Chandragiri Fort is a post worked in the seventeenth century, arranged in Kasaragod District of Kerala, South India. This huge squarish post is above ocean level and involves a region of around seven sections of land by the side of the waterway Payaswini. The stronghold is presently in ruins.
The stronghold has a memorable history. In prior days, the waterway was thought to be the fringe of two intense kingdoms - Kolathunadu and Thulunadu. At the point when Thulunadu was caught by the Vijayanagara Empire, the Kolathunadu rulers lost the Chandragiri locale to them. Amid the decay of the Vijayanagara Empire, the territory was authoritatively cared for by the Keladi Nayakas of Ikkeri. At the point when the Vijayanagara Empire fell in the sixteenth century, Vengappa Nayaka pronounced autonomy. Later Shivappa Nayaka assumed control over the reins. He manufactured a chain of strongholds of which Chandragiri is part.