That is the fortified space inside Vijaynagar, also called the seat of Kings; it spans throughout an space of roughly 14.fifty eight acres, has varied buildings that are nonetheless standing. The enclosure has three entrances, 2 on the north and 1 on the west. The buildings embody Mahanavami Dibba or the Dassera Platform or the ‘Home of Victory’ which is the tallest construction within the space, there are 2 essential stairways to the highest, the entrance one is extremely adorned with carvings. The kings used this construction as a platform to look at numerous parades, ceremonies and performances.King’s Viewers Corridor or the Durbar corridor lies within the northwest nook of the royal enclosure, though the construction just isn’t current a stairway means that it might have been a 2 storied construction, on the platform there are a hundred sockets for pillars that after supported the construction thus giving it a pseudonym ‘the one hundred pillar corridor’, believed to be the place the place the king listened to the general public and their grievances. The Stepped tank which is about 22 sq meters huge and seven meters deep, the tank has 5 tiers every of which have been fitted with steps in a really systematic sample, this tank was in all probability utilized by the royalists and for varied non secular rituals.
The final vital construction within the enclosure is the claustrophobic underground chamber which lies between the king’s viewers corridor and the stepped tank, though the ceilings of a number of the parts have collapsed you’ll be able to take a stroll within the slim corridors and discover the rooms; this chamber was most likely used as a treasury or a secret dialogue room. A lot of the constructions are in ruins however many have now been restored by the archaeological survey of India.