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Dehergad (Bhorgad) FortHeight : 3580 ft from MSL
Type : Hill forts Fort Range : Peth, Nashik
District : Nashik Grade : Medium
      Dehergad is situated in Dindori Taluka on the east side of Ramsej fort. The water tank on the fort and rock-cut steps prove that the fort is ancient. Dehergad which is also known as “Bhorgad” was built to safeguard the trade route of Peth-Sawalghat-Dindori.
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Dehergad (Bhorgad)
Deher
Deher
Fascinating Spots :

      In the last part of the ascent, we can see steps carved in stone which takes us to the entrance, which has been destroyed. At the left hand side of entrance we can see a dry tank. Steps behind this tank takes us to the east side of the fort. Here there are 3 water tanks. Near those tanks there is a Shivalinga and the temple is destroyed. On both South & West side there are 3 joint tanks. On the top of the fort there are remnants of mansions.
Ways To Reach :
      On Nashik-Dharampur road there is Ashewadi village & on 4 kms from Ashewadi there is phata which takes us to the base village of Dehergad called “Deherwadi” We can reach the top within an hour from Deherwadi.
Accommodation Facility :
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Food Facility :
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Drinking Water Facility :
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Forts in the District of Nashik
 Aad  Achala  Ahivant  Ajmera
 Alang  Anjaneri  Aundha  Bhaskargad
 Bishta  Bitangad  Chaulher  Dehergad (Bhorgad)
 Dermal  Dundha  Gadgada (Ghargad)  Galna
 Gorakhgad(Manmad)  Hargad  Harihar  Hatgad
 Indrai  Jawlya  Kanchan  Kanhergad
 Kankrala  Karha  Katra  Kavnai
 Khairai  Kulang  Madangad  Malegaon Fort
 Mangi-Tungi  Manikpunj  Markandeya  Mohandar(Shidaka)
 Moragad  Mordhan  Mulher  Nhavigad
 Pisol  Rajdeher  Rajdher  Ramshej
 Ranjangiri  Rawlya  Rawlya - Jawlya  Salher
 Salota  Saptashrungi  Trimbakgad  Tringalwadi