Chandravalli is an archaeological site located in the Chitradurga district of the state of Karnataka, India. The locale is a valley shaped by three slopes, Chitradurga, Kirabanakallu and Cholagudda. It is a semi-dry area with scour vegetation with a stream going through it. Unearthings at Chandravalli have uncovered earthen pots, painted bowls and coins of Indian administrations like Vijayanagar, Satavahana and Hoysalas and in addition denarii of Roman ruler Augustus Caesar and a coin of the Chinese Han line Emperor Wu Ti having a place with second Century BC.
The Chandravalli give in sanctuary otherwise called the Ankali Mutt - Saints from Ankalagi Belgaum came here for reflection is semilunar fit as a fiddle situated between two goliath solid shakes, a pre-noteworthy site is around three km from Chitradurga. There is a lake which is adds the significance to surrender sanctuary. At Chandravalli there is a stone engraving of the primary Kannada administration Kadambas originator Mayurasharma 450 CE found in the Bhairaweshwara sanctuary. Chandravalli is pre-notable archeological site, students of history discovered painted earthenware and coins from the pre-noteworthy and Shatavahana period and found that the human residence existed amid the Iron Age.