(Last Updated on : 10/09/2019)
Ghargad Fort is a fort located 145 km from Mumbai
, in Nashik district
. This fort
is less visited fort in Nashik district. This fort is quiet difficult to climb.
History of Ghargad Fort
Ghargad Fort was surrendered to British
immediately after the fall of the Trymbakgad. Captain Briggs captured this fort in 1818. This fort was under the control of British, till the Indian Independence
Structure of Ghargad Fort
There are two gates on the main entrance path of the fort. There is a rock-cut water cistern and a cave on the fort.
Visiting Information of Ghargad Fort
The base village
of the fort is Ghargad Sanghvi. The trekking
path starts from the hillock north of the base village. The route is narrow and covered with bushes. There are no trees
on the trekking route. It takes about an hour to reach the entrance gate of the fort.
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