Chandragiri Fort is an historical fort, built in the 11th century located in Chandragiri, Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh, India. It was builty by Vijayanagara kings and later developed by A.D. Odra Gajapati Kapilendra Dev.
It was believed that the popular king of Vijayanagara, Krishna Deva Raya spent his younger days as a prince in the fort. Chandragiri was the 4th capital of Vijayanagara Empire,
In 1646 the fort came under the kingdom of Mysore.
Now, The Raja Mahal Palace is now an archaeological museum and is built with Indo-Sarcen architecture. The palace was constructed using stone, brick, lime mortar and devoid of timber.