Pandavula Gutta in Jayashankar Bhupalpally District - How to Reach

Pandavula Gutta in Jayashankar Bhupalpally District - How to Reach: Rock art is a type of landscape art that can only be found in a few places in India. In the Jayashankar Bhupalpally district of Telangana, there are many places where people lived in the past. At Pandavula Gutta, cave paintings from the Paleolithic era have been found (Regonda Mandal). In 1990, the Pandavula Konda (Pandavula Gutta) site was found for the first time. Rock climbing is the main thing to do here.

Pandavula Gutta

Pandavula Gutta in Jayashankar Bhupalpally


These cave paintings are a rare look at the art that ancient people left on the walls and ceilings of caves, rock shelters, and boulders. The paintings on the rocks are of wild animals like bison, antelope, tigers, leopards, and so on. In these paintings, you can also see the swastika symbol, circles, squares, and weapons like bows, arrows, swords, lancers, etc. The paintings also have green, red, yellow, and white designs and marks that look like geometric shapes. Pandavula Gutta is full of paintings, rock shelters, and signs of people living there from the Mesolithic to the Middle Ages.

 

How to Reach Pandavula Gutta


By Train
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Regonda doesn't have a train station nearby. But Warangal Railway Station and Kazipet Railway Station are close by and have train stops. From Warangal to Regonda, you can take the road.
 
By Road:
 
Pandavula Gutta is near Ravulapalli, which is about 6 kilometres from the Regonda Mandal Head Quarters. About 55 km separates Regonda and Warangal. We can also get there by bus, taxi and Autos.

Pandavula Gutta in Jayashankar Bhupalpally District

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