The Ramalingeswara Temple which is famously known as the Ramappa sanctuary is one such astonishing bit of craftsmanship that stands as a declaration of the imperial Kakatiyas. The Ramappa sanctuary has been alluded as the brightest star in the system of medieval sanctuaries in the Deccan area. You can achieve the sanctuary by means of a regal garden, which is presently lessened to a yard with a way cleared by trees.
Another striking element of this sanctuary is that it is worked with blocks that are light to the point that they can without much of a stretch buoy on water. The sanctuary which is arranged in a valley took almost 40 years to be finished. Expand carvings line the dividers and furthermore cover the columns and roofs of the sanctuary. The Ramappa sanctuary discovers its hang on a 6 feet high stage on a cruciform arrangement. The sanctuary's load is delegated with a shikharam and is encompassed by pradakshinapatha.