Places to visit at the fort:
Pant Sachiv Palace: In the regime of the Peshwas, the ‘Pantsachivas’ of Bhor became the custodians of this fort. After the annexation of princely states in 1950, the fort became patron less. As a result, the fort is in a state of ruins, even though it escaped the wrath of the British. This palace is in dilapidated condition now. You can get food cooked here by the local villagers.
Mr. Santosh (92733 69217) & family are very kind and cook very simple lunch for you and your group. You can call up beforehand and inform about your plan. You can also stay overnight at this wada.
Bhoreshwar Mahadev Temple: This temple is very near to Pant Sachiv Palace. Really a very serene place surrounded by green forest!
Maha Darvaja/Dindi Darvaja: This is replica of the Maha Darvaja of Raigad. The construction and arrangement of this door is of the type called ‘Gomukhi’. This door is well protected since it is hidden in between two huge bastions.
Bhorai Devi Temple: This is the presiding deity on the fort.
We finally experienced what we wanted – Heavy rains and cool breeze near the Tak Mak Point.