This royal structure, which was formerly used for celebration of the 9-day Navrathri festival, is now in ruins. Mahanavmi Dibba was constructed by King Krishnadevraya for having victoriously conquered Udaygiri. The structure is built on an elevated platform (12 m high) and is also referred to as ‘Throne platform’ or ‘House of Victory’. This west-facing, 3 tired building has a massive granite foundation with a stone-door at the entrance, which resembles a door made in wood. There is an underground hall which was probably meant for conducting secret meeting. The walls of Mahanavmi Dibba are elaborately carved with images of elephants, dancers, horses and musicians all of which are an expression of royalty.