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Home > Monuments  > Ticketed MonumentsKarnataka > Chitradurga Fort, Chitradurga
Ticketed Monuments - Karnataka

 Chirtradurga Fort

Chitradurga is situated 190 kms. from Bangalore on Bangalore - Pune National Highway and the place grew into an important corridor of transit during the late medieval period as attested by many inscriptions of Chalukyas, Hoyasalas and Vijayanagara period. Locally known as "Elu - Sutina Kote" means seven encircles walled fort. The fort gained prominance during the Vijayanagara empire and on the fall of Vijayanagara empire, the Chitradurga declared as independent and ruled effectively from 1568 to 1779. The architectural rendering of the fortification is known for its massive walls encircling the palace with majestic guarded gateways, magazines, water storage tanks, bastions at regular intervals.

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