Location: One of the ancient temples, Sri Veeranarayana temple is located in Kolanupaka in Warangal District of Andhra Pradesh. It is at a distance of 3 Km from Warangal railway station.
Description: Constructed in Chalukya architecture style in the 12th century, Sri Veeranarayana Temple has a shrine of Sri Veeranarayana, considered as one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. Famous for its architecture, it is believed that it was once a Jain Temple, but was later converted into a Hindu Temple. This important Vaishnava temple of Warangal incorporates elegant carvings and inscriptions on the walls that are worth exploring. Various sculptures of gods and goddesses are present inside the temple premises. Located amidst lush trees and plants, the temple offers serene ambience. A large number and tourists and devotees visit Sri Veeranarayana Temple to pay homage to God and to attain peace of mind. One must visit Sri Veeranarayana Temple to come close to ancient culture and to seek blessings of Lord Vishnu.
Activities: The place is famous for its glorious past, offering a lot of activities that can be performed here. Tourists can participate in Pooja to pay homage to God. A walk around this holy place offers a feeling of spirituality. Visitors can enjoy local food, beverages and shop around for wonderful items. Other temples, like Andal, Soumyanayaki and Kappe Chennigaraya, located in close proximity to Sri Veeranarayana Temple can also be visited by the tourists.