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PROJECTS:

OUR PROJECTS:

Goddess of Folk Sammakka Saralamma Jatara

1. Goddess of Folk Sammakka Saralamma Jatara

The Sammakka Saralamma Jathara held at medaram in Warangal district of Telangana state in India. Is about a thousand year old tribal festival. The verge mention of Sammakka Saralamma Jathara casts a magical spell all around with an overwhelmingly vibrant 1000 years history. The world’s largest biennially held tribal religious congregation attracts a multitude of non-tribal also.Held to commemorate the values of the mother and her daughter who reverted against the injustices, inflicted on tribal in a male dominated society. It is a celebration of extraordinary women power. The Telangana Government declared as state festival. The aim of Kakatiya Heritage Trust is to document this age old intangible which became a part of cultural fabric of Telangana

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Coffee Table Book On Kakatiya Dynasty

2. Coffee Table Book On Kakatiya Dynasty

The Kakatiya dynasty was a South Indian dynasty that ruled most of the Telugu speaking lands covered by current day Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, India from 1083 CE to 1323 CE,[1] with Orugallu, now Warangal, as its capital. Shaivite Hindu in kingdom, it was one of the great Telugu empires that lasted for centuries until the conquest by the Delhi Sultanate.

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Translation of Nritta Ratnavali

3. Translation of Nritta Ratnavali

Kakatiya's have ruled for about 300 years from 11th to 14th centuries and left an indelible mark on the culural history of peninsular india.Jayasenapathi's Nritta Ratnavali is a remarkable example of their yeomen services to the field of arts.What is very significant about thi great dance treatise is that its author was a military general of the kakatiyas. Kakatiya heritage trust endeavours to project,preserve,promote,protect and propogate the contribution made by the kakatiyas to culture and their services to the society.

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Translation of Hands on Heritage

4. Translation of Hands on Heritage

The heritage education and communication serives of INTACH has been able to produce Hands on Heritage with the generious support of the ministry of culture and government of india,in this hand book we would like to share some ideas on cultural education with you and hope that it would enrich yopur teaching experience.Kakatiya Heritage trust in association with INTACH warangal chapter has brought out this telugu translation book abutting the english script.

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Translation of Heritage Education kit

5.Translation of Heritage Education kit

The Pothana Project was undertaken by the Kakatiya Heritage Trust to build a fitting memorial for the Telugu 14/ 15th Century Poet Pothana. The land tilled by Pothana was acquired by the KHT at Bammera Village in Warangal District to establish a poetic oasis for seekers of Pothana’s writings and history. His samadhi of Pothana and the well from which he drew water also lies in this land.

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pothana Project

6. POTHANA PROJECT

The Pothana Project was undertaken by the Kakatiya Heritage Trust to build a fitting memorial for the Telugu 14/ 15th Century Poet Pothana. The land tilled by Pothana was acquired by the KHT at Bammera Village in Warangal District to establish a poetic oasis for seekers of Pothana’s writings and history. His samadhi of Pothana and the well from which he drew water also lies in this land.

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Rennovation of siva temple on Ramappa tank bund

7. Rennovation of siva temple on Ramappa tank bund

Rudreswara (Ramappa) temple is Situated 65 km from Warangal at Palampet. The Ramappa Temple, probably is the only temple in India known by the name of the sculptor who built it. The head sculptor was Ramappa, after whom the temple is known today, rather than after the presiding deity, Ramalingeswara,

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Other Projects in which Trust Involved (KAKATIYA HERITAGE TRUST):


THOUSAND PILLAR TEMPLE KALYANAMANDAPAM RESTORATION PROJECT

1. THOUSAND PILLAR TEMPLE KALYANAMANDAPAM RESTORATION PROJECT

The momentous project of restoring the Kalyanamandapam of the Thousand Pillar temple at Warangal was undertaken by The Archaeological Survey of India in 2006. The Kakatiya Heritage Trust has offered its technical support for the restoration work. This project is projected to be completed by December 2014.

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Ramappa Temple

2. Ramappa Temple

Rudreswara (Ramappa) temple is Situated 65 km from Warangal at Palampet. The Ramappa Temple, probably is the only temple in India known by the name of the sculptor who built it. The head sculptor was Ramappa, after whom the temple is known today, rather than after the presiding deity, Ramalingeswara, as is the general norm.

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Fort	Warangal

3. Fort Warangal

Warangal fort is 12-km from Hanumakonda, built by King Ganapathi in 13th century and completed by his daughter Rudrama Devi, in 1261 A.D., The fort has two walls, with the traces of the third. The fort has 45 towers and pillars spread over a radius of 19 km, and a temple of Mother Earth called ‘Swayambhudevi Alayam’ in the middle.

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Kota Gullu (Ghanpur Group of Temples)

4. Kota Gullu (Ghanpur Group of Temples)

Ghanpur group of temples called as Ganpesvara temple complex at Ghanpur in Warangal district were built during the 13th century A.D. These temples represent the Kakatiya style of Architecture. Built of red sandstone, the main temple is decorated with bracket figures. A beautifully built Kalyana mandapa and other subsidiary shrines are worth seeing.are much more attractive and blithe in their appearance, compared to the famous Palampet(Ramappa Temple) bracket figures

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