(Last Updated on : 12/01/2013)
Aranthangi Fort is one of the most prominent forts in Tamil Nadu
. It is located in Aranthangi
town in the district of Pudukkottai
. The geographical coordinates are latitude 10.1631°N and longitude 78.9962°E. The ancient fortress was built by the Tondaiman rulers of the Tondai Nadu during 16th century AD or 17th century AD. The Aranthangi Tondaimans reigned as feudal chiefs over the town from the 15th century to the 18th century. However they administered the region under the Vijayanagara Kings and the Pandyas
The walls of the Aranthangi Fort are not built with stones or bricks. Instead, most of the structure was constructed with mud. The ruined fortress does not show any proof of comprising any prominent buildings or palaces. There is an ancient Hindu temple in the nearby areas which was built by Rajendra Chola
in the 11th Century.
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