with its Incubation centre at Madikonda.[34][35] Transport[edit]

Traffic on Warangal
Warangal
roads

Kazipet
Kazipet
railway station

Warangal
Warangal
railway station

Roadway[edit] The city is connected to major cities and towns by means of road and railways. National and state highways that pass through the city are, National Highway 163, connecting Hyderabad
Hyderabad
and Bhopalpatnam; NH 563 connecting Ramagundam
Ramagundam
and Khammam; State highway 3. TSRTC
TSRTC
operates buses to various destinations from Hanamkonda
Hanamkonda
and Warangal
Warangal
bus stations of the city.[36] Nearly 78 City buses run in various routes across the city and sub urban areas while 45 city buses run from city to near by villages.[37] Railway[edit] Warangal
Warangal
has two railway stations namely, Kazipet
Kazipet
and Warangal
Warangal
on the important New Delhi-Chennai main line
New Delhi-Chennai main line
of Indian Railways.[38] They are administered under the jurisdiction of the Secunderabad railway division of South Central Railway
Railway
zone. Kazipet
Kazipet
Junction shelters both Electric and Diesel Loco sheds with a capacity of holding 175 and 142 locomotives.[39][40] Kazipet
Kazipet
town, Vanchanagiri, Pendial, Hasanparthy Road
Road
railway station are the other railway stations within the city limits. The construction of third railway line between Balharshah and Kazipet
Kazipet
was sanctioned at an estimated cost of ₹24.032 billion (US$370 million).[41] Airway[edit] Warangal
Warangal
has an airport built by the Nizams at Mamnoor in 1930. It was largest airport in undivided India
India
with 1,875 acres of land, a 6.6-km runway, a pilot and staff quarters, a pilot training centre and more than one terminal. Many cargo services and Vayudoot services were served. During the Indo-China war, it served as a hangar for government aircraft due to Delhi airport being a target in combat. It remained in service until 1981.[42] This airport is currently being used as NCC Training Centre by No. 4(A) air squadron for gliding sorties, skeet shooting and aero-modeling.[43] There is no scheduled commercial air service from this airport at present. Education[edit]

NIT Warangal

Kakatiya Medical
Medical
College

Both government and private institutions has their presence in the city. Colleges and universities: Kakatiya University and Kaloji Narayana Rao University
University
of Health Sciences are two universities in the city. Other notable educational institutions include NIT Warangal, Kakatiya Institute
Institute
of Technology and Science, Vaagdevi College
College
of Engineering, SR Engineering
Engineering
College, and Kakatiya Medical
Medical
College. Culture[edit]

A few Tourist attraction
Tourist attraction
spots in Warangal
Warangal
Tri-Cities

The residents of the city are often referred as Warangalites.[44] The Warangal
Warangal
Fort, Thousand Pillar Temple
Thousand Pillar Temple
and Ramappa Temple
Ramappa Temple
are the World Heritage sites recognised by UNESCO.[45] Bhadrakali Temple, Padmakshi Temple, Kazipet
Kazipet
Dargah, Madikonda(mettu gutta), GovindaRajula gutta,Ursu Gutta Erragattu Gutta and Kasibugga are other notable destinations of various religions. Bhadrakali Lake, Waddepally Lake, and Dharmasagar
Dharmasagar
Lake are the water bodies notable for tourism.[46]

Bhadrakali Temple in Warangal

Bhadrakali Temple lake is being developed into the largest first Geo-Bio-Diversity cultural park in the country, with promenades, historic caves, suspension bridges, natural trails, nesting ground and ecological reserves.[47][48] The Ministry of Tourism has awarded Warangal
Warangal
as the best heritage city, at the National Tourism Awards for the year 2014-2015.[49] This is third time in a row for the city to get this award since 2012.[50]

Religions in Warangal[51]

Religion

Percent

Hindu

83.41%

Muslim

14.39%

Christians

1.65%

Others†

0.55%

†Includes Sikhs, Jains

Festivals Festivals in the city include, a floral festival of Bathukamma
Bathukamma
being celebrated by women of the city, worshiping the goddess with different flowers for nine days.[52] The women carry their Bathukamma
Bathukamma
to the nearest temple of their locality, then they clap, sing and dance rhythmically around the Bathukamma.[53] Along with Bathukamma, Bonalu is also declared as a state festival on 15 June 2014.[54] Other festivals are, Sammakka Saralamma Jatara
Sammakka Saralamma Jatara
( Medaram
Medaram
Jatara), a popular religious congregation in the honour of Goddess at Medaram
Medaram
of Warangal district. Cuisine The cuisine of the city is mainly of Deccan dishes. The breakfast items include Chapati, and Puri. Rice with variety of curries including curd is taken as main food and the most notable one is the Biryani. Special
Special
food items Harees
Harees
and Haleem
Haleem
are traditional food items available in the season of Ramadan.[55] References[edit]

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Further reading[edit]

Wagoner, Phillip B.; Rice, John Henry (2001). "From Delhi to the Deccan: Newly Discovered Tughluq Monuments at Warangal-Sult̤ānpur and the Beginnings of Indo-Islamic Architecture in Southern India". Artibus Asiae. 61 (1): 77–117. JSTOR 3249963.  (subscription required)

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