A Trip To Telangana Is Incomplete Without Visiting This Temple That Was Built In 1253
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Ramappa Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and if sources are to be believed, this temple took about 40 years to be constructed! Two statues of dancers welcome you very gracefully as you enter the glorious premises which will surely leave you awestruck. Located in the ancient city of the Kakatiya dynasty, this temple has survived wars and natural disasters and we have all the deets about this place right here!
Om Namah Shivay | Ramappa Temple has several smaller shrines of Lord Shiva, which are mostly in ruins due to an earthquake that struck in the 17th century. The walls and ceilings of this temple are intricately engraved with mythical animals, creatures and life which is long forgotten. If you have an eye for photography, don’t forget to get your DSLR’s to get those Insta worthy shots!
You can get to Ramappa Temple through a bus, which you can take from Palampet. An autorickshaw from the bus stand will take you to the entrance of the temple. So if you’re in the city, don’t forget to check out the Ramappa Temple and experience the ancient religious ardor!
Where | Ramappa Temple, Palampet, Telangana
Timings | 6 AM - 6 PM