Why Choose Warangal Tour
Warangal is the place where you will witness the "Beautiful Ancient Architecture". Warangal was initially ruled by Yadava kings in 8th Century, which was then followed by Kakatiya Dynasty in the 12th Century. Before 1262 Ganapatideva father of Rudramadevi has replaced the Brick wall construction with the stone wall. Rudramadevi (one among the women rulers) has ruled till 1289, followed by her son Prataparudra-II. When Prataparudra-II is being ruled that age is known as the Golden age. During the Kakatiya period, there were Huge wall constructions, Building Gateways and so many other to protect their kingdom from getting attacked.
Then after 20 years, Sultans of Delhi started ruling Warangal. In the year 1309 Malik kafur had attacked with over 100,000 men, then Prataparudra-II fought for many months but they couldn't do it more than six months, so he agreed a trace with kafur and gave him wealth including Koh-i-Noor diamond. And the most terrible thing was to that Prataparudra-II have to bow to Delhi sultans every day as if he is the subordinate to Delhi sultans. Finally, kafur left in 1310, and Prataparudra started ruling again. In a war, Prataparudra-II surrendered himself and died on the bank of River Godavari. Warangal then named after Sultanpur between 1324 to 1332 and ruled till 1335.
Then Nayaka's took over the control, and then Qutb Shahi dynasty of Golconda took control, later on, Nizams of Hyderabad took over the control.