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Rajgad Fort - a Soul of Trekking Empire.
Rajgad boasts of the highest number of days stayed by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj on any fort One of my Friend clicked this Pic . we were waiting due to crowdy gathering while decending when travelling in rainy season History The fort has stood witness to many significant historic events including the birth of Chhatrapati Shivaji's son "Rajaram Chhatrapati", the death of Shivaji's Queen Saibai, the return of Shivaji from Agra, the burial of Afzal Khan's head in the Mahadarwaja walls of Balle Killa, the strict words of Sonopant Dabir to Shivaji....
SUDHAGADH: Mysterious fort
on the commemoration this place was build (samadhi) some are temple shaped some are like pillars. this is the place where all samadhi are build brave warriors are well designed and kept safe over here. this is fully destroy the daru golla kotar which means place where ammunition were stored safely. this kotar is now destroy may because of war or other reason, we tried to find the reason but were not known by anyone. here it seems unclean and dirty but this is totally fresh water which villagers use for there daily purpose, where else we were fascinated to see this couldn't be the fresh and pure water, but later on we saw small fish were there and hence villagers cannot be wrong we have this water and that was true this was pure water. we started moving down toward the village where we had bhakri and peas. very tasty and if you are in Maharashtra and u have not had bhakri then it is worthless, we completed our journey but we reached down at 2. schedule was late but was fascinating few picture while enroute towards sudhagadh the another place for trekkers which is totally visible from sudhagadh taila baila the beauty of leave glimpse with sun and here is the route of whole sudhagad killa our remarkable journey finally came to an end and which thought us many new things . we headed toward the van and took the darshan of the ashtavinakyak temple which is very famous, where photo is strictly prohibited. pali itself sounds good but there is lot to see in this place part of sahyadri which keep its cultural heritage very properly, we got to know how our warrior were and how bravely they used to completed all this killa within small span of time, how they use techniques to keep an eye on enemy etc. we reached our destination on time and this is how our trek to sudhagad accomplished....
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There are also the lesser known palace (Bharatpur Killa) and museum that houses antique weapons, everyday items and sculptors among other things, and is a wonderful place to hang out under the warm winter sun.All in all, if you love taking strolls without the hassle of traffic, if you enjoy letting your imagination run free in the backdrop of nature and if you find peace in the heart of wilderness, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a must visit....