Golconda Fort is also called as Golla Konda .It was made as a capital by Qutb Shahi kings (AD 1518-1687) and then it was developed rapidly. It is situated 11 kilometres away from Hyderabad (the capital for the state of Andhra Pradesh).
Bhongir Fort was built by the Western Chalukya ruler, Tri-bhuvana-malla Vikramaditya VI in 10th century on a single rocky hill in Bhongir with a single monolithic rock and was named as Tribhuvanagiri. But later the name was modified into Bhuvanagiri.
Trimulgherry Fort is also one of the historical monuments of Hyderabad and looks so impressive which also attract many local and tourists of Hyderabad.Trimulgherry Fort located in Hyderabad in the area of Cantonment. The fort was built in the year of 1867, surrounded by a deep trench that is about five kilometres in length.
Rachakonda Fort located in Hyderabad is about 60 kilometres away from the centre of the city. The fort was constructed in 14th century by Recherla Singama Nayak who also ruled the region of Rachakonda or Rajaconda and these rulers belong to Padma Nayaka dynasty.The architecture Rachakonda Fort is of medieval Hindu fort architecture.
Medak Fort is located in the Medak town of Medak district of Telangana state. It is about 90 km from the state capital, Hyderabad. Since, rice was the largely cultivated crop of this region; the fort was initially called as “Methuku Durgam” which means cooked rice grain in Telugu.The architecture of the fort is the perfect blend of Hindu and Islamic styles.