It is newly found one of the great vesara architectural forms of 13th century. It is located in the Palampet village of the Vankatapur Mandal in Mulug Taluq of Warangal, approx. 200km North-East of Hyderabad, in Telangana state(India).
This main Shiva temple was built during the Kakatiyan period i.e. 1123-1323CE under the rulers Rudradeva and Recharla Rudra. The building got decorated in beams and pillars of carved granite and dolerite with a distinctive and pyramidal vimana(Horizontally stepped) made of floating bricks. It depicts the culture and regional dance customs which preserved its artistic quality of the period.
It is the right destination for travellers who admire architectural brilliance and have a panoramic sight of true beauty.
Recently, UNESCO claimed it as World Heritage Site in India due to its long existence and inspiring architectural beauty from early times.