Tel: వరంగల్ varaṅgal

‘Single Stone Settlement’ [Ekashilanagaram, Orugallu]  City/District, Telangana

From Skt: eka, ‘single’, ‘only’, ‘solitary; śilā, ‘stone’, ‘rock’, ‘crag’; nagar, ‘town’, ‘city’; and Tam: oru, ‘single’, ‘one’; Tel: kallu, ‘stone’.

Ekashilanagaram and  Orugallu mean the same thing and Warangal is a corruption of Orugallu. 

Warangal was the capital of the Kakatiya dynasty from the 12th to 14th centuries. Many monuments, carvings and sculptures can still be seen here including Warangal Fort and the Rudreswara Swamy Temple a.k.a. The Thousand Pillared Temple.