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Daulatabad Fort

Daulatabad, India
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2 days ago
“Start early with fresh legs”
1 week ago
“Effort to create a replica of Qutub Minar”
Daulatabad, India
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Start early with fresh legs and energy.Carry water bottle.Take some time off to observe the cannons. Then you move through a long stone path to cross-over a high water bridge. It was filled with crocodiles in historical times as a protection strategy during battles. Bhul...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

What's good Everything. The fort was designed with elaborate planning to create 7 layers of defenses. You can witness them one by one as you move up which in itself is a proper trek. What's not good Commute from Aurangabad to Daulatabad needs quick thinking...More

Thank Prashant K
Reviewed 1 week ago

The most remarkable monument in this fort is Chand Minar. Chand minar in the Daulatabad fort built in 14th Century by Bahmani ruler Hasan Gangu Bahmani, who was also called Ala-ud-Din Bahmani. Hasan Gangu Bahmani was very fascinated by Qutb Minar in Delhi and hence...More

Thank bishnu s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The fort is one of very old ones and can take you through Mughal and Maratha history if you are interested. Lot of old canons and different parts of fort are pretty much an attraction not to forget. Visiting this during winters or cold weather...More

Thank manojmka
Reviewed 16 April 2017

The most intriguing fort because of the fact that it was very difficult to capture. the defense strategies and the various views were really good. Definitely, a lot to learn about history

Thank zoya n
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

Daulatabad fort a place to visit in aurangabad. Best place for traking . Visit at least once . Love it .

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Reviewed 11 April 2017

It is one of the best fort i ever seen in my life. The construction of the fort is very good. Also there are so many tanks (Tofs) which we can see. The main building of the fort is surrounded by water from all the...More

Thank Gaurav K
Reviewed 1 April 2017

I ve visted the forts of Jaipur. They are grand and welcoming. This one is completely different. It has been strategically designed to deter incoming invaders and one can clearly see it. The location, the gradient all reflect this. In between the climb to top...More

Thank manishscgulati
Reviewed 25 March 2017 via mobile

The fort itself is decrepit and not worth the time. However it has amazingly dark maze called bhool bhulaiya in Hindi or secret passages. These are absolutely dark and u can get lost here without a guide. Meant to attack soldiers entering the fort with...More

Thank JustaskforKS
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Devgiri hills fort has been seat of power since millenniums.Sri Ramkrishna raya Yadavas ruled from here in 600 AD . Daulatabad was name imposed by A Khilji till Mughals and Nizaam ruled over this area around.No one ever took it it in a military might...More

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I will leave Shirdi by taxi for Ellorra on the morning of 5 Oct and make stay at Aurangabad. My programme is to have Darshan of Grishneswar Mahadev followed by sigh seeing at Ellora. What else can be done on the way to Aurangabad?
7 August 2016|
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Response from Debopam | Reviewed this property |
Daulatabad fort is worth a visit, and visit the Bibi Ka Maqbara as well. You may also wish to see the Aurangabad Caves, which may seem not so interesting after visiting Ellora and Ajanta Caves. Another place is the Tomb of... More
how many hours needed inside the fort to have a good look. what is the distance from Aurangabad.
6 July 2015|
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Response from Ankurrm | Reviewed this property |
The distance from Aurangabad is around 15-20 kms. Would take around 3 hours to have a good look. We went up to the canon point only. There is also more to explore via steep ascent for those who want to explore more but that... More