Location: Considered as a prominent religious place for Hindus, Govindarajula Gutta is a small village, located in Warangal, Andhra Pradesh.
Description: Govindarajula Gutta is named after a Telugu word “Gutta”, which means “hill”. Surrounded by green forests and hilly terrain, the place is a famous tourist attraction, drawing a large number of tourists from neighboring cities, like Tirupati, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Karimnagar etc. The major attraction of this place is the temple of Lord Ram, situated at the top of the hill. One needs to climb 100 steps to reach the temple. Another temple, enshrining an idol of Lord Hanuman, is located close to Lord Ram’s temple. Special prayers are organized in the temple during Ramnavmi, which is the only festival celebrated at this place. A giant Ratham or chariot, a unique feature of Govindarajula Gutta, is located at the hill top and is made up of precious materials. It is believed to be constructed by the Hazaris from Warangal. The top of the hill is ideal to enjoy a magnificent view of Warangal city. Offering an amazing confluence of spirituality and divine beauty, Govindarajula Gutta is a great place to visit.
Activities: To pay homage to God, visitors can participate in the Pooja. You can take a walk through the forests, captivating the serene ambience of the place. Local cuisines and beverages can also be enjoyed at the nearby eateries.