Mohangad Fort, Pune District, Maharashtra
Mohangad Fort or Jaslodgad, is a ruined hill fort located in the Pune District of Maharashtra. It was once described as a long deserted structure by Shivaji.
(Last Updated on : 25/09/2019)
Mohangad Fort, also known as Jaslodgad, is located in the Pune District
. This ruined hill fort was described as a long deserted structure by Shivaji
in a letter written by him in the year 1659. The remains of the fort include rock-cut steps and several water cisterns. Later, the fort was rebuilt by Bajiprabhu Deshpande by the instructions of Shivaji Maharaj after defeating the ruler Bandal on Rohida Fort.
Visiting Information to Mohangad Fort
Mohangad Fort is located at Shirgaon
, near Hirdoshi village
, on the road between Bhor
and Mahad. Pune International Airport
and Pune Junction Railway Station
are the nearest to visit the fort. National Highway
53 connects Pune to other major parts of the country.
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