(Last Updated on : 23/09/2019)
Konkan Diva Fort is a small fort
located on the west side of Pune
. Around 70 kms from the main city of Pune, this fort is on the boundary of Raigad
and Pune district
. It is located at the edge of the Kawlya Ghat. The fort was built as a surveillance fort to keep watch on the possible attack on the Raigad Fort
. There is a cave and a few rock-cut water cisterns on the Konkan Diva Fort.
Visiting Information of Konkan Diva Fort
There are two routes to reach the Konkan Diva Fort. The two popular routes to the fort are a walk from the village
of Ghol and a climb up the Kawlya ghat from the nearby Bawlya-Kawlya villages. The route from Konkan region is tough and the nearest town is Mahad which is 61 km from Mumbai
. The base village of the fort is Sandoshi which is 32 km from Mahad. The second route starts from Village Gajarewadi which is near Ghol in Pune district. This route is very safe and wide.
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