Daulatabad Fort, Daulatabad
Categories: Ruins, Military Facilities, Tourist Spots
Daulatabad Fort, a 14th-century fort city and one of the seven wonders of Maharashtra, carries the impressive reputation of never having been defeated in battle. Some believe Lord Shiva lives in the hills surrounding this historical attraction, which stands high on its own hill and only grants access to the summit across a narrow bridge. The lower slopes of the hill were once cut away to create steep sides and make defenses stronger, and a deep moat infested with crocodiles once surrounded the fort, but has since dried up. However, you can still explore the damp tunnels winding through the hill. Keep an eye out for monuments like the Chand Minar, a distinctive tower. A visit to the fort requires a lot of walking, so arrive early in the day for cooler weather and wear proper shoes. Plan your visit to Daulatabad Fort and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Daulatabad itinerary maker.
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fort is beautiful. you will need one entire day. ellora caves and maismal hill station is nearby. Fun place to be. The climb can be steep at times. So heart patients and old must refrain. The cannon o... read more »
The fort has some well-preserved sections and the main attraction is the bhool-bhulayan here (dark staircase leading up). I personally thought it was ok had I missed this spot since it is a lot of wal... read more »
This fort has multiple moats and levels of walls with guard towers armed with cannons. There's a bit of a climb to reach the top but the view is worth it. There is also a Minar and other minor attract... read more »
its history makes us sad and as well as warns us. here the son in law of ramchandra dev harpal dev was skinned alive and hung on the gates of the fort by savage islamist khiljis.
The best attractive thing here is Andheri (Dark Passage) One has to experience this. Not many go in this passage but I recommend one should experience this.
its feels most beatiful in rainy
Arun Kumar Sundaramurthy
A must visit place on the way to Ellora.. Beware of monkeys.. It takes long time and stamina to reach the top.. Good view from the top..
This is the fort which is famous for its security over defeat. Really one of the greatest fort & wide in area as well as highest from the ground.
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