The ruins of the fort can still be
seen on the hill at the foot of which the Raidurga town is built.
The hill Fort is said to have been built by one 'Junga Nayak'. A
portion of the fort wall has crumbled. Down below the slope of the
hill are four caves with small stone doors with carvings of 'Siddhas'.
The fort area contains most of the temples
of the village including those of 'Narashimhaswamy', Hanuman, and
'Elamma', which are frequently visited by devotees. There are other
temples including those of 'Prasanna Venkatesvara', 'Venugopala',
'Jambukeswara', 'Veerabhadra', and 'Kanyakaparameswari'.
Another important and a spectacular
sight is "Dasabhuja Ganapathi", statue of Lord Ganesha
with ten shoulders. It was carved out from a 4m high monolithic stone.
'Dasabhuja Ganapathi' statue is the witness for beautiful "Shilpakala" of