(Last Updated on : 29-08-2019)
Bhorgiri Fort is a fort in Pune district
. This fort lies about 45km west of the Rajgurunagar town on a small hill detached from the Bhimashankar Hill. The Fort is situated near the village
Bhorgiri. The fort
hill is flanked on both sides by Bhima River and a small tributary of the Bhima River
. Bhorgiri Fort was also used as a surveillance fort on the Pune side.
Structure of Bhorgiri Fort
The structures of the Bhorgiri Fort are in ruined state covered with lots of shrubs
growing over them. There are many caves, Shivalinga
and a stone idol of Lord Virbhadra on the fort.
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