Forts of Maharashtra

From the tribal community of Nags, Munds and Bhils to the age of Shivaji Maharaj and finally to the present day, various historical monuments & also nearly 350 forts in Maharashtra has remained a testament to every revolution that went through the state.

This historical forts standing tall on the Sahyadri Mountains are a great tribute to the grandeur of the Maratha rulers and ancient Indians who lived here.

Here is a List of detail blogs on the Forts of Maharashtra

RAIGAD – The King’s Fort

Raigad Fort is one of the most famous Travelling destinations in Maharashtra.
Planning to visit Raigad fort with family, solo or with the group especially by public transport,

Here is a blog of complete detail information about Raigad fort. 


RAMSHEJ – The Undefeatable One

Mughal commanders threatened the Maratha saying that they would capture the Ramshej Fort within an hour but over 600 Marathas fought against 50,000 Mughals and resisted them for almost 6 years and remains UNDEFEATED in battle at the end.

Here is a complete detail blog about Ramshej Fort.



ASHERIGAD, Tower of Palghar offers great view of surrounding mountains and there is so much to explore in the fort that makes it one of the best travel destinations near Mumbai.

Here is a complete detail blogs about Asherigad fort.



Standing at a staggering height of 5400 ft. above sea level; Kalsubai is highest peak in Maharashtra.

Here is a complete detail blog about Kalsubai peak.

Do visit and feel the history and get lost into surrounding mountains of Kalsubai.



Purandar fort witnessed the rising of the king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj against the Adil Shahi, Bijapur Sultanate and the Mughals.

Here is a blog of complete detail blog about Purandar fort.


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