A majestic structure that reflects the relics of 12th century is a Fort of Bhuvanagiri or Bhongir constructed by Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya, a Chalukya ruler.
Sprawling over an area of 40 acres, this fort is nestled atop of a hill nearly 500 feet above the ground level. Renowned for its impressive architecture and geometric structure, the fort is oval shaped and comprises of two entry points. In fact, the fort is also bastioned with fosse which makes it completely impregnable. Further, the fort also features underground chambers, secret places for weapons, trap doors and stables. Two ponds and some deep wells are also found within the premises of the fort. Situated to the entrance of the fort is an idol of Sardar Sarvai Panappa, who served as the onetime ruler of this fort as well as the monarch of Goud community. To reach this amazing structure, tourists can either take the stairway or trek along the steep path.
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