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Mangalwedha FortHeight : 0
Type : Land Forts Fort Range : Nil
District : Solapur Grade : Easiest
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Fascinating Spots :

      The current structure of the fort is a small miniature fort type with four bastions and houses the office of Divisional Magistrate. The trench of the fort is now devastated. At the corner we can find some sculptures and idols of Gods and Goddesses. The present ruined state of the fort hints that the fort must have been huge in the earlier times. At the back of the fort there a temple of Lord Kashivishweshwar and a beautiful well. The scripture in the temple premises mentions that the temple was built in 1572 A.D. After descending a few steps in the well we come across an idol of Lord Bramha and also a secret chamber in the midst which opens out to the village. Near the college in the town we can see Veerghals and a beautiful carved pillar of the ancient temple.
Ways To Reach :
      Mangalwedha is 50 kms from the District city of Solapur and 23 kms from the holy town of Pandharpur and buses are easily available.
Accommodation Facility :
      Available in Malgalwedha
Food Facility :
      Available in Malgalwedha
Drinking Water Facility :
      It is advised to carry water during trek.
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Forts in the range of Nil
 Achalpur  Akluj Fort  Akola Fort  Banda Fort
 Belapur Fort  Bhushangad  Colaba  Daulatmangal
 Dharavi Fort  Dhotri Fort (Gadhi)  Dutch Warehouse( Vengurla Fort)  Fort George
 Gharapuri  Hirakot  Induri Fort (Gadhi)  Jaigad
 Jamgaon Fort  Kaladgad  Karmala Fort  Kharepatan fort
 Kotkamate  Machnur  Mahim Fort ( Kelve - Mahim)  Malegaon Fort
 Mangalwedha  Nagardhan  Narayangad  Padmadurg ( Kasa Killa)
 Palashi Fort  Parola  Piliv Fort  Raikot
 Ramdurg  Riwa Fort  Sangli Fort  Sarjekot (Alibaug)
 Satavali Fort  Sewri Fort  Subhan Mangal  Suvarnadurg
 Thalner  Vallabhgad(Hargapur)  Vijaydurg  Yashawantgad (Redi Fort)