Bhongir Fort or Bhuvanagiri Fort is located on a single, isolated and rock at a commanding height of more than 500 feet in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district of Telangana. It is was built in 10th century by the Western Chalukya ruler Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya VI in the year 1076 and the fort is named after him. Initially, it was called as Tribhuvanagir and later the name was changed to Bhuvanagiri.Which is very proud to be in the part of Telangana.After Chalukya Dynasty, this fort was ruled by Kakatiya Dynasty and eventually in the 15th century, the fort was handed over to the Bahamani Sultans and then was taken over by Nizams of hyderabad.
“Spread across 50 acres, this fort also witnessed a glorious period under queen Rudramadevi and her grandson Prataparudra’s rule. There is also a statue of Sardar Papanna at the hill. He was a monarch who belonging to the Goud community of Hindu and a brave warrior who ruled the region around Warangal and Bhongir during Mughal ruler in Telangana.”
It will almost take more than one hour to reach the highest point. The climb to the top of the fort is little difficult as the steps are a high steep. The huge egg-shaped rock will test your agility and strength, but the bird’s eye view after reaching the highest point is all worth it.As you can see the view of surroundings green view.