Rajne Raj, the ruler of Golkonda Many families ruled Golkonda for years.
Qutb Shahi family
New Fort (New Fort)
Main article: New fort
The new fort is an extension of Golkonda Fort, which was converted into a Hyderabad Golf Club despite resistance from farmers owning land within the city and various NGOs. The growth of the new fort begins after the residential area with many towers and an elephant-shaped "elephant-shaped tree". It is an ancient saffron tree with a huge pier. It also includes a war mosque. These sites have limited public access due to the golf course. Qutb Shahi Tombs The tombs of the Qutb Shahi Sultans are located about one kilometer north of the outer wall of Golkonda. The structures are made of beautifully carved stone, and are surrounded by landscaped gardens. They are open to the public and receive a large number of visitors.
Du Minar, Golkonda
It is one of the most popular places to visit in Hyderabad.
UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Golconda Fort, and other Qutb Shahi family monuments (Charminar, and Qutb Shahi Tomb) in Hyderabad were proposed by the Permanent Delegation of India in 2010 to be considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. He is currently on India's "provisional list".