Govinda Rajula Gutta is regarded as a holy place for Hindus in India. Its name is derived in part from the Telugu word for "hill" (gutta).
At the top of the hill in Govinda Rajula Gutta, there is a temple for worshiping the Lord Rama. Under the hill, there is a temple of his best devotee Hanuman. In order to reach the temple, one has to climb at least 100 steps sculpted out of rock. The climb is regarded by some as dangerous for the pilgrims. But it is quite adventurous for the adventure lovers and trekkers.
The temples of Govinda Rajula Gutta are popular tourist attractions. These ancient and medieval temples are located at about 100 meters from the Warangal railway station located in the Warangal City in Warangal District.
Govinda Rajula Gutta attracts the national and international level tourists during the time of Rama Navami festival. This is the only festival celebrated at this location.
There is a huge Ratham, which is known as Chariot on the hill made of precious materials which is said to be constructed by the Hazaris from Warangal.
Visitors of national and international level can have a sight of Warangal City from the premises of the temple. From March to May, the special Pujas are conducted in the temple, attracts the numerous visitors from across the country.
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