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9 Attractions to Explore Near Asirgarh Fort

Asirgarh Fort
Asirgarh FortAsha Devi Road, Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh 450221, India

It is an Indian fort located in Satpura ranges of Burhanpur built by Asa Ahir of the Ahir dynasty in the 15th Century. This fort holds immense importance for history lovers as well as for those who wish to simply explore the beauty of a monument that once held esteem and prestige and architectural beauty.

Nearby Attractions

Dargah-E-Hakimi
Dargah-E-Hakimi17.16 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

This is the dargah of Abdul Qadir Hakimuddin. It is one of the holiest places for the Dawoodi Bohra Muslims. This mausoleum was constructed in pure white marble which is an outstanding example of Mughal architecture. The Dargah and the surroundings are very well maintained and lot of tourists come here to see this architectural beauty every day.

Ahukhana
Ahukhana17.37 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

Aahukhana is an archaeological site in the heart of Burhanpur. There is so many things to see and study around this place. One who visits Burhanpur should visit this place.

Shahi Qila
Shahi Qila19.16 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

The Shahi Qila was a majestic palace in Burhanpur located to the east of the Tapti River built by rulers of the Farooqi Dynasty. A seven-storied monument, the fort itself is often called Bhoolbhoolaiya because of its vast, confusing architecture. There are a lot of tourists visiting this place every day to experience this architectural beauty.

Gugamal National Park
Gugamal National Park76.56 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

Gugamal National Park is a beautiful place, located in the Amravati district of the state of Maharashtra. The park is a part of the Melghat Tiger Reserve. The Park area lies within the Satpura hill ranges also known as the Gavilgarh Hills. This is the only park in Maharashtra where tigers are still in existence and is one of the well-known ones in the state.

Manudevi Temple
Manudevi Temple77.94 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

Situated in the lush green ranges of Satpuda mountains, on the banks of River Tapi, is the Shree Manudevi Temple. It is the supreme family deity of many of the families who reside in the vicinity.

Narnala Fort
Narnala Fort80.07 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

also known as “Shahnur Fort”, is a hill fortress in Maharashtra, India, named after the Rajput Ruler Narnala Singh. The name Narnala was given after the Rajput Ruler Narnal Singh or Narnal Swami. The fort was built in 10 A.D. by Gond Kings. In 15th Century Mughals have occupied and rebuild the fort and hence it has been called Shahnoor Fort.

Anand Sagar
Anand Sagar87.93 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

Ananad Sagar is developed by Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, taking in to consideration the increasing number of devotees coming at Shegaon Mandir for Darshan, as there was no place nearby Shegaon to spare time. Sansthan has decided to develop a place which should be spiritual as well as entertainment Center for Devotees.

Melghat Tiger Reserve
Melghat Tiger Reserve88.88 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

Melghat means 'meeting of the ghats' which is just what the area is, a large tract of unending hills and ravines scarred by jagged cliffs and steep climbs. The exquisite hill forests, thick undergrowth and moss-covered trees underscore its virgin confines. It lies at the northern extreme of the Amravati District on the border of Madhya Pradesh,

Indira SagarDam (Punasa Dam)
Indira SagarDam (Punasa Dam)92.15 KMs away from Asirgarh Fort

This is Asia's prestigious hydropower project built over the river Narmada. The construction of the main dam started in 1992. The site features a concrete gravity dam which is 92 metre tall and 653 metre long. it withholds the largest reservoir in India, with a capacity of 12.22 billion cu m . The dam was built as a joint venture between Madhya Pradesh irrigation and National Hydroelectric Power Corporation. It was commissioned on May 2005.