Maharastra and Mumbai Aerial View

Also Known as Kulaba. Water envelopes this fort at high tide and one cannot walk to this fort.
A Beautiful fort in Sindhudurg distirct. This fort is located at the delta of Vagothan River.
Also Known as Ratangad or Bhagwati fort, the temple of Goddess Bhagwati is located here
The Fort’s name is Janjira Mahruba. This fort of Siddis remained undefeated.
Best Picture of all. I love this picture, as it is of a Man of honour who fought for what is right and for his people. Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (The great Maratha).
This fort is the birthplace of Shivaji Maharaj
An impregnable island fort near Harnai in Konkan
A small hill fort covering the delta of River Kundalika. A part of Koralai’s poplulation speaks Creole
Spread over 11 acres and over 325 feet high, this shrine in Gorai, Mumbai, can house 8,000 devotees for vipasanna.
The Samadhi of Samarth Ramdas is located in this fort. Aurangzeb renamed this as ‘Navrastara’
Shivaji Maharaja’s son, Sambhaji, was born in the hill fort near Shirval
A fort carved by Rastrakutas, Muhammad Tuglak Shifted his capital from Delhi to Devgiri. Later, it was the capital of Yadavas.
The second capital of Shivaji Maharaj’s Swarajya. He was coronated here. Shivaji Maharaj passed away at Raigadh.
A beautiful hill fort located in the Shayadri mountain range between Pawan Maval and Andra Maval
An early morning buzz at Bhaucha Dhakka, a jetty at Mazagaon Dock, Mumbai
These Migratory birds visit Sewri Coast, Mumbai every year
This rugged fort is located amidst thick woods of the Sahyadri Rages. Shivaji Maharaj had taken shelter here while escaping from Siddhi Johar.
The first Capital of Shivaji Maharaj’s swarajaya. Located in Gunjan Maval, Shivaji Maharaj ruled from this fort for 24 years.
A secondary fort near Lohgad, Shivaji Maharaj renamed this fort as Sambalgadh. The Bhaje Caves are carved on this hillock
The Siddis built this fort on an island between Khanderi and the mainland
This temple is home to Saptashrungi Devi (Durga Devi). It is located at Vani near Nashik, Maharastra. This place is one of the shakti peeths of India
Shanivarwada was the stately mansion originally built as the residence of Peshvas. The foundation of the mansion was laid by Bajirao 1 in the year 1730 AD and consturction was completed in 1732 AD at the cost of just Rs.16,120.
A hill fort famous for its sheer cliff. There is a bird sanctuary at the foothills of this fort near Pen Panvel
An impregnable fort in the Dolbari range of Sahyadri. Shivji sacked the town of Mulher in 1670 while returning from Surat.
Cries of Pudcha varhsi lavkar ya rent the air as devotees congregate at Mumbai Girgaum Chowpatty as the immerse their beloved Lord Ganesh
Shivaji Maharaj built this fort in the Koyna Valley near Mahableshwar. It was here that he killed Afzal Khan
After conquering Surat, Shivaji Maharaj used the money to build this fort on Kurte island near Malvan, Konkan.
The famous gateway to India was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary

An English historian, James Douglas, has written that if Sinhgad is the Lions’s Den, then Torna is the Eagle’s nest. Shivaji Maharaj renamed this fort as ‘Prachandgadh’

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