Jagital is a popular town in Andhra Pradesh. It is well connected to other major cities of India by rail and the connectivity by road is also good. It has a rich history. There is a fort in Jagital which was built during the rule of Moghal dynasty. The town derives its name from the names of two architects who built the fort, Mr. Jack and Mr. Tal and thus Jacktal. The architecture of this mort is mesmerizing. On looking from above, the fort looks like a star. There are large cannons inside the fort which were used to defend it from enemies. The rich heritage of the fort attracts a lot of tourists from far away places.
A big 18th century mosque is also located near the fort. This mosque is named Jama Masjid and its architecture is evident of the Nizam shahi era. The clock tower in center of the town is also very popular here. There are four ponds in the town namely Dharma samandar, Mote pond, Kandla palli and Mupparaap pond. The town satisfies its water needs through these ponds.
There are many temples in Jagital which are responsible for making it a tourist hub. The Kondagattu Anjaneya Swamytemple and Laxmi Narasimha temple are very famous temples which attract a lot of devotees and tourists. Some other important temples in Jagital are Venu gopala swamy temple, Ganesha temple, Saibaba temple and Ayappa temple. There are many theatres also for entertainment purpose.