Ramappa Temple Warangal – Symbol of Kakatiya Architecture | Warangal Tourism

Built in 1213 A.D, the Ramappa Temple is a fine specimen of the Kakatiyan architectural styles. Located at a distance of 77 km from Warangal, the Ramappa Temple in Palampet is easily accessible by road.

The presiding deity of the Ramappa temple Warangal is Ramalingeshwara. The deity is a form of Shiva that combines the features of both Lord Shiva and Lord Rama, the human reincarnation of Lord Vishnu. For this reason the Ramappa temple is also known as Ramalingeshwara temple. It is also the first temple of its age to be named after its builder or architect Ramappa.

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