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Bhongir Fort

Bhongir Fort

Many of India’s past heritage structure have lost their charm with changes in time but to this day they still represent magnificent pieces of architecture. The Bhongir fort in Nalgonda district of Telangana is one such structure.

Devarakonda Fort

Devarakonda Fort

Devarakonda which is as Mandal Headquarters, is a tiny village situated in Nalgonda district. The Devarakonda village is home to one of the most astonishing forts found in Telangana. The village attracts many tourists from over the world.

Domakonda Fort

Domakonda Fort

Domakonda Fort is located in Domakonda village of Nizamabad district, Telangana. It was built during 18th Century and it has an elevated compound of granite rocks that forms the fort wall, followed by a wooden door on an entrance door to the beautiful two-storied fort structure, which consists of great stuccowork and is considered eye catchy even to this day.

Elgandal Fort

Elgandal Fort

The spires of the Elgandal Fort or Elagandula Khilla stand tall into the sky, piercing their way out to narrate the stories of its glorious past from the skyline of Karimnagar. They stand proudly narrating the glories of its past to posterity.

Gadwal Fort

Gadwal Fort

Mahabubnagar district in Telangana is referred to as territorial district, because it had many territorial rulers than any other place in the state. Gadwal is a famous place among these and was called ‘Vidvadgadwala’ historically.

Golkonda Fort

Golkonda Fort

Golconda Fort is located in the western part of Hyderabad city and is about 9 km from the Hussain Sagar Lake. The outer fort occupies an area of three square kilometers, which is 4.8 kilometers in length.

Khammam Fort

Khammam Fort

Located at about 193 kms towards the east of Hyderabad is one of Telangana’s important districts, Khammam. The district is famous for coal reserves in the Telangana region at a region named Singareni. The beautiful town enjoys its habitat on the banks of the river Munneru, which is a tributary of the mighty river Krishna.

Medak Fort

Medak Fort

The Medak Fort is a huge structure that takes nestling on the top of a hill. It hardly takes about 10 minutes from the town if you take the newly laid CC road. About one-and-a-half hour drive from Hyderabad will take you to your destination.

Nagnur Fort

Nagnur Fort

Located at a distance of 8 km north-east of the Karimnagar city, Nagunur village holds a lot of prominence in the history of Karimnagar of Telangana. The ramparts of Karimnagar's Nagnoor Fort were once alive with the thumping sounds of a bustling town and the people of Kakatiya dynasty.

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Nirmal Fort

Nirmal is a prominent town in Adilabad district and the ancient history of the town has glorious past due to patronization of arts and culture by ruling nobility. The region was ruled by Kakatiyas, Chalukyas, The Qutubshahis and Nizams who have contributed immensely to the growth of cultural heritage.

Nizambad Fort

Nizamabad Fort

The Nizamabad Fort is located in the Nizamabad district of Telangana. The place is at a distance of some 200 kilometres far from the capital city, Hyderabad and you have to travel towards the north west of it to reach Nizamabad. The place lies very close to the state border of Maharashtra.

Rachakonda Fort

Rachakonda Fort

Telangana region is the home of the incredible Rachakonda Fort. The fort stands as a glorious demonstration of the Vemula rulers and their power. The fort is currently in ruins. However, this epitome of the marveling medieval Hindu art and culture still attracts scores of people.

Warangal Fort

Warangal Fort

Warangal is recognized as one of the best heritage cities of India. It is 145 km away from the state capital Hyderabad. It is also the second largest city in the state of Telangana. The city's name is derived from the Telugu word Orugallu – 'Oru' which means one and the word 'gallu' meaning stone.