After formation of Telangana state, The Kakatiya Utsavalu 2015 will be held from January 2015. to make people know about the greatness of Kakatiya rulers who ruled this place.
All arrangements are being made for the year-long festival.
Telangana state Government is going to Celebrate Kakatiya utsavalu 2015 grandly at Quilla Ramalayam in Dichpally and all over Telangana state on a grand scale
Kakatiya Utsavalu Festivals
Kakatiya Utsavalu 2015 Dates
Kakatiya Utsavalu 2015 Chief guest was Bastar Raju Kamalchandra Banjdev
Kakatiya Utsavalu 2015 Celebrations starts from January 9 to 11 2015.
Kakatiya Utsavalu Celebrations starts 9th – January – 2015 , 10th – January – 2015, and 11th January – 2015
The Government has planed to Celebrate Kakatiya Utsavalu at Quilla Ramalayam in Dichpally and also event will be celebrated for 3 Days in Warangal district.
Utsavalu will be celebrated all Telangana districts on 9th, 10th and 11th of January 2015.
All Telangana Sate schools students, colleges is going to conduct sports dances competitions and many more related to Telangana culture.
Kakatiya Utsavalu Celebrations 2015 live streaming will be provide Telangana top News channels TNEWS and V6 News
How to Reach Kakatiya utsavalu
The nearest airport is Hyderabad International Airport, which is located at a distance of 148 km from Warangal. Hyderabad is connected with all the major cities in India and many of the international cities as well.
Warangal is easily accessible from Hyderabad via rail or road.
Warangal railway station is a major railway station in the main railway line connecting Chennai (Tamil Nadu Exp), Bangalore (Sangha Mitra Ex), Mumbai (Konark Express) and New Delhi (Rajdhani Exp).
It is well connected with all the major cities of India. All the trains passing through this route will have a stop either at Khazipet or Warangal station.
Regular frequent bus services from TSRTC / TSTDC private tourist operators also ply from Hyderabad to Warangal.
Special packages are also being offered for this festival by the Department of Tourism and TSTDC.
Namasthe Telangaana Article