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A city in the state of Telangana, Warangal is also the headquarters of the district of Warangal in this Indian state. It is located in close proximity to the city of Hyderabad, the state capital, and is famous for its heritage. Warangal is one of the fastest growing cities in Telangana, second only to Hyderabad which is its largest city. This place has been shortlisted as one of the soon-to-be-developed smart cities in the country.
Warangal and Kazipet Railway Station
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Warangal is regarded as a gateway to South India and has two railway stations serving the city. The Warangal station stands on the Delhi-Chennai route while the Kazipet station serves the Delhi-Secunderabad route.
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The Kazipet Railway Station is the older of the two and dates back to the time of Nizam rule in Hyderabad. It has sheds for both diesel and electric locomotives with the greatest revenue for the station being generated by freight traffic.
Warangal Railway Station is under administration of South Central Railway and one of the major junctions that connect the Delhi-Chennai route. There are a number of major trains that run through this station and it handles large volumes of railway traffic moving to and from the southern Indian states. Thus it is regarded as the Gateway to South India.
Cuisine in Warangal
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The cuisine of Warangal is largely influenced by Afghan and Persian culture which gives it a deliciously spicy taste. Most of the food in the region is based on corn, sugarcane, mango, tamarind, and peanuts as the major ingredients. All of the foods have a tangy, tart taste because this is what the people of this region prefer. Mango pickle is a delicacy in Warangal that nobody ever forgets to taste.
Warangal cuisine has a balanced mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Golichina Mamsam (spicy mutton fry) and Guddu Pulusu (egg preparation served with rice) are among the popular non-vegetarian dishes while Bachali Kura is a tangy vegetarian dish based on spinach and tamarind paste.
You can now order delicious food from train in Warangal railway station thanks to numerous online platforms. These allow you to book food in train and get it delivered to your seat, allowing you to enjoy your rail travels in total peace of mind.