Nagnoor Fort's ramparts were once alive with the sounds of a bustling town and people of the Kakatiya dynasty. The fort is testimony to the imperial powers of the Kakatiyas. It was one of the most important forts of the emerging Kakatiya dynasty and contains ruins of a cluster of Kalyana and Kakathiya temples.
The pillars and galleries around the Shiva temple here are worth seeing. The most important temple in the complex is the Shiva temple which has three shrines. The main entrance to the temple is on the northern side and the three shrines face the other three directions.
The beams of the temple have sculptured images of musicians playing on Mridangam and other instruments. Panels are carved with visuals of dancers in graceful poses. The village of Nagunur is just about 8 km from Karimnagar Town.
There are many temples in the fort. The fort has ruins of the Kalyana and Kakatiyas temples. Also there is one another temple of Shiva which has pillars and the galleries which are very attractive. This Shiva temple is most important temple in the fort. This temple has three shrines. The main entrance of the temple is at the north side of the fort. And remaining three shrines faces another three directions. The inner beams of the temple have sculptured pictures of musicians which playing on Mridaagam and other instruments. Visuals of dancers in stylish poses are carved on the panel.
Way to reach there:
The distance between Kaimnagar town and the Nagunur village is just 8 kms. The town Karimnagar is well connected by roads. There are buses and private vehicles are available from the Karimnagar.