Yeshvantgad Fort

Yeshvantgad Fort (Rajapur T.), on the north entrance of the Rajapur creek, with the sea on the south and a ditch to the
north and west, has an area of about seven acres. Some parts of its outer walls and bastions are ruined. The supply of water is abundant. Redi* is a minor port at the foot of Yeshvantgad, which
was formerly a separate village and is now amalgamated in the town Nate.

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