Bhivgad (Karjat taluka, 18° 55′ N, 73° 20′ E; RS. Karjat, 5 m.) or Bhimgad fort in Gaurkamat village, three miles east of Karjat, stands on a hill 500 or 600 feet high below the great spur of Dhak. No remains are to be seen on the hill top but there are seven water cisterns, three of which are filled with mud and the remaining four contain clear water. Another water cistern is at the foot of the hill, and contains water.