BAHIRAVGAD FORT

BAHIRAVGAD FORT

Bahiravgad Fort (Chiplun T.), high and hard to reach, on a spur Of the Sahyadris, covers an area of about eight acres of very broken, rocky brushwood-covered ground. The walls are in ruins; but water is abundant,

BAHIRAVGAD FORT.

Bahiravgad Fort (Kankavli Peta), on the top of the Sahyadris in the village of Digavle (p. 2,152) is between three and four acres in area. There are no walls or bastions and there is no provision for water.

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Bahirugad Fort, commonly called Bairamgad, on an outstanding tableland, about six hundred feet above the base of the Sahyadris

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