Location: One of the primeval temples, Siddeshwara Temple is located near Hanamkonda in Warangal, an ancient city of Andhra Pradesh. One needs to cover a distance of 7 Kilometers from Warangal railway station and 10 kilometers from Warangal Fort to reach Siddeshwara Temple.
Description: Built long time back in the 3rd century, Siddeshwara Temple is one of the Paschimadwara Mukha Temples. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple is known for its ancient architecture, similar to Chalukya style of architecture. Architectural splendors, beautifully carved pillars and mesmerizing beauty can be easily seen inside the temple premises. A large number of devotees come here to pay homage to Lord Shiva. The temple is crowded with pilgrims during the auspicious occasion of Mahashivaratri, a festival celebrated here with immense joy and excitation. The temple imposes a majestic look with secluded and serene ambience. Tourists visit Siddeshwara Temple to experience the magnificent ancient beauty of the temple and to attain peace of mind. Visiting a place like this is definitely a retreat as one gets to experience the ancient culture and traditions.
Activities: In the calm surroundings, tourists can relax and rejuvenate their mind. Participating in festivals and Pooja is the best way to pay homage to God. Local food, drinks and activities can be enjoyed to capture the essence of the place.