20 Attractions to Explore Near Sinhagad Fort
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8.53km from Sinhagad Fort
This is a dam on the Mutha river. The dam created a reservoir named as Khadkakvasla lake which is the main source of water for Pune and its suburbs.
Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park
14.7km from Sinhagad Fort
It is a well-maintained zoological park situated in the Pune district, with good collections of reptiles, mammals, and birds. Among mammals, the zoo has a white tiger and a male Bengal tiger. Other mammals at the zoo include leopard, sloth bears, sambhars, barking deer, blackbucks, monkeys, and elephants. Reptiles include snakes, vipers, Indian crocodiles and Indian star tortoise and birds such as peafowl also feature.
17.4km from Sinhagad Fort
A hillock and one of the most scenic locations in Pune. There is a temple in the top of the hill and is the oldest heritage structure in Pune and was built during the rule of the Peshwa dynasty. Parvati hill is also an observation point that offers a panoramic view of Pune. It is the second-highest point in Pune
18.18km from Sinhagad Fort
Saras Baug is a major landmark in the city of Pune. The place where the park now stands was once occupied by a small lake. However, the lake dried up and was later developed into Sarasbaug. there is a Ganesh temple located inside this.
Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple
19.76km from Sinhagad Fort
The temple is a beautiful construction and boasts a rich history of over 100 years. The Ganesh idol placed inside is 2.2 meters tall and 1 meter wide. and is adorned with nearly 40 kilos of gold.
20km from Sinhagad Fort
Shaniwarwada, once the seat of the Peshwa governance in Pune is a 286-year-old mansion and is one of the finest examples of architecture in the city. It is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Maharashtra. This grand mansion was built by the Peshwa Bajirao I himself as the residence of the Peshwas. Although the Wada currently covers an area of 625 acres
20km from Sinhagad Fort
This is one of the most famous monuments in Pune. This was established by Shivaji Maharaj in the year 1630 AD. Maharaj stayed here for several years until he captured his first fort. The original Lal Mahal fell into ruins and the current Lal Mahal is a reconstruction of the original and located in the center of the Pune city.
Shree Kasba Ganapati
20.06km from Sinhagad Fort
Shree Kasba Ganapati refers to both a particular idol of the god Ganpati in Pune and as well as to the temple built around the idol. The Kasba Ganapati is the presiding deity,gramadevata0 of Pune.
20.63km from Sinhagad Fort
One of the most famous temples in Pune, Chaturshringi Mountain is located on the top of a hill right on the Senapati Bapat Road. It is said to have been built during the reign of the Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosle. The presiding deity of the temple is Goddess Chaturshringi, also known as Goddess Ambareshwari. To reach the main sanctum of the temple, tourists will have to climb approximately 100 stairs but the view of the hill that one gets from the top is worth all the efforts.
Shivneri Fort Junnar
22.59km from Sinhagad Fort
This is a 17th century Militory fortification locatd near Junnar in pune district. it is the birthplace of Shivaji, the founder of Maratha empire
Aga Khan Palace
25.78km from Sinhagad Fort
The mighty edifice of Aga Khan Palace is situated in Pune and was built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in the year 1892. It is one of the most important landmarks in Indian history and has been instrumental in many defining moments of India's independence. It was once the site where Mahatma Gandhi, his wife Kasturba Gandhi, as well as Sarojini Naidu and Mahadev Desai were held prisoners.
35.8km from Sinhagad Fort
The Raigad Fort is one of the major spots of tourism in Maharashtra. It is a hill fort that is based in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. Chhatrapati Shivaji has made this fort the capital of his empire in the year 1674. The fort is situated at 2700ft above the sea level. It is located in the Shayadri mountain range. There is a long stretch of nearly 1450 steps that leads to the fort.
Alandi garuda sthambha
37.67km from Sinhagad Fort
This is a stone column erected in the banks of a lake in the Pune district. Historically important place. this is a symbol of Victory.
40.55km from Sinhagad Fort
Dehu Gatha temple is one of the largest temples and is located near Pune. At the entrance of the temple lies the statue of Sant Tukaram Maharaj. What attracts people the most are the carvings of all Gathas ie legends/storis of Sant Tukaram on the walls of the temple which are very easy to read. It is said that one must read at least 3 Gathas on visiting the temple. The temple is located on Indrayani River's bank.
43.99km from Sinhagad Fort
Jejuri Khandoba Temple is dedicated to Khandoba, who is also known as Mhalsakant or Malhari Martand in the region. Khandoba is the important god worshipped by Dhangar, the oldest tribes in Maharashtra. It is believed that Khandoba is a god of Sakamabhakti, the god who fulfills all the desires of his devotees. Jejuri is popular for its old Deep Mala.
44.78km from Sinhagad Fort
Bhimashankar temple is a Jyotirlinga shrine located northwest of Khed. Bhimashankar is also the source of river Bhima.
Lodwick Point Mahabaleshwar
49.16km from Sinhagad Fort
Lodwick Point is situated about 5 km west of Mahabaleshwar Bus stand. The point was named after General Lodwick, who was the first British officer to climb the hill in April 1824.
Panchgani hill station
49.43km from Sinhagad Fort
This is a famous hill station and municipal council in Satara district. Scenic Panchgani was discovered by the British during the British raj as a summer resort, and a superintendent named John Chesson was placed in charge of the hill station in the 1860s.
49.54km from Sinhagad Fort
Sudhagad is one of the ancient forts in Sahyadri which is surrounded by Sudhagad wildlife sanctuary. This fort is called as the replica of Raigad. Trekking and rock climbing area. Adventure lovers can explore the sanctuary also.
51.56km from Sinhagad Fort
This is a large fort located in Satara district. Significant as the site of the Battle of Pratapgad. The fort is now a popular tourist destination. This fort is built on a spur which overlooks the road between the villages of Par and Kinesvar.
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Know more about Sinhagad Fort
Sinhagad Ghat Road, Dist Pune, Thoptewadi, Maharashtra 411025, India
This is a hill fortress located around 35 km southwest of Pune. Some of the information available at this fort suggests that the fort could have been built 2000 years ago. The caves and the carvings in the Kaundinyeshwar temple stand as proofs for the same. The walls and bastions were constructed only at key places. There are two gates to enter the fort, the Kalyan Darwaza and Pune Darwaza which are positioned at the south east and north-east ends respectively.