Krishnagiri Fort - Tamilnadu
Krishnagiri Fort is under the Archaeological Survey of India and it is one of the major tourist attractions in Tamil Nadu. The fort is a beautiful example of military architecture with its magnificent walls, bastions and watchtowers. The design of the fort is a combination of Vijayanagar and Mysore styles and the walls are decorated with intricate carvings and sculptures. The fort is on a hill and offers a magnificent views of the surrounding including the Krishna River and the lush green forests nearby. It's a perfect spot for photography as the views are especially spectacular at sunrise and sunset. The fort is home to many historical monuments, including the Krishnagiri Fort Temple, dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The temple is decorated with intricate carvings and sculptures and is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus. Other important holy places in the premises of Krishnagiri Fort are Narashima Temple, Ganesh Temple and Jain Basadi.
How to reach Krishnagiri Fort?
Salem airport is the nearest to reach Krishnagiri Fort. Drive from Salem airport to Krishnagiri Fort covers about 98 km