Ramagir Fort


A fort on Ramagiri hillocks is located near Begumpet village in Kamanpur mandal near the PWD road leading to Manthani. This famous fort built in stone with several bastions is spread over a very large area of several kilometers. The Ramagiri hill with its vast area is known for its beautiful natural surroundings with rare species of plants and several kinds of medicinal roots. The fort played an important role from the early times to the period of AsafJahis.

The fort was under the control of Gundaraja of Manthani and Edaraja of Ramagundam. They were defeated by the Kakati Prola II and the entire area of Polavasa, Manthani and Ramagundam were under the control of Kakatiyas. After the fall of Kakatiyas, Musunuri Kapayanayaka occupied Orugallu and appointed Muppabhupala as the ruler of Sabbinadu with his capital at Ramagiri during 14th Century A.D. The Bahamani Sultan Ahmed Shah I (1422-1436 A.D.) invaded Telangana region in 1433 A.D. and occupied the Ramagiri fort. After Qutb Shahis of Golconda dynasty, the fort was under the control of Mughals and finally Asaf Jahis and their Deshmukhs.


Photo Gallery

  • media galary
  • media galary
  • media galary

How to Reach:

By Air

The Peddapalli district is not having Airport. The Nearest airport is the rajiv gandhi international airport at distance of 200 km.

By Train

The nearest Railway station is at Peddapalli which is located at a distance of 30 km.

By Road

At a Distance of 26 Km From Manthani bus stop.