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Devarakonda Fort

ZPHS Girls High School Road, Devarakonda, Telangana 508248, India

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About Devarakonda Fort

Devarakonda which is as Mandal Headquarters, is a tiny village situated in Nalgonda district. The fort was constructed in the 13th – 14th century. The Devarakonda fort is the emblem of prosperity established by the kingdom of Padma Nayaka Veluma Rajas. The fort was the heart of one and slave of none, as it was ruled by Padma Nayaka Veluma Raja since the year 1278 to 1482 AD.



Attractions near Devarakonda Fort

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam43.55km from Devarakonda Fort

This is a Masonry dam across the Krishna river.  Constructed between 1955 and 1967, the dam created a water reservoir with a gross storage capacity of 11.472 billion cubic meters. It is also one of the earliest multi-purpose irrigation and hydro-electric projects in India.

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam43.61km from Devarakonda Fort

This is a mansionary dam across the Krishna river at Nagarjuna Sagar which straddles the border between Guntur district and Nalgonda district. Constructed between 1955 and 1967, the dam created a water reservoir with gross storage capacity of 11.472 billion cubic metres. Nagarjuna Sagar was the earliest in a series of large infrastructure projects termed as "modern temples" initiated for achieving the Green revolution inn India.

Rachakonda Fort54.88km from Devarakonda Fort

The Rachakonda Fort was constructed in 14th century by Recherla Singama Nayak from Padma Nayaka dynasty who ruled the region of Rachakonda. The Fort was the capital to the Rachakonda region. The region was first ruled by Kakatiyas, Padma Nayakas, Bahmani Sultans, Qutub Shahi and finally Nizams. The Rachakonda fort is a good example of medieval Hindu fort architecture. It is a structure made of large stones. The fort built as a two story structure was constructed without using any mortar.

Farahabad View point56.39km from Devarakonda Fort

Farhabad view point is about 9 kilometers from Farhabad entrance gate and it is part of Safari route. It is located in the dense Nallamalla Forest

Sri Chaya Someshwara Temple57.45km from Devarakonda Fort

Chaya Someswara Temple is a wonderful temple located at Panagal in Nalgonda district of Telangana. This is an interesting pilgrimage and historical site to visit from Nalgonda and Hyderabad. Sri temple was built during 11th - 12th centuries by Cholas. The temple is known for its architecture.

Ramoji Film City67.68km from Devarakonda Fort

It is the largest integrated film city in Telangana and has been certified by the Guinness World Records as the largest studio complex in the world.  It was built by Telugu film producer Ramoji Rao in 1996.  It is also a popular tourism and recreation center, containing natural and artificial attractions including an amusement park. Around 1.5 million tourists visit the place every year.

Where is Devarakonda Fort

Discover more attractions in Nalgonda, where Devarakonda Fort is located

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The Boundaries of Nalgonda district are Krishna and Khammam districts in the East, Mahaboobnagar and Hyderabad districts in the West, Mahaboobnagar and Guntur districts in the South and Medak and Warangal districts in the North direction