Elgandal Fort is arranged in the midst of palm forests on the banks of the Manair River, around 6.2 mi from Karimnagar on the Kamareddy Road in the Indian territory of Telangana. It was once under the control of the Qutub Shahi line, the Mughal Empire, and the Nizams of Hyderabad. Amid the Nizam period it was the base camp of Karimnagar. It is trusted that a mystery burrow associates Elgandal Fort and Manakondur nearly 5.6 mi from Karimnagar on the Karimnagar-Vemulawada highway.Originally known as Veligundula, Elgandal is a hillfort worked amid the Kakatiya tradition 1083– 1323 and filled in as a fortification for the warrior Musunuri Nayaks. The Qutb Shahi administration possessed the stronghold in the sixteenth century and posted Quinamul Mulk as officer.