Timings : 5:30 AM - 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Goddess Bhadrakali is one of the ten great manifestations of the Supreme Goddess of Hindu cosmic mythology and the Bhadrakali temple at Warangal is devoted to the god of rage and fury and protector of the goodness from the darkness. The temple is in a real sense an ancient one – dating back to 625 AD to the era of the Chalukyan kings or so is depicted from the in-house inscriptions. Not just history and mysticism, the magnificent temple is an attraction because of its picturesque beauty of natural rock formation and the vast lake that creates an undeniable spiritual serenity about the place. Tourists can simply enjoy the soft breeze and take in the vast expanse of it, or choose to go boating as well.
Tourists love to have a glimpse of the Bhadrakali temple mainly because unlike most of the other temples of the Goddess and her various manifestations in South India, the deity of this temple does not have the calm and soothing ambience about it. The temple enshrines the Goddess Kali, the mother Goddess in Hindu mythology, adorned with weapons in all the eight arms and the statue of the Goddess is in the sitting posture with a crown in her head. The structure of the temple is in the amazing architectural style of Chalukyas. With its roots too deep into Indian history as well mythology, the Bhadrakali temple attracts thousands of devout visitors every year - those who want to have darshan of the Shakti manifestation as well as those who just want to explore a great architecturally and historically significant site.
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