The way clouds conquer the sky with their eternal beauty in monsoons; similarly, the Sahyadri’s are spread over the western ghat. The tremendous welcoming and adventurous terrain which brings everyone on their toes. Forts of Maharashtra are well known for their elevation, terrain, serene, beauty.
The Western Ghats of Maharashtra are renowned for their Sahyadri Mountain Ranges. There are close to 300 plus forts here. However, only some of these forts and trek routes have been explored and commercialized. A large section of these mountain ranges are less trodden and
The Ravlya Fort and Javlya Fort are the twin forts situated in a single Hill plateau of Chandor range. Ravlya Javlya fort located in the Nashik district of Maharashtra earlier. Ravlya Javlya forts were built with a unique purpose. They had the motive of keeping
Surgad Killa, सुरगड क़िल्ला, meaning Gods Fort, is a mountain fort established in a spur, fragmented from the Sahyadri mountains of Maharashtra. Surgad Fort base village Gherasurgad in Raigad district near Roha Town. Surgad Killa used for protecting and keeping an eye on the trade
घोसाळे गड – Ghosalgad Fort located near Roha city at 8 km on the Murud-Bhalgaon-Roha drive. Ghosalegad Fort is 20 meters in width. Ghosalgad Killa is a hill fort with a thin lateral ridge secured by fortification. The fort assisted in maintaining vigil and protection on the