Bhamer Fort In Maharashtra


Type: Hill Fort

Height: 2500 ft

Range: Galna

Grade: Medium

Accommodation: Available

Food: Not Available, Have to arrange of its own


bhamer fort

About: Bhamer is well known for its underground caves which are known as Gavali Raja's House. These caves are located in the escarpments of the hills with some are honeycombed, some of them are plain and shapeless, but others are regular buildings with pillar-supported roofs.

Laling Fort In Maharashtra


Type: Hill Fort

Height: 1995 ft

Range: Gaalna

Grade: Medium

Base Village: Laling Village

District: Dhule

Food: Not available

Water: Available but unfit for drinking

Accommodation: Available.

Time to Reach: 45 minutes from base village

laling fort



It s an old and ruined fort occupying the top of the hill. It is a place of considerable antiquity and the fort is supposed to have been built duringtheregion of Malik Raja Faruqi, which subsequently granted to his eldest son. It was in this fort that, Nasir Khan and his son Miran Adil Khan were besieged in 1437 by the Bhanrani general till they were relieved by an army advancing from Gujarat. Also, there are two temples of Hemadpanthi styles and are also in very much frayed condition.This ancient fort is believed to have built during Faruqui Kings and is now in ruined condition.

Songir Fort In Maharashtra


Type: Hill Fort

Height: 2500ft

Grade: Medium

Food: Not Available

Water: Not Available

Accommodation: Not Available

Base Village: Naavli

Songir fort


About: The Songir Fort consists of an old well and a reservoir alongside the ruins of an old water system. Dhule is recognized for its Songir Fort, constructed in the year 1820 and contains inscription of Ugrasen, son of Raja Mansingh presenting the bravery of Ugrasen at its entrance gate.

Hargad Fort In Maharashtra


Type: Hill Fort

Height: 4450 ft

Range: Selbari-Dolbari

Grade: Medium

District: Nashik

Food: Arrange of its own

Water: No drinking water on the top

Accommodation: Not available.


There are some remnants of the fortification on the top. Ruins of a temple, of the residential structures and a couple of water cisterns can be seen here. However, the water in these tanks is not potable and hence it is necessary to carry enough quantity of water.


A cave with a temple of goddess Kapaar Bhavani can also be found on the plateau during the fort-walk. Apart from these places there isn't much to be seen on the fort. One can either return by the same path to visit the Mulher fort or go back to the village of Mulher. The whole walk on the fort can be completed in an hour’s time.



How to Reach:


From Nasik travel to Satana, then Taharabad and finally Mulher village (about 134kms from Nasik).

Nearest Railway station is Nashik Road.


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Type: Hill Fort

Range: Dolbari

District: Nashik

Grade: Medium

Height: 4290 ft

Food: One has to make arrangements of his own

Water: Available at Moti Cisterns.



mulher fort


The village of Mulher(Mayurnagari) is located on the right (south) bank of the Mausam River, 3.5 km by road east (downstream) of the village of Vide Digar and the Haranbari Dam. It is 9 km by road west (upstream) of Taharabad. It is located on State Highway 14. Mulher Fort is located in Mulher village.

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