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Delhi to Warangal Flights

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Visit Adani One platform to check flight timings and fares for Delhi to Warangal flights. Adani One platform displays a detailed schedule to help you choose the most convenient flight, whether Delhi to Warangal or a return ticket from Warangal to Delhi. It will help you find the cheapest flights with the best cashback or discount offers. All domestic carriers, including IndiGo, AirAsia, Go First, and Air India, are listed on the platform. It is advised to book a return ticket to avail of the exciting discounts and cashback offers for return tickets.

There are no flights from Delhi to Warangal, as the Warangal airport is not functional. The nearest airport to Warangal is Hyderabad Airport. Therefore, you can take a direct flight from Delhi to Hyderabad. Several airlines, including SpiceJet, Vistara, Air India, Go First, Vistara, Air India, SpiceJet and IndiGo, operate daily flights from Delhi to Hyderabad.

The minimum flight duration from Delhi to Hyderabad is around 2 hours. You can book a train from Hyderabad to Warangal, which will take about 1 hour and 48 minutes, or hire a cab, which will take around 3 hours and 25 minutes.

Flights from Delhi to Warangal


About Hyderabad Airport

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, also known as Hyderabad Airport, is located in Shamshabad, 24 km south of Hyderabad city centre. The IATA code for the airport is HYD. This airport is one of the busiest airports in the country.

The airport has two runways and one passenger terminal. The major airlines operating at this airport include Alliance Air, Air France, IndiGo, Lufthansa, Air Canada and SpiceJet.

The facilities available at the airport include express security checks, lounges, transfer services, baggage wrap, baby care rooms, sanitary pad vending machine, currency exchange, paid porter, baggage transfer, etc.

Transportation facilities, including radio taxis, car rentals, app-based cars, prepaid taxis, SheCabs, which caters especially to women travellers, and Pushpak buses, are available at the airport.

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About Warangal

Warangal is a vibrant city in Telangana; it was earlier known as Orugallu, a city carved out of a single large rock. Warangal was the capital of the Kakatiya Empire from the 12th to 14th century. After the Kakatiyas, it came under the rule of the Delhi Sultanate, the Nayaka chieftains, the Bahmani Sultanate of Golconda, and the Mughal Empire. In 1956, Warangal became a part of Andhra Pradesh and, in 2014, a part of Telangana state.

The people here mostly speak Telugu and Urdu, and a few people also speak Hindi and English. The overall literacy rate is 84.16%.

Festivals, such as Diwali, Holi, Dussehra, Eid, and Ramadan, are celebrated widely in Warangal. The Bathukamma Festival, Kakatiya Festival and Bonalu Festival are the unique local festivals of Warangal. Some local delicacies include the Hyderabadi Biryani, liver fry, Kakaraya Pulusu, Kodi Kura, Mirch ka Salan, and Baghare Baingan.

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Jain Temple, Kolanupaka

Located 83 km away from Warangal in Kolanupaka village, this Jain Temple of Mahavira is more than 2000 years old. It is an important pilgrimage centre for Swetambara Jains of South India and is decorated with beautiful images of Jain Tirthankaras. 

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Pakhal Lake

This lake is located at a distance of around 54 km from the city centre. The visiting hours for this lake are 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. This artificial lake was built by King Ganapati Deva of the Kakatiya Dynasty in 1213 CE for irrigation. This lake is surrounded by tropical forests and hills, which make this lake a must-visit tourist destination.  

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Thousand Pillar Temple

This temple is located in the heart of Warangal and is also referred to as Sri Rudreshwara Swamy Temple. It is dedicated to three deities, Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Lord Surya, collectively known as the Trikutalayam. 

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Warangal Fort

This fort is located at a distance of 5 km from Warangal Railway Station. This fort depicts the architectural prowess of the Kakatiya Dynasty. The fort has four ornamental gates and 45 grand pillars. 


About Delhi Airport

The Delhi International Airport, also known as the Indira Gandhi International Airport, is the busiest airport in the country and one of the busiest airports in Asia. The IATA code of Delhi Airport airport is DEL. Located just 15 km south of New Delhi, it handles domestic and international flights from all over the world. Over 40 airlines operate more than 800 flights per day to this airport.

There are three terminals at Indira Gandhi International Airport - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 handle domestic flights, and Terminal 3 is for international and some domestic flights. The major airlines operating at this airport are Alliance Air, Air France, Air Canada, IndiGo, Air India, AirAsia, Vistara, Go First and SpiceJet.

The airport offers various facilities to its passengers, including restaurants and cafes, Wi-Fi, smoking areas, prayer rooms, lounges and duty-free shops. Transportation services like radio taxis, shuttle buses, and cab services are also available at the airport.

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About Delhi

Delhi, the capital of India, has many old and new monuments which are famous worldwide. The older name of Delhi is Indraprastha which means 'City of Indra'. Situated on the banks of the Yamuna River, it is the second most populous city in India after Mumbai.

Delhi has been the centre of power since 1638, when it was chosen to replace Agra as the capital of the Mughal Empire by Shah Jahan and remains an important centre of politics, education, finance, innovation, technology, entertainment and culture. The city is also an important centre for India's arts, design, fashion, media, technology, and transport. Delhi also houses the Supreme Court of India, India's highest court.

The major languages spoken in Delhi are Hindi, English, Punjabi and Urdu. Delhi is famous for its Mughlai cuisine, consisting of kebabs, tandoori chicken, biryani, butter chicken, etc. Besides this, the city is famous for its street foods like chole bhature, gol gappe, aloo chat, lassi, etc. The famous 'Paranthe Wali Gali' in the Chandni Chowk market serves different parathas.

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Akshardham Temple

Opened to the public on November 6, 2005, this temple was constructed by the Pramukh Swami Maharaj of Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha. The temple, built from intricately carved sandstone and marble, employed 11,000 artisans during its construction. It was awarded the World's Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple by the Guinness World Record.

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Connaught Place

Located in the heart of the city, it is famous as one of the world's most expensive office markets. The market has various showrooms of national and international brands and multiple luxurious hotels and restaurants. Tourists can also visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and Jantar Mantar, located nearby.

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Humayun's Tomb

Humayun's Tomb was built by Humayun's wife, Hamida Banu Begum, in memory of her late husband after his death in 1565 AD. This tomb is located near the JLN Stadium Metro Station. The tomb is built in the Charbagh Style,

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India Gate

This spectacular structure was constructed to honour the 70,000 soldiers of the Undivided Indian Army who lost their lives in the First World War. It is a 42-m-high archway and stands in the centre of a crossroad. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, it also carries the names of the nearly 13,500 British and Indian soldiers who lost their lives in the 1919 Afghan War.

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Lotus Temple

The Lotus Temple, completed in 1986, is also known as the Bahāʾī Faith House of Worship. Iranian architect Fariborz Sahba was the chief architect of this temple. Notable for its blooming flower-like form, it has become a distinguished attraction within the town. The structure consists of twenty-seven petals in the formation of three concentric rings. It is located near the Kalkaji Temple in South Delhi.

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Qutub Minar

Located in Mehrauli, Qutub Minar was built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak of the Slave Dynasty, who ruled Delhi in the 13th century. It is made with red sandstone and marble. The tower is 72 m tall and has 379 steps to the top, from where you can get a bird's eye view of the entire city of Delhi. The Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque and Iron Pillar are located near the Qutub Minar.

Frequently Asked Questions

Warangal is famous for  lakes, temples, forts, and stone gateways. 

The best time to visit Warangal is from October to March. 

No flights are available from Delhi to Warangal. However, several flights are available from Delhi to Hyderabad, which is the airport closest to Warangal.  

The Bhadrakali Temple is the most famous temple of Warangal. 

Delhi is well known for its historical monuments, markets, and street food. 

If you take a bus from Hyderabad, it will take around 3 hours and 30 minutes, and if you take the train, it will take approximately 2 hours  to reach Warangal. 

The capital of Telangana is Hyderabad. 

Delhi is famous for its Mughlai Cuisine consisting of Kebabs, Tandoori Chicken, Biryani, Butter Chicken, etc.  

It will take you a minimum of 1 hour and 55 minutes to travel from Delhi to Hyderabad. 

Yes, Hyderabad Airport provides bus services to the city and surrounding areas.

The IATA code for Hyderabad Airport, also known as Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, is HYD. 

The IATA code for Delhi Airport, also known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, is DEL.