(Last Updated on : 30/09/2019)
Mora Fort, also known as Moragad Fort, is located in the Baglan area of Nashik District
on the Selbari hill range. The fort was built to keep watch on the Burhanpur
ancient commercial road. This small fort is located near to the Mulher Fort. Mora Fort is now in almost dilapidated state with few rock-cut cisterns, caves and two rock cut gates. The pathway to the fort is made out of rock cut steps. Mangi-Tungi
, Salota, Hargad, Mulher, Nhavigad Forts can be seen from the Mora Fort.
Visiting Information to Mora Fort
Nasik Road Railway Statio
n and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
are the nearest to visit the Mora Fort. Mumbai Nashik Expressway connects Mumbai
to the district. One can take a vehicle up to, from where it takes an hour to walk and reach the fort.
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