Krishnagiri is a Town in Tamil-Nadu and administrative headquarters of Krishnagiri District in the part of Kongu Nadu region in western part of Tamil Nadu. It is situated at the base of Syed Basha Hills, and the town is completely encompassed by Hill rocks. It is found 90 kilometers from Bangalore and 45 km from Hosur. Furthermore, 40 km from Dharmapuri. Mango is developed as the fundamental harvest, and the land here is amazingly ripe with rich access to crisp water making it amiable to developing yields.
Krishnagiri is a quickly developing town and is the site of noteworthy business and private improvement. Krishnagiri district is a piece of the antiquated Kongu Nadu and Chera nation. Verifiably it was managed by Kongu and Chera rulers. Later the locale went under Cholas, Pallavas, Gangas, Nulambas, Hoysalas, Vijaya Nagar and Bijapur sovereigns, Wodeyars of Mysore and Nayaks of Madurai. This locale of Krishnagiri filled in as "Entryway of Tamil Nadu" and the defensive boundary for the southern district guarding assaults from intruders with intentions of government and abuse. Krishnagiri Fort turn into the as a matter of first importance cautious place. The great post, based on Krishnagiri slope by the Vijaya Nagar heads, remains as declaration still at this point.