Tringalwadi


The Monsoon Fort

Located on the ancient trade route winding through the Thal ghat in Igatpuri, the Tringalwadi fort is believed to have been built circa the 10th Century. History has it that the Tringalwadi fort was yielded to the Mughals by Shivaji’s father Shahaji and was later surrendered to the British in 1818. An intricately carved cave lies at the foothills of the fort and its western entrance being carved from a single stone is rather architecturally unique. Along the fort are ruins of several structures and a small temple. Monsoon is the best time to visit this fort.

What to do

At the footshills of the fort is a cave called pandav leni with beautifully carved entrance and a stone idol of Rishabhanatha in the garbha gruha. The cave has a large sabha mandapa. the western entrance to the fort is a unique structure of architecture.

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Recommended Time & Duration

The best time to visit this is fort is the monsoon season.

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