Gherakilla Manikgad, Maharashtra 410220, India
About Manikgad Fort
This is an ancient fort in Chandrapur. It is a hill fort 507 metres above sea level built by the Naga kings in 9 CE. The fort is in ruins and is frequented by wild animals that live in the vicinity.
Attractions near Manikgad Fort
Matheran is a bewitching hill station, situated on the Western Ghat mountain range in Maharashtra. The magnificent hill station boasts of dense green cover, pleasing atmosphere and verdant beauty that allure the tourists from various parts of the world. The hill station is also an empyrean for the adventure junkies as well. Trekking, rock climbing and paragliding are some of the exciting adventure activities that can be enjoyed by the visitors.
Lonavla is a town and a hill station municipal council in Pune district. the picturesque place is surrounded by lush greenery and the climate is very cool. An attractive tourist place located in Pune.
Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of cave temples predominantly dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. They are on Elephanta Island in Mumbai Harbour, The Elephanta Caves contain rock cut stone sculptures that show syncretism of Hindu and Buddhist ideas and iconography. The caves are hewn from solid basalt rock. Except for a few exceptions, much of the artwork is defaced and damaged
Malang Gad hill fort is a hill fort located in the Matheran Hill Range built by the King Naladev of the Maurya Dynasty in the seventh century. The fort was home to a Nathpanthi Saint named “Machhindranath” during this period.
Bhimashankar temple is a Jyotirlinga shrine located northwest of Khed. Bhimashankar is also the source of river Bhima.
Where is Manikgad Fort
Discover more attractions in Chandrapur, where Manikgad Fort is located
The district Chandrapur was earlier known as ‘Chanda’ according to tradition and legend the name of the place was ‘Lokapura’ which was first changed to ‘ Indpur’ and subsequently to Chandrapur. During the British colonial period it was called Chanda district, which was again changed to its original name ‘Chandrapur ‘ around 1964.