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About Guwahati

If it was known by the English meaning of the Assamese word for 'Betel nut Market', it would no justice to its attractive and beautiful offering. 'The Light of the East' is what many call it; Guwahati is truly the gateway to the serene north eastern part of India. One cannot plan a trip to the Northeast and not have Guwahati on their itinerary. The most cosmopolitan and vibrant city of the state of Assam, Guwahati is also the largest and the fastest growing city in the entire Northeast. Situated on the south bank of the grand Brahmaputra River, the city has an amazing view of the foothills of the Shillong plateau. Out of the many tourist destinations that the city has to offer, the temples of Guwahati are the ones to look for. The famous Kamakhya temple which is located atop the Nilachal hill, is known to be one of the most valued and respected shrines of the worshippers of 'Shakti'. The Umananda temple, which is located in the middle of an island on the River Brahmaputra, offers a beautiful view of the riverside and a peaceful environment. Guwahati is also the home to one of the largest zoos in the country and the largest in the Northeast region. The zoo has a thriving population of Elephants and the famous one-horned Rhinoceros. The city is also an exciting place for all the sportspersons of the region as it has many stadiums and sports complexes which include the famous Nehru stadium which hosts international Cricket matches. Guwahati is mix of the old and the new. On one end it has colonial-era mansions and age old local markets and on the other, it has a growing manufacturing sector which makes it the fastest growing city of the northeast.

About Warangal

Situated 145 km away from Hyderabad in Telangana state is recognized as one of the best heritage city of India.Its name has been derived from the word Orugallu where Oru stands for one and Kallu means alone. The city was the capital of the Kakatiya kingdom which ruled between 12 and 14 century.The ruler Kakatiyas ruled more than 200 years and left many historical monuments and architectural marvels like Warangal fort, Swayamnu temple and much more in the row. UNESCO has declared Warangal World Heritage City in February 2013 Places to visit The city blends with the mixture of scenic beauty and human made structures which make this city attractive for tourists. 1. Shiva Temple: Constructed in the 18th century, the walls of this temple have several carvings and inscriptions on them. 2. Bhadrakali Temple: Temple is dedicated to goddess Bhadrakali with fierce looking eyes and face.Major attractions are the stone image of the deity in human form and having eight hands holding weapons. 3. Thousand Pillar Temple: One of the finest specimens of Kakatiya architecture and sculpture was constructed in 1163 AD by Rudra Dev.The three presiding deities are Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Surya. 4. Wildlife Sanctuary at Pakahal : It is man-made lake which was completed in 1213AD by the royal Kakatiyas.It is mixed with forests, bamboo, and teak. It is surrounded by a mesmerizing range of low hills and marvelous plateau. 5. Wildlife Sanctuary at Eturnagarm: Declared as the wildlife sanctuary in 1953, this sanctuary major attraction is its bio-diversity.This sanctuary is also counted as those eco-regions which have epitome of various embryonic species of ephemeral elements. There are various other places to visit like Pakhal lake, the musical garden, rock garden and much more. Cuisine to eat The food in Warangal are basically prepared with peanuts, tamarind, mango, sugarcane and corn.Its mango pickle is yummy which nobody forgets to taste.Dishes here are highly influenced by Afghan and Persian cuisine.Sugar Madugulu is a famous dessert of Warangal. This city is full of heritage sites with mouth watering food and has historical ventures and worth visiting once if you are in Telangana state.

Guwahati to Warangal via Train

A preferred but dry mode of travel, train journey kills the fun of stopping by at intervals and viewing the attractions that the route from Guwahati to Warangal has to offer. Prior bookings and ticket confirmation worries can make travelling a burden. So book Guwahati to Warangal cab from Wiwigo.com the day you want to take your journey and forget about confirmations and restrictions!

Guwahati to Warangal via Bus

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