Bhongir Fort is a Fort situated in Bhongir, Yadadri Bhuvanagiri District, Telangana, India. This post was governed and remodeled by Musunuri Nayaks. It is situated on a tremendous shake at an ordering tallness. The Bhongir post embellishes the place from the time it was worked in tenth century. Bhongir Fort was based on a disconnected solid shake by the Western Chalukya ruler Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya VI in the year 1076 and was in this way named after him as Tribhuvanagiri, later it was called as Bhuvanagiri.
A portion of the engravings found in the post were in Kannada and Telugu dialect featuring the way of life of the general population of that time. The engravings, the design and a few figures found in the post uncover that the fortress was governed by the Chalukya tradition for quite a while and afterward by the Kakatiya administration. The stone divider, the means through the rock openings and the disintegrating stucco remnants of the later age, still enhance the place.
Some place in fifteenth century, the fortress was surrendered to the Bahamani Sultans and after that was assumed control by a nearby senator. The Qutub Shahis' utilized the fortress as a jail for the individuals who sought to grab their position of authority. Amid the season of the British, the fortress got away from their consideration and was not possessed. Bhuvanagirigir was greatly disregarded after the ruin of the Nizams at the season of socialist transformation in the late 1940s.