Raichur, the golden city of Karnataka, boasts of an ancient heritage. Know more about Raichur history, origin of the name sightseeing and forts.
Raichur is also called the 'Town of Two Rivers' bounded by the Krishna River on the north and the Tungabhadra River on the south. The name of this place which is of considerable antiquity, can be traced back to the Twelfth Century at least. Learn more about Raichur here.
The Vanadurga Fort in Shorapur, near Raichur is one of the historical structures of Karnataka. The fort has a complex entrance that was built to fool the enemy soldiers who dared to attack the fort.
Jaladurga in Raichur, Karnataka is a ruined fort that was constructed on a hill that stands on an island. The picturesque views from the fort site are mesmerizing and attract many visitors even today.
Kanakanala Dam is a small reservoir built across the river Kanakanala, near Raichur in Karnataka. Read on to know more about the dam, sightseeing and accommodation options nearby the dam.
Basava Sagar Dam, also called Narayanpur Dam, is constructed across River Krishna. Read on to know more about the projects and other nearby tourist attractions.