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Warangal is one of the two metropolitan urban areas in the Indian province of Telangana. It is the region base camp of Warangal Urban District. Warangal is the second most crowded city in the state, with the other being state capital, Hyderabad. Starting at 2011 statistics of India, it had a populace of 753,538 and a territory of 471 km2 (182 sq mi). It is one of the eleven urban areas in the nation to have been decided for the HRIDAY – Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana plot by the Government of India. It was likewise chosen as a brilliant city in the “most optimized plan of attack rivalry”, which makes it qualified for extra venture to improve urban foundation and modern open doors under the Smart Cities Mission. 

Warangal filled in as the capital of the Kakatiya tradition which was set up in 1163. The landmarks left by the Kakatiyas incorporate strongholds, lakes, sanctuaries and stone entryways which, in the present, helped the city to turn into a mainstream vacation destination. The Kakatiya Kala Thoranam was incorporated into the image of Telangana by the state government. 

During the Kakatiya rule, Warangal was alluded with different names like Orugallu, Ekasila Nagaram, or Omatikonda every one of these methods a ‘solitary stone’ alluding to a colossal rock present in the Warangal stronghold. At the point when the kakatiyan administration was vanquished by Delhi Sultanate in 1323, ruler Juna khan vanquished the city and renamed it as Sultanpur. Later Musunuri Nayaks recovered warangal in 1336 A. D. what’s more, named it Orugallu once more.

Warangal Tri-City

The Three Urban Communities Kazipet, Hanamkonda And Warangal Are As One Known As Warangal Tri-City. The Three Urban Areas Are Associated By National Highway 163. The Significant Stations Are Kazipet Junction Railroad Station And Warangal Rail Line Station.

Heritage City Development

National Heritage City Development And Augmentation Yojana[Clarification Needed] (HRIDAY) Was Propelled On 21 January 2015 With The Point Of Uniting Urban Arranging, Monetary Development And Legacy Preservation In A Comprehensive Way To Safeguard The Legacy Character Of Every Heritage City.

The Scheme Will Bolster Improvement Of Center Legacy Framework Activities Including Renewal Of Connected Urban Foundation For Legacy Resources, For Example, Landmarks, Ghats, Sanctuaries And So Forth Alongside Restoring Certain Impalpable Resources. These Activities Will Incorporate Improvement Of Sanitation Offices, Streets, Open Transportation And Stopping, Native Administrations, Data Stands And So On.

With A Length Of 4 Years (Finishing In November 2018) And An Absolute Expense Of ₹500 Crore (US$72 Million), The Scheme Is Set To Be Executed In 12 Recognized Cities In Particular, Ajmer, Amaravati, Amritsar, Badami, Dwarka, Gaya, Kanchipuram, Mathura, Puri, Varanasi, Velankanni And Warangal.

Warangal Railway Station

Warangal Railroad (Station Code:WL) Is Situated At Warangal Urban District In Telangana. It Is Under The Organization Of Secunderabad Railway Division Of South Central Railway Zone On The Delhi-Chennai Line. Most Of The Trains Running On Vijayawada-Warangal Segment Go Through Warangal Railroad Station. Kazipet Intersection Is The Close By Railway Station.


The National Institute Of Technology, Warangal (NIT Warangal Or NITW) Is An Open Designing Establishment Situated In Warangal, India. It Is Perceived As An Institute Of National Importance By The Government Of India. The Establishment Stone For This Foundation Was Laid By Then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru On 1959, The First In The Chain Of 31 NITs (Once In The Past Known As RECs) In The Nation. The Foundation Was Renamed As The National Institute Of Technology, Warangal In 2002.