Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpur
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Explore the fortifications built by Tipu Sultan of the Mysore in 1792 to ward off the British invaders at Manjarabad Fort. Observe the clear view of the surroundings all the way to the Arabian Sea from an elevation of 988 m (3,241 ft). The fort is unlike any other fort in Karnataka due to its star-shape which differs from the local standard of square forts. Explore the old armory, barracks, and stores built with fired bricks, and the walls which are made of granite stones and lime mortar. It is rumored to have an underground tunnel to another fort 80 km (50 mi) away. You need to climb the stone stairs to reach the fort. A visit to Manjarabad Fort represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Sakleshpur family vacation planner to plot your vacation.
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The fort offers a good view from the top. This is the main tourist attraction in Sakleshpur, so the area has to be improved. There can be souvenir shops, public toilets, tourist guides, etc.
This fort looks elegant in monsoon when the visit is accompanied with fog and drizzle. The pool at the center of fort in + shape is a sheer attraction. most parts of the fort are built with bricks. I ... read more »
This fort is I believe around 5 to 6 kms from Sakleshpur main town. You need to climb around 200 stairs to reach the fort. Its very beautiful. There is an old worldly charm about it. And the view of t... read more »
Amazing place. I felt an amazing when I saw for the first time at the age of 14 years, and felt like to stay there for whole day. Nice wind and breezing and all. First of the View of Malnad, greenery is awesome. Masha Allah, big thanks to Tiger of Mysore Tippu sulthan for Built this fort.
Well known fort, easy to miss. Easy to climb and reach. Open till 6 PM. Nice views around from top. Good for few pictures as well.
Abrar ul Haqqe
Star shaped fort. The views from the top is awesome. Tippu sulthan proud of you.
I loved this place. Although there is no proper road to reach here, and there is no parking, tickets or maintenance, still the fort looks good. Very small, can be covered up in 20-30 mins
Sakleshpuras old name manjarabad named by Tipu
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