Nalgonda

Fort

Nalgonda

There is a hillock in the Nalgonda town which is locally known as Kapiralagutta. On this hillock, stone fortification walls constructed during the period of Kakatiyas are noticed.

Fort (Old Hindu Fort)

Nalgonda

Devarakonda fort is on the way to Nagarjunakonda, a famous Buddhist centre in the State. The fort is surrounded by a range of hills and at one time

Monolithic Pillar

Nalgonda

Several types of free standing pillars are seen in Telangana as in other parts of India. The pillar erected on a square platform in Nalgonda town is a Monolithic one.

Old Dams: Telugu & Persian inscriptions (The tank was built in 1551 by ibrahim Qutub Shahi)

Nalgonda

A bilingual inscription in Persian and Telugu was setup on the tank bund of Panagal in Nalgonda.

Siva temple

Nalgonda

Four small temples dating back to Kakaitya times are located in Theretpalli village.

Sri Chaya Someswara swamy temple

Nalgonda

Sri Chaya Someswaraswamy temple is a Trikutalaya having garbhagrihas and antaralas on northern, eastern and western sides with a common mandapa towards southern side.

Sri Lakshmi Narasimha swamy temple

Nalgonda

The Sri Laxminarsimha swamy temple here at Palem village consists of garbhagriha, antarala and pillared mandapa facing east. In front of the temple there is a big gopuram.

Sri Pachalasomeswara Swamy temple

Nalgonda

There are three famous temples in Panagal. These are Pachala Someswara Swamy Temple,Venkateswara Temple and Chaya Someswara Temple Among these from the architectural and sculptural point of view

Sri Rajarajeswari Devi temple

Nalgonda

The temple consists of Garbhagruha, Arthamandapa and pillared mandapa having central four pillars with rangasila and ten short pillars on kakshasana with entrance on southern side.