Bhadra Kali Temple
Historical | Pilgrimage
#3 of 17 Places to Visit in Warangal
Distance (From Warangal Railway Station): 5 Kms
Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1 Hour
Place Location: Towards Hanmakonda
Transportation Options: Cab / Auto
Travel Tips: 1. Musical Garden & Planeterium (1 Km) can be visited along with this place.
At a distance of 5 Kms from Warangal Railway Station, the Bhadra Kali Temple is situated on top a hillock towards Hanamkonda. This temple is famous for 2.7 meter stone idol of the deity with eight arms and a weapon in each hand, in sitting posture. This deity is believed to be worshipped by the Chalukyan ruler Pulakesin-II in the year 625 AD.
The temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali, found in peaceful mood. This temple is located on the banks of Bhadrakali Lake. There is a park adjacent to the temple along Bhadrakali Lake which also has a shrine for Lord Siva in the form of Sri Chandra Mouleeswara.
Brahmotsavas are held every year in the month of April/May in a grand manner. The festival attracts thousands of devotees from all over the region of Telangana.
Timings: 5 AM to 1 PM & 3 - 9 PM. No lunch break during festivals. Photography not allowed.