Bhuikot Fort

About The Fort:

One of the principal attractions around the celebrated city of Solapur is the Bhuikot Fort, which was worked by the Bahamani administration in the fourteenth century.It is said the incomparable Aurangzeb went through quite a while here. Worked during the Bahamani rule the stronghold is as old as the fourteenth century. The fortification was home to Emperor Aurangzeb for a whole year from 1685-86.

Old stronghold of Shivaji Maharaj. Went here alongside the family and had a pleasant excursion time. This is very much looked after fortification. Must recognize the sanctuary ruin in the left extraordinary corner of the site as you enter the entryways. This was wrecked and worked over and was later revealed by the Britishers.

Beautiful garden inside the fort. Many places to see inside, like Mahadev temple, Balantinichi vihir etc. There’s entry fee to visit the fort and also closing time. Architecture of Mahadev temple is awesome. 

Today, Bhuikot Fort has its own special creature park, which has demonstrated to be an extraordinary joint for families and understudies the same. The creature park may not be amazing yet houses a few hares, ducks and peacocks , and monkeys, among a couple of different creatures. The fortress that was once wrecked has as of late been revived to its old brilliance. The lake close by adds to the effectively beautiful setting and sparkles in orange during nightfalls.

The Bhuikot Fort is a decent spot for family picnics as there are some diversion alternatives for youngsters present here.

Getting to the fortress isn’t excessively troublesome since it is situated in the Sidheshwar sanctuary zone, which is at the core of the city of Solapur.

How to reach the Fort:

Taxi: Taxi and Auto rickshaw are easily available in the city.

Bus: Buses are available in the city.Buses are available in major cities like pune, osmanabad, mumbai, latur etc.

Train: Solapur has its own Railway station known as Solapur Railway station which is connected to major cities of maharashtra.

 

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