Akluj Fort, Solapur District, Maharashtra
Akluj Fort is located in Solapur District of Maharashtra, which has been renovated and restored. It is an important structure of Solapur District.
(Last Updated on : 27/08/2019)
Akluj Fort is located in the Solapur District
on the banks of River Nira
. This important fort of Solapur has been renovated by the Shree Dinkarrao Thopte and Avinash Thopte with the help of local people. Sambhaji Maharaj along with 26 others were captured by Mukarrab Khan from Sangameshwar and brought to this fort. Inside the fort there are various idols made from fibre depicting the life of Shivaji Maharaj
Visiting Information to Akluj Fort
Solapur Railway Station
and Solapur Airport
are the nearest to visit the fort. National Highway
16 and National Highway 65 connect Solapur to other major parts of Maharashtra.
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