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Kammatadurga Fort, Deccan Forts
Kammatadurga Fort is located in Kammatadurga village in the taluka of Koppal in Koppal district in the state of Karnataka. It is also known as Kumara Rama Kote.
 
 Kammatadurga Fort, also known as Kumara Rama Kote, is an ancient fortress that is located in Kammatadurga village in the taluka of Koppal in Koppal district in the state of Karnataka. The fortress is located near the Hemagudda fort in Gangavathi taluka. It is situated towards the north east of District Headquarter of Koppal. The geographical coordinates are latitude 15°24`28?N and longitude 76°22`30?E.

Kammatadurga Fort or Kammata Durga Fort was built on top of a hill. The territory served as the capital of King Kampli Raya of Kampli who was the father of Kumara Rama. The fort was named as Kumara Rama Kote after the name of his son Kumara Rama.

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(Last Updated on : 29/06/2013)
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