The Gooty Fort is otherwise called Ravadurg, is a demolished fortification situated on a slope in the Gooty town of Andhra Pradesh, India. The word Gooty is gotten from the town's unique name, Gowthampuri. It is one of the halfway secured monumemts of national significance. The post is situated on a gathering of slopes that ascent up to 680 m over the ocean level. The slopes are associated by bring down goads. The stronghold of the post is situated on the westernmost slope. The summit of the fortress has two structures, clearly a silo and an explosive magazine. The demolished Narasimha sanctuary is situated close to the summit. On a 300 m high bluff, there is a little structure called "Murari Rao's seat", which gives an all encompassing perspective of the town underneath.