The Boundaries of Warangal district are Khammam district, Nalgonda and Khammam districts, Nalgonda, Medak, Karimnagar districts and Karimnagar district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively. Godavari,Vijakeru, Pakeru, Aleru, Munneru, Vaira are the main rivers. Hanamakonda, Warangal are main towns. Warangal Fort, Pakhal Lake, Pakhal and Eturinagaram sanctuaries, Ghanpur are the places of interest and Thousand Pillared Temple, Ramappa Temple, Ghanapur, Kazipet Dargah and Bhadrakali temples are main places of religious importance. Wildlife Sanctuary at Yeturi Nagaram protecting wildlife at an area of 1000 Sq.km. Handicrafts are the another area where this district is proving to be fruitful. Pembarthi Metal Crafts, Banjara Fabrics, Warangal Rumals, Warangal Carpets and Nakashow Paintings are main handicrafts of the district. Andhra Rayons Ltd., at Yeturi Nagaram, Textile mill and Beriya salt at Warangal are main industries. Forest area in this district is nearly 29% of the total district area, and produces quality Timber and other Vegetation useful to common man in his day-to day life. Coal is the chief mineral found in this part of the state, and Singareni Collieries Company a Public sector undertaking is looking after the extraction of the coal from the mines to be used in power generation. Apart from this Iron ore is also found in some parts of the district. Andhra Rayon's Limited at Yeturi Nagaram is major Industry based on the Forest based products. The water source of this district is Malleruvagu Project. About 150 kms. from Hyderabad lies the ancient city of Warangal with an area of 54.98 sq.m. Warangal city today is part of a cluster of three towns - Warangal, Kazipet and Hanamkonda, the district headquarters. Kazipet is the major railway junction. Kakatiya University established in the year 1976 at Head quarters Warangal, Regional Engineering College, and a Medical College are the educational Institutions based in the dist head quarters.