Vanavigyan Kendra is located on ‘Hunter Road’ in between Warangal and Hanamakonda. As the name suggests, it deals with plants found in forests. Warangal is a home to loads of trees, shrubs, and creepers. All these are analyzed at Vanavigyan Kendra.
This lake is located at a distance of around 90 Kilometers from Warangal. It’s the perfect spot for youngsters who look for privacy in forests. The specialty of Laknavaram Lake lies in presence of ‘hanging bridges’ which connect 3 islands. This lake has been surrounded by ‘green ... More hills’ on all sides.
This lake is amongst the man-made lakes built in the year 1213 by Ganapathideva, the ‘Kakatiya King’, by having harnessed a petite tributary of Krishna River. Its area is of 30 sq. Km; and it lies at a distance of 50 Kilometers from Warangal.
Warangal lies in Andhra Pradesh’s Telangana region. It stands at a distance of 145 Km on the north-eastern side of Hyderabad, i.e. state capital.
From the geographical point of view, Warangal’s total area is of 12846 sq. Km. It’s bordered by ‘Karimnagar district’ on the northern side, Khammam district on the eastern as well as south-eastern side, Nalgonda district on the south-western side, ... More and ‘Medak district’ on the western side. This place has obtained reputation as a ‘granite center’ of India; especially brown and black varieties, tobacco, cotton, and grain market (chillies and rice). The elevation on an average is of 990 feet.
Most of the people in Warangal speak Telugu. It’s, in fact, the state language of Andhra Pradesh.
The population as per 1991 census was 2818832.
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