Dhule, Maharashtra 424006, India
About Laling Fort
Laling Killa is a small citadel located in the cutting-edge Dhule district of Maharashtra state in India. The citadel is located on top of Laling hill about 9.65 km south of Dhule metropolis. It turned into one of the crucial forts in the Khandesh place at some point of the time of the Faruqi Kings.
Attractions near Laling Fort
It is built in a very important place. It is 304 meters high above sea level. From 1370, information available for the songir fort. This fort was in the possession of Farooqi Sultans. After that he went under the control of the Mughals, Marathas and later the British. The British conquered it in 1818. The rounded bastions in black stone absorbs attention. The remains of this fort have also collapsed.
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This place is also known as Dakshin Kashi because of this temple. A number of devotees will visit this temple every day.
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