Warangal Fort is one of the standout attractions that one can enjoy in Warangal. It is considered to be one of the most excellent examples of South Indian architecture. Ganpathideva commissioned the building of the Fort in 1199 A.D and its completion was seen to by his daughter Rani Rudrama Devi in 1261 A.D.
Presently in ruins, the Fort has four huge gateways at the entrance in the Sanchi style along with two walls, of which the outer one boasts of being the largest of its type in the country. Those interested in architecture, history and ancient monuments can gain a lot of knowledge from in and around the Fort and a steady throng of visitors the year round bears testimony to its popularity among all age groups. To this day, the delicate stone work and designs used to define animals such as lions and birds like swans can be seen clearly.