Fort of Kharda - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Fort of Kharda
This is a historical fort in Kharda, which commemorates the Battle of Kharda. A huge fort with architectural wonders and a lot of history to say.
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Attractions Near Fort of Kharda
Shri Kamlabhavani Temple
37.8km from Fort of Kharda
There is a significance of no. 96 for the temple. The Kamala Bhavani Temple is built by Rao Raje Nimbalkar in 1727. It is considered to be the second seat of Tulajapur Tulaja Bhavani. Built in Hemdpanthi style, the temple has entry doors in East South and North directions. The uniqueness of this temple architecture is, the temple is having well of 96 steps. The temple is constructed with 96 pillars. The temple top consists of 96 pictures and 96 ‘overyas’. Navaratra festival is celebrated with gr
Rehekuri Blackbuck Sanctuary
53.15km from Fort of Kharda
In Maharashtra, blackbucks are seen only in Rehekuri Wildlife Sanctuary. Initially, when the wildlife sanctuary was formed, the population of blackbuck was hardly 15. And to one's astonishment, the current no of blackbucks are 400. Blackbucks in Maharashtra are referred as 'kalvit' and the male blackbuck easily stands out from among a group of antelopes for its long spiral horns roaming in the grasslands.
Mohta Devi Mandir
60.75km from Fort of Kharda
Shri Shetra Mohata Devi Gad is situated at Mohata which is 9 km from Pathardi Taluka and 70 km east of Ahmednagar. This holy place is dedicated to Shri Kulswamini Jagdamba Mohatadevi. Navratri is a major festival of the temple in the month of September/October.
74.52km from Fort of Kharda
Dharashiv Caves are the nexus of 7 caves located 8 km away from Osmanabad. The caves were taken note by Archaeological Department of India and mentioned in the book Archaeological survey of India. It has been declared as a protected monument by the government.
Shree Lakshmi Narasimha Temple
82.05km from Fort of Kharda
This is a temple dedicated to the Lord Narasimha, Avatar of Vishnu. located in the Pune district. A historical temple with a lot of architectural works and have a lot of history to say.
Sant Dynaneshwar Udyaan
95.18km from Fort of Kharda
It is named after the saint Jnaneshwar, whose native village was near Paithan. Colorful flowerbeds, vast lawns, and musical fountains are the attractions of the udyan. Ten plazas and twenty-two fountains are added features. It has a children's play area, swimming pool and boat rides.
Discover More Attractions in Ahmednagar, Home of Fort of Kharda
Ahmednagar district is the largest district of Maharashtra state in western India. Mazalak Ahmed was established in 1494 AD and the capital city of Nizamshah became known as Ahmednagar city by his name