Warangal Bhadrakali Temple, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Warangal Bhdrakali Matha Temple History 

As per the writings on the temple wall this temple is believed to be constructed by the King Pulakesi II ofChalukya dynasty around 625 A.D to commemorate his victory over Vengi region of Andhra Desham. This can be observed from the square pillars used in the temple structure which were different from the circular pillars commonly used in temples constructed byKakatiyas.
The Kakatiya kings of "Orugallu empire" which is the present Warangal city have adopted Goddess Bhadrakali as their "Kula Devatha" giving her preference over other gods. The lake was built later by Ganapathi Deva, a minister in Kakatiya Dynasty. A road leading to the temple was also added during that period.
Due to the fall of Kakatiya Dynasty to the Muslim ruler of Delhi Ala-ud-din Khilji, his general Malik Kafurand later to Ghias-ud-Din Tughlak, and during the rule of Bahamani Sultans and Golkonda rulers, the temple lost its prominence over the period and the place has become dilapidated.
Sri Ganapathi Sastri (a.k.a. B. S. Ganesh Rao) a Brahmin and devi upasaka (Devotee of Goddess Kali) from Karnataka has migrated to Warangal in 1940's. He noticed the old Bhadrakali temple and has taken interest in renovating the temple. He constructed a small house next to the temple and started living in this isolated place. He along with Sri Mudumbai Ramanujacharya sought the help of Sri Maganlal Sameja (a prominent local merchant) and other affluent locals and renovated the old temple in 1950. Many persons like Brahmasri Sri Hari Radhakrishnamurthy, Adluri Seetharama Shastry, Vangala Guravaiah, Thandra Venkata Rama Narsaiah, Mahatapaswini Mangalambika and Tankasala Narasimha Rao have lent their hands in the renovation work of the temple.
Before the temple was renovated in 1950 there were Animal Sacrifices at the temple (an old custom at Kali temples in India). This practice was stopped from 1950 onwards after the renovation of the temple. During the renovation, Chandi yantra was installed in the temple and amrutha beejaksharas (holy shlokas) were written on the deity's hanging tongue and modified the deity's fierce looking eyes and tongue to a pleasant looking face. Since then everyday poojas, Sharannavaratras, Vasantha navarathras are being conducted regularly as per the Vedic rites.
Sri Ganapathi Sastri, the founding trustee of the temple is presently over 105 years old. He is still actively participating in the temple affairs. In the past few years he has taken interest in an old Shiva temple near Bhadrakali temple and started renovating it. The people of Warangal City and well wishers of Sri Ganapathi Sastri celebrated his 100th birthday few years ago. Today his son Sri B. Seshagiri Rao has taken over the temple affairs as chief priest.
Sri Ganapathi Sastri, at the age of 113 has passed away on Friday night on 11 November 2011 here in Warangal. He is survived by two sons and three daughters. He was still the Bhadrakali's temple trustee at the time of his passing away. The temple and the people of Warangal have lost a great man who has developed the temple single handedly.

                                                                   it is also known from the devotees that there are some unique rocks with some special shape which is said to carry some spiritual powers. To add to the awe of a person the temple is 250 year old and is said that the temple is built by Pulakesi-II. Even though one looks at the image of the goddess as Bhadrakali it is said that the goddess is transformed by the chanting of mantras in to a rare form called Tripura Sundari which means Beauty of the three worlds or meant to be cities and one can predict the three cities as Kazipet, Hanamkonda and Warangal.

The major attraction at the Bhadrakali Temple in warangal is that it is located on the bed of picturesque Bhadrakali Lake. This is an artificial lake which is of 2 and half kilometers radius. There are a number of natural formation of the rocks surrounding the temple in the lake and also adding charm to the temple and these rock formations are the most dominant in the temple.

The boating in the lake is thrilling and most of the times devotees come here for spending leisure time apart from the visit to the temple. There are a number of provisions made for the visitors at the temple premises. One has to pay a fee to use the boats in the lake. Usually most of the time you would find young people at the lake because of its close proximity to colleges.                                                        
Temple Long view in day time

Temple long view in the night time

Sri Gokulam in Front Said Of Temple

Main Entree in Temple

Sri Gokulam In Front of Main Entree
About Temple

The temple's main deity Goddess Bhadrakali's image is made in a 2.7x2.7 meters square stone facing west with pleasant looking eyes holding weapons in her eight hands with Shiva under her feet. 'Sree Chakram' and 'Utsava Vigrahas' of Bhadrakali are placed in front of the main deity.
A statue of Lion, Bhadrakali's vahana on which she rides, is placed opposite the sanctum sanctorum. The temple also has a Dhwaja Sthambam and Balipeetham.
Some of the oldest deities in the Maha Mantapam along with Bhadrakali are Uma Maheshwara images on stone in front of Shiva Linga, Subramanya Swamy statue, Hanuman statue and Navagrahas all carved in stone.
A new road was constructed in 1966 from the temple to the Warangal-Kazipet main road next to Government Polytechnic. The temple has been expanded in the 2000s with the addition of Alaya Shikaram, Maha Mantapam. Recently Sri Vallabha Ganapathi temple and temple parikrama have been added to the main temple.
The temple management is also running a Veda Pathasala (School for learning Vedas) near the temple.
There are 8 major and 12 minor temples in the mountains surrounding the Bhadrakali Temple including Padmakshi temple, Sri Shirdi Sai Baba, Sri Narasimha swamy temple and Sri Pothuluri Veerabrahmendra Swamy temple.
Bhadrakali Temple has become a major tourist place and people from many parts of India visit this temple.
Bhadrakali Arch in the Year of 2000

Bhadrakali Arch in the New Look 

Vallabha Ganathi Temple. First visiting god in the Bhadrakali Temple 

Ammavari Utsava Vigraham 

Dwajastambam & Temple Inner view 

Fairs and festivals

Five major festivals are being celebrated every year In Bhadrkali Temple.

Vasantotsavam or Vasantha Navarathri in Chaitra masam.

Bhadrakali Bhadreshwara Swami Kalyana Brahmotsavalu in Vaisaka Masam

Shakambari Navarathri in Ashaadha Masam

Maha Sharan Navarathri or Durga Devi Navarathri in Ashwayuja Masam

Maghi Utsavalu or Maga Navarathri in Magha masam

Vasantotsavam or Vasantha Navarathri 

9 day festival dedicated to 9 forms of Goddess Bhadrakali in Chaitra masa which is the start of Vasantha Ruthu (Spring Season). The temple of goddess Bhadrakali atop Warangal witnessed an unusual bustle on Ugadi. A large number of devotees thronged the temple premises for a darshan of the goddess and be a part of the week-long Chaitra Maasa Vasantha Navaraatratri Utsavaalu (Chaitra Vasantotsavam) kicked off by the temple authorities.  During the festival period, special pujas will be offered and the goddess will be adorned with different varieties of flowers on each day as part of Laksha Pushpaarchana Puja.  

Bhadrakali Bhadreshwara Swami Kalyana Brahmotsavalu in Vaisaka Masam                                                                                      (BHADRAKALI BRAHMOTSAVALU)

Bhardakali Bhadreshwara swami Vari Kalyanotsavam

Decorative Temple In the Color full lighting  
Bhadrkali Badreshwara Brahmotsavalu celebrations being on Vaisakha Shudda Padyami (first day of Vaisaka masam), Vaisakha Shudda Panchami Kalyanotsavam  And culminated on Vaisakha Shudda Dwadashi.

1St Day Vigraha Prathistapana

Utsava Vigraha Prathistapana
To Day Puja Nithyahinikam, Utsavanugna Prardana and also Conducted Abishekam with   River water, Sarva oushada Water, Swarnodakam and Rathnodakam .
'Utsava Vigrahas' of Bhadrakali are placed in Mahamandapam at 7pm deity has been though this the Brahmotsavam will start.

2Nd Day Dwajarohanam

Vrushabha Vahana Seva

Today puja’s:  Vardani Puja, Yagashala Pravesham, Bhuthopa danam, Yagamandapa Sthula Puja, Dwara Thorana Puja, Agni Prathishta, Sarvatobadra Navagraha Vasthu Yogini, Chathushasti Bhyrava Mandala Puja, kshethra palaka Mandala devatha yajanam, Chatha ha Stanarchana, Beri Puja, Beri Thandam, Dwajarohanam .

Today Vahana Seva: 11 am Vrushba Vahana seva, 7 pm Mruga Vahana Seva.

3rd Day Edurkullu Mahotsavam

Edurkol Mahotsavam

Sarva Shubhankari & Makara vahana seva
 Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana,
 7.30 pm Edurkullu
Today Alankarana: Sarva Shubhankari Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva:  11 am makhara Vahana Seva, 6pm Chandra Prabha Vahana Seva

4Th Day Bhadrakali Bhadreshvarla Kalyanotsavam (Adi Shankara Jayanti)

Bhadrakali Bhdreshwara Kalyanam


Gajavahana Seva

Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana, 11am Adi Shankara Samaradana, Beri Murthy Purna Alankarana, Gajapula Mala Alankarana and 9pm Kalayanam
Today Alankarana: Durga matha Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva: 11am Simha Vahana Seva, 7pm Gaja Vahana Seva

5th Day Saraswathi Alankarana
Savitri  Alankarana
Suryaprabha Vahana Seva
Saraswathi Alankarana
Hamsa Vahana Seva
Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana,Sadasyam
Today Alankarana: 11am Savithri Alankarana, 7pm Saraswathi Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva: 11amSurya Prabh Vahana seva, 7pm Hamsa Vahana seva

6th Day vyashnavi Devi Alankarana

Vyasnavi Alankarana
Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana, Chorotsavam
Today Alankarana: vyashnavi Alankarana, Dhana Lakshmi Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva: 11am Pallaki Seva, 7pm Shesha Vahana Seva

7th Day Ghandotsavam

Salabhanjika Radha Vahana Seva

Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana,
Today Alankarana: Ghandotsavam
Today Vahana Seva: Salabhanjika Ratha Vahana Seva

8th Day Rathotsavam

Vishesha Alankarana
Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana,Rathanga Homam
Today Alankarana:  Vishesha Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva: Radhotsavam
Sarvamangali Alankarana
Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana,Palabogam, Kshirannam
Today Alankarana: Sarvamangali Alankarana,Ashvaharudadevi Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva: Bhadra Peeta Vahana seva , Dolotsvam, Ashva vahana seva

10th Day Vimana Seva   

Bhoga Lakshmi Alankarana & Muthyala Pallaki Sava
Rajya Lakshmi Alankarana 
Today puja’s:  Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana
Today Alankarana: Bhoga Lakshmi Alankarana, Rajya Lakshmi Alankarana
Today Vahana Seva:  Muthyala pallaki seva, SarvaBhupala vahana Vimana seva

11thDay Thrishula Thirthotsavam, Pushpa Yagam, Dwajarohanam, Brahmotsavala Samapthi

Yoga Lakshmi Alankarana

Sharabha vahana seva
Thrishula Thirthotsavam
Back to Temple after thrishula  Thirthotsavam
 Different type of flowers in Pupabhishekam
                       Moksha lakshimi Alankarana & Pushpa Ratha Vahana Seva
Today puja’s:  5am Niryalya seva, Suprabhtha seva, Nithyahinikam, Chatha ha Stanarchana, 11am Churnotsavam, 12pm Yagam, Purnhuthi,Bhali Pradanam,Dwajarohanam. 2pm Thrishula Thirthotsavam,Udvasana 7pm Pushpbhishekam
Today Alankarana: Yaga Lakshmi Alankarana, Moksha Lakshmi
Today Vahana Seva: Sharabha vahana seva, puspartha Vahana seva

Shakambari Navarathri in Ashaadha Masam

Ashada Navarathri festival, Nine festive nights that falls during the month of ashadam, is on auspicious occasion in the temple. Ashada Navarathri uthsavam is all so called as Shakambari Navarathri. Ashada Navarathri celebrations being on ashada shukla paksha padyami (first day of ashada masam)   and culminated on Dashami    
During Ashada Navarathri, For fourteen Days goddess Bhadrakali idol   is appeared in the Alankar of Shakambari devi. Bhadrakali idol is decorated with Vegetables and Fruits and worshiped as Shakambari Maa 
1st Day Kalasha Sthapana
               Khali Kramamlo Ammavaru

Khali Alankarana
1st Day 4.30 am Nithyahinikam,  Utsavanugna,  Prardana,  6.30am Gouri Puja, Ganapathi puja, Punyahavachakam, Mathruka puja,  Naandhi,  Ayushyamasthajapam, Brahmakurchahavanam (Panchagavya Homam), Panchagavyaprshana, Ruthivigvaranam, Maduparkaveedi, Pathisarabandhanam, Snapanam, Vasthu Yagam, Parnikaranam, Mruthsangrahanam, Vardhani puja, Yagashala Praveshem,  Bhuthopa danam, Digrakshnam, Mannapa Stunapuja, Dwarathorana Puja, Dwajarohana, Karkari Sthapanam, Bhaliprdanam, Kunda Samskaram, Aghni Prathistha, Sarvathobhadra, Vasthu, Yogini. Ganapathi, Navagraha, Kshethrapala Mandala Devathaa Yajapam, Chathu ha Sthanarchana… worships held. After decorative Khali Alankarana.

2nd Day Kapalini kramamlo Ammavaru

Kapalini kramamlo Ammavaru
 2nd day early morning held to suprabatham,Nithya Hinikam, Veda parayana, japamulu, chandi homam, Chathu sthanarchana.

3rd Day Kullakramamlo Ammavaru

Kullakramamlo Ammavaru

4th Day  Kurukulla MathaGa Ammavaru

Kurukulla Kramamlo Ammavaru

5th Day Virodini Mathaga Ammavaru

Virodini Kramamlo Ammavaru

6th Day Viprachittha Mathaga Ammavaru

Viprachittha Kramamlo Ammavaru

7th Day Ugra Mathaga Ammavaru

Ugra Kramamlo Ammavaru
8th Day Ugraprabha Mathaga Ammavaru

Ugraprabha Kramamlo Ammavaru
9th Day Deptha Mathaga Ammavaru

Deptha Kramamlo Ammavaru

10th Neela  Mathaga Ammavaru

Neela Kamamlo Ammavaru
11th Ghana Mathaga Ammavaru

Ghana Kramamlo Ammavaru
12th Balaka and Mathra Mathaga Ammavaru

Balaka Kramalo Ammavaru
13th Mudra Mathaga Ammavaru

Mudra Kramam Ammavaru
14th Mitha Mathaga Ammavaru

Shakambari Matha

Maha Sharan Navarathri or Durga Devi Navarathri in Ashwayuja Masam
Vijaya dashami is one of the important festivals and it is celebrated for 9 days. This festival is celebrated in all the temples of goddess Durga. Goddess durga is decorated in nine forms for nine days. This festival is celebrated with much fan fare in Warangal Bhadrakali temple. 
1st Day Bala Tripura Sundari Alankarana, Kalasa Stapana
On this Day Durga Devi is decorate as bala. Bala means small child. On this day small kids under 2-10 years will be given new cloth and also some gifts.
  As Part of the celebration of Devisharan Navarathri festivals in Bhdrakali temple First day Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam, Ushakalarchanaworship and Kalasha Stapana to be held. After Bhdrakali Ammavaru decorated by BalaTripuraSundari.  
2nd Day Annapurna Devi Alankarana
Goddess of food. Anna means food, poorna means full, complete. She is the symbol for the one who grants nourishment on every level.
Devi Navaratri festivities on the second day Bhadrakali ammavaru decorated by Annapurna Devi Alankarana
On the morning of 4 to Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam to be held. After Annapurna Devi   of decorative mulamantra worship, chatushashti worship in order of spinster, and Balivahana, Makaravahana seva’s will be conducted.
In the evening 7’ o clock decorative Devaja Durga Alankarana, and Chandraprabha vahana seva conducted With mangalavaidyalu,vedhamarthocharana.
3rd Day Gaayathri Devi Alankarana
One of the forms of Maa, durga is worshiped by her devotees. Goddess Gaayatrhi is considered the Veda matha, the Mother of Vedas. Vedas are large body of texts, composed in Vedic Sanskrit and they form the oldest layer of Sanskrit Literature, and the oldest in sacred text of Hinduism, Goddess Gaayathri is the Mother of Vedas.  
Devi Navaratri festivities on the Thirdday Bhadrakali ammavaru decorated by Gaayathri Devi Alankarana
On the morning of 4 to Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam, Ushakalarchana,Kshiranna Nivedhana,Nirajana Mathrapushpa worship to be held.Ofter Gaayarthi Devi Decorative Chathushtarchana, Bhaliharana worship to be held in order to chandraghanta.
In the evening 7’ o clock decorative Mahishasura Mardhani, and Gaja vahana seva will be conducted.
4th Day Lalitha maha Tripura sundari Alankarana
She is the Each, Chaitanya Gnyana shakthi swaroopini. Lalita means ”she who plays”, all creation, manifestation and dissolution, Tripura means the three worlds Svarloka ( heaven) Bhuloka ( Physical world) patala (Hell), Sundari means most beautiful so in full Lalitha Tripura Sundari means” The Most Beautiful Girl in the three Worlds”. She is the Goddess of bliss.
The lalitha Sahasranama is one of the famous prayers of Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi, details her charms from head to foot, and describes her as a mother to all beings in the World. Lalitha sahasranamam is a very powerful prayer of Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi especially auspicious to chant this on Fridays.

Devi Navaratri festivities on the Forth day Bhadrakali ammavaru decorated by Lalitha maha Tripura sundari Alankarana
On the morning of 4 to Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam, Ushakalarchana, Kshiranna Nivedhana, Nirajana Mathrapushpa worship to be held.

5th day Bhavani Devi Alankarana
Bhavani is a ferocious aspect of the Hindu goddess Parvati. Bhavani means "giver of life", the power of nature or the source of creative energy. In addition to her ferocious aspect, she is also known as Karunaswaroopini
Devi Navaratri festivities on the Fifth day Bhadrakali ammavaru decorated by Bhavani Devi Alankarana
On the morning of 4 to Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam to be held.  After Bhavanii Devi   of decorative chathustanarchana worship, Navapatanarchana worship chatushashti worship, Veda Parayanam,Sridevi bhagavatha parayanam, Chandi parayanam, Khali,Lalitha, Laksmi, Shiva, Vishnu sahasra nama parayanam, mulamathra Japanustana havanalu to be held.  In order of spinster, and Balivahana, Makaravahana seva’s will be conducted. Afternoon Kathyayani Durgarchana, Gadhotsavam conducted
In the night 7’ o clock Chandamundaha durgarcana and Salabhanjikaseva will be conducted.
6th day Saraswathi Devi Alankarana
Which is the maa Saraswathi s nakshatram (astrological star)? She is the goddess of knowledge and music and arts, and also she regarded as Vagdevi Goddess of sound, speech, consciousness and wisdom. Maa Saraswathi appears with white dress, seated on white lotus and with four hands in one hand holding a book, in one hand playing veena (a musical instrument) in one hand japa mala(rosary) this representing the power of meditation and spirituality and in the other hand Kamandalam(A pot with sacred water)representing creative and purificatory powers. Saraswath Devi is also referred as Sharda Devi. 

Devi Navaratri festivities on the Sixthday Bhadrakali ammavaru decorated by Saraswathi Devi Alankarana
On The morning Nityahnikam, Shakthi pancayitapuja process to navapathanarcanadulu, chatuhshashtipuja, vedaparayanam to be held. Afternoon Kalaratrhi Durgarchana, Rakthabijaha Durgarchana conducted
Rathotsavam held on the night of 8’o clock

7th day Maha Durga Devi Alankarana

The most powerful goddess she is the mother of the universe, she is the power and she is behind the work of creation, preservation and destruction of the world. Durga Devi is mentioned by Vedas as a supreme power.
The meaning of the Durga in Sanskrit is a fort, or is a place which is very difficult to reach. And one more meaning of durga is Durgatinashini meaning is the one who removes your sufferings. Hindus believe that Durga Devi protects her devotees from the evils of the world and removes there sorrows. She has Simha vaahini means Loin is her vehicle, she is Trinayani means she is a three eyed Goddess. 

Devi Navaratri festivities on the Seventh day Bhadrakali ammavaru spotted by MahaDurgaDevi decoration.
On the morning of 4 to Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam, Ushakalarchana, Mula Nakshathra Saraswathi worship to be held.   After Mahadurga Devi of decorative chathustanarchana worship,Maha Gouri Durgarchanaworship to be held, and will be conducted vahanapuja with Bhadrapethaseva.
In the night 7’ o clock Nishumbhuha durgarchana,Ashwa vahana seva and 8’o clock Sri Bhadrakali birthday, vishesh abhishekalu,Laksha kumkumarchna, Maharathri jagarana  will be conducted.
In the Early morning Bhagavatha Parayanam, veda Parayanam, lakshmi, Chandi, Saraswathi, Bhagavadgithaparayanam held in the temple.

8th day Mahishasura mardhini Alankarana

This is the most fiercely form of Maa Durga which is the warrior aspect of divine mother. Mahishasura mardhani is the form of Durga Devi after she killed mahishasura. Mahishasura mardhani means the slayer of Mahishasur. So people celebrate this day as divine mother’s victory on badevil.   
As Part of the celebration of Devisharan Navarathri festivals in Bhdrakali temple eighth day held on Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam, Ushakalarchanaworship, and decorated by Mahishasura Mardhini alankarana.

9th day Aparajitha Devi Alankarana

Goddess Aparajita is one among the numerous forms of Goddess Durga. Aparajita means the unconquered. In this form, she is worshipped on the Vijaya Dasami or Dasara day. People worship this form of Durga for winning the battles of life.
The popular belief is that in the Aparajitha form, Mother Goddess vanquished all those that were practicing Adharma. She protected those following dharma.
Goddess Aparajita rides a lion and has numerous arms with several weapons.
The form and attributes of Goddess Aparajitha is mentioned in the Devi Purana and Chandi Patha.
The rituals and pujas associated with Aparajitha are mentioned in Tantric texts.
Some devotees observe a fast on the Vijaya Dasami day. Special pujas are held on the day dedicated to this form of Durga in Orissa, Jharkhand, Bengal and other parts of eastern India.
There is also a belief is some Hindus that Goddess Aparajita resides in the Shami Tree. Shami Puja is also held on the Vijayadasami day.

DeviSharan Navaratri festivities on the Ninth day Bhadrakali ammavaru decorated by Aparajitha Devi Alankarana.
On the morning Suprabhataseva, Nityahnikam, Kalashodwasanam Purnnbhishekam to be held.
After Aparajitha Devi of decorative Aparajitha puja, Shami puja, Ayudhapuja, Vahana puja will be conducted.
In the evening Jalakridotsavam conducted 
In Bhadrakali temple (WARANGAL) she appears like this in the evening time there will be a boat festival in Bhadrakali lake, they bring the Goddess Bhadrakali utsava vigraham (a small idol of Bhadrakali devi) down, they decorate a beautiful swan shape boat with lights and place the Devi idol on it and make few rounds in the Bhadrakali lake and bring back the idol to the main temple this is called Teppotsavam. 

Maghi Utsavalu or Maga Navarathri in Magha masam

Warangal Bhadrakali Temple Timings & Visiting Hours

The day begins at the temple with "Suprbhatha Seva” ceremony at 5.00 AM with Sannai Trupets Naubat etc. Abhishekam,Path ha Kalarchana will be performed at 6.00 AM.

Rs  20-00
ThreeShathi namarchana
Rs  40-00
Ashtothara Shatha Namarchana
Rs  30-00
Sahasra Namarchana
Rs  50-00
Rs  60-00
Mahanyasapurvaka Rudrabhishekam
Rs 151-00
Shari, Odi Biyyam
Rs     5-00
Spl Dharashanam
Rs    10-00
Vahana Puja (including in all)
Rs  100-00 to 300-00
Navagrha Puja
Rs    50-00
Sri Ammavari Purna Abhishekam
Rs 1116-00
Anna Prasan/ Akshara Srikaram
Rs  101-00
Sri Ammavari Shashvitha Puja
Rs 1116-00
Sri Subramanyeshwara Abhishekam
Rs    51-00
Nithya Chandi Homam
Rs  2516-00
Shashvitha Nithyarchana
Rs 10116-00
Shashvitha Nithyannadanam
Rs  5116-00
Shashvitha Nivedhana
Rs  5116-00
                                   Visiting Hours
Suprbatha Seva           
Spl Darshanam    ( Rs 10/-)              
Seva Darshan  (Rs20/- Rs1116/-)   
Darma Darshanam                           
Madyahinikam, Maha Nivedhana,Baliprdanam                   
Darma Darshan                         
Temple Closed             
Seva Darshan       
Bogam, Mantrha Pushpam    

Temple closed at 9.00pm

In Warangal Excellent accommodation facilities are available.

How to Distance Warangal Bhadrakali Temple

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How to Reach Warangal Bhadrakali Temple

Warangal is about 145 km from Hyderabad and is well connected by Rail and Road.
APSRTC runs frequent buses from Hyderabad, Tirupathi, Vijayawada, Nizamabad and Karinagar
The nearest airport is Hyderabad (145Km),
the nearest railway station is Kazipet & Warangal. Kazipet to Bhadrakali temple11 km and Warangal to Bhadrakali temple 4km.


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Surrounding Temples from Bhadrakali Temple

Ayappaswami Temple 

Narasimhaswami Temple

Narasimha Swamy temple situated opposite of the ayyappa temple

Saraswathi Temple

saraswati mata temple situated in 200 meters distance to the bhadrakali temple

Pothuluri Veerabrahmedraswami Temple

Saibaba Temple 

Nagedraswamy Temple

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