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Sudhagad Fort

Sudhagad Fort is one of the rarely visited forts in Konkan region, located near Pali, about 80 km from Pune, in Maharashtra. This 2,000 ft high fort has strong walls. The fort has three doors and one of them is known as the ‘Maha Darwaja’ which is a very huge door.

A big plateau on the fort houses temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and 'Ambar Khana' (where the elephants were kept). The main temple of the fort is dedicated to 'Devi Bhorai'.

Other spots on the fort are includes a small pond, Echo Point and Takmak Tok.

The fort can be covered while a trip to Pali and Mahad.

Regular buses are available from Shivajinagar to Pali.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Raigad


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