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Warangal

(vərŭng`gəl), city (1991 pop. 467,757), central Telangana state, SE India. It is a district administrative center, a rail junction, and a market town for grain and oilseed. Carpets, blankets, and silk products are produced.
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Warangal

a city in S central India, in N Andhra Pradesh: capital of a 12th-century Hindu kingdom. Pop.: 528 570 (2001)
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