Ramappa Temple otherwise called Ramalingeswara Temple is arranged in a valley at Palampet town of Venkatapur Mandal in recent Mulug Taluka of Warangal region. Ramappa Temple is an antiquated temple worked by a General Recherla Rudra, amid the time of the Kakatiya ruler Ganapati Deva in 1213 AD. The history says that it took 40 years to manufacture this temple. This temple is developed in the South Indian building style and is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
The temple got its name from Ramappa, the main stone carver of the temple. It's most likely the main temple in the nation to be known by the name of its stone worker. The top of the temple is worked with blocks, which are light to the point that they can skim on water. The corridor before the sanctum is loaded with dazzlingly cut columns.