Jagityal Fort or Quilla Gadda Fort is situated at Jagityal town in Karimnagar District of Telangana. The fortification was worked with stones and lime and it had a canal around that was loaded with water. The stronghold has two wooden doors, which were lifted by utilizing pulleys. This is the main star-molded stronghold in Telangana with a channel water body.
It is encompassed by four water bodies. History says that there used to be a column of spaces for the capacity of ammo at this fortification. In spite of the fact that a large portion of this fortification is presently in ruins; its uniqueness still makes it an intriguing site, drawing in a few guests.
The stronghold likewise comprises of a few guns that were utilized to safeguard the structure and the town amid fights. A court and a Tahsil Office were additionally worked in the town of Jagtial amid the eighteenth century. In the core of the town is the four-colored clock tower. It was worked in eighteenth century by Nizam's clergyman Khasim Razvi.