|Part of Sahyadri Hill Range|
|Thane district, Maharashtra|
|In use||Hermits for meditation|
|Government of India|
Gorakhgad Fort / गोरखगड is a fort located 10 km from Murbad, Thane district, of Maharashtra. This fort is an important fort in Thane district. This fort was mainly used by sadhus or hermits for meditation. It was also used to guard the ancient trade route passing through Naneghat.
History[edit | edit source]
Not much history about this fort is known.
Location[edit | edit source]
Description[edit | edit source]
After main entrance gate there is an inscription in Marathi. There are rock cut water cisterns near the cave. The water is available round the year for drinking purpose. The cave is spacious and has square pillars. There is a small Mahadev temple on the top. The Ahupe Ghat and Siddhagad can be seen from the top.
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See also[edit | edit source]
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- List of forts in Maharashtra
- List of forts in India
- Maratha Navy
- Maratha War of Independence
- Battles involving the Maratha Empire
- Maratha Army
- Military history of India
References[edit | edit source]
- Book "Saad Sahydrichi-Bhatkanti killyanchi" by P.K. Ghanekar
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