Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary was developed around Nandur Madhmeshwar Dam. This Dam has been constructed on the Sangam of the Godavari and Kadawa river. This bird sanctuary is also called as “Maharashtra’s Bharatpur“. It is located around 40 km’s away from Nashik.
Purandar Fort History, Timings, Entry Fees, Images, Trek, How To Reach, Best Time To Visit Information
Purandar Fort is present in Saswad village, 50 km away from Pune, Maharashtra. This is the fortress where the Chhatrapati Sambaji Raje Bhosle was born. Sambaji was the son of Chhatrapati Shivaji. Shivaji had the first win by capturing this fortress. Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb captured this fortress in 1665. But it was under his control for only five years.
After 5 years Shivaji redeemed and waved the Maratha flag on the fortress of Purandar. A tunnel in the fort Whose path leads out of the Fort. Shivaji used this tunnel to go outside during the war.
Pegalwadi (Trimbakeshwar) is located 29 km’s away from an ancient city Nashik. This place is rich with natural beauty but still unnoticeable. Surrounded by hills and number of waterfalls makes this place awesome. If you are in Nashik during monsoon and in search of places to visit near Nashik during monsoon then don’t waste time just pack your bag and come here.
Shaniwar Wada is located in the heart of the city Pune. It is one of the most visited historical places in Pune. In Marathi “Shaniwar” means Saturday and “Wada” means a residential place. The name “Shanwar Wada” came from the same thing. Peshwa Bajirao I laid the ceremonial foundation of this place on Saturday, January 10, 1730. Many people referred this place as Fort, but in reality, it is not a Fort. It was a residential place built by Peshwa Bajirao I.
Murud Janjira Fort also known as “Janjira Fort“ is located in the western coastal area of Maharashtra, India. “Murud“ is the name of the village which is present in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. The name “Janjira” comes from the Arabian word “Jajira” which means “Island”. This fortress is truly invincible, no one can win this fort. British, Mughal, and Marathas attacked this fort many times but they didn’t win it.