Sajjangarh Fort

Sajjangarh Fort, Satara: Address, Sajjangarh Fort Reviews: 4/5

Sajjangarh Fort
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Mukul Gupta
Vadodara, India71 contributions
Forts of shivaji
Oct. 2019 • Friends
A great place to visit
Lots of stares, peace, greenery, beautiful landscape,
Religious place
Fresh air
Lots of monkies to play
Peace of mind
Written 4 November 2019
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DHAVALCHANDRA
Satara, India31 contributions
Best religious place on fort.
Jan. 2019 • Family
this is best religious place holy lotus feet of shri samarth ramdas swami .this is on sajjangarh fort near satara in maharashtra state. all amenities such as dharamshala and free mahaprasad is offered to devotees at this place
Written 13 February 2019
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Sheetal S
Mumbai, India192 contributions
fort in Satara near Thosegar waterfall
Oct. 2018 • Family
Fort after a priest is the samadhi of Sadguru Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami. One has to climb around 250 stairs. If tired try out the buttermilk sold by local vendors which they prepare at home . Hanuman mandirs are built throughout the path. Parshaad / lunch is given free of cost. Rice + Sambar and sweet served was delicious .The view from the backside is awesome . Do buy local dolls which the women sell with hand woven dresses and cap.
Written 3 October 2018
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Praj M
Pune, India85 contributions
Sajjangarh fort...........combination of peace and serenity
Sep. 2018 • Solo
Sajjangarh fort........fort at the top of mountain
Historical significance as Sajjangad means 'Fort of Good' People, is located near the city of Satara, India. It is the final resting place of Sant Ramdas in 17th century India .
Sant RAMDAS was spiritual guru to Chatrapati shivaji maharaj and his family.The maintenance of the fort and the Samadhi (final resting place) of Sadguru Shri Samarth Ramdas Swami is taken care by Ramdas Swami Sanstha, a trust which has existed since the time of Shri Ramdas Swami.

How to reach fort: It is situated at the top of mountain but reachable by four wheeler till the entry gate,it is about 10-15 km from Satara city .
Road going to fort is full of lush green mountains and scenic beauty all around
Once u reach there,you have to climb around 250 stairs and for senior citizen there is arrangement of transport at moderate cost.The fort is open for devotees from 5.00am to 9.00pm.(all days)Entry and exit beyond these hours is restricted. In the afternoon, trustees of Sajjangad serves a food (as prasad) to the devotees for free of cost.
At the back side of fort ,there is Maruti mandir(Hanuman Temple)which existed during Ramdas Swami's life.

The back side of fort is mesmerizingly beautiful,peaceful and has heavenly power
It gives us sense of containment ,fulfillment and we surrender our self to beauty of nature
Written 21 September 2018
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MirzaKausar
Bikaner, India49 contributions
Fort on top of hill in near Satara, Maharastra
Aug. 2018 • Friends
This is a old fort in Satara district of Maharastra but in reviews I can see people are reviewing a place named "Sajjangarh Palace" situated in Udaipur Rajasthan .
Sajjangarh fort is a surrounded by mountains and must visit place in monsoon very beautiful view.
Written 20 August 2018
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Mrinal T
New Delhi, India119 contributions
Palace at the top of a mountain
Aug. 2018 • Couples
We visited Sajjangarh in the monsoons. The views from here are unparalleled. This fort overlooks other hills in Udaipur and offers a breathtaking view of the entire city and the lakes. Although not able to view the sunset because of overcast conditions, we will always remember our visit to this beautiful palace for its views.
Written 13 August 2018
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DrVineetGGupta
New Delhi, India73 contributions
Quick visit from Udaipur - very badly maintained, but nice views
Jan. 2018 • Couples
The contrast between the beautiful Udaipur palace and the Sajjangarh fort tells you all you need to know about the difference between the Royal family (who have developed the palace as a tourist destination with love and are reaping the rewards) and the government (who were donated the fort and have basically just ignored what could be at minimum, a beautiful heritage property). It is basically an ill-maintained fort on top of a hill. Roads to get here are bad - if you are planning to use a two-wheeler, be very careful or take a taxi. It barely takes 20 minutes to see the entire structure, but the view from the balcony is amazing. It's a good place and worth a visit, but it has so much squandered potential.
Written 9 April 2018
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indiachal
39 contributions
Great view of city
Mar. 2018 • Family
This offers great view of Udaipur city and real good breeze. Other than this, there is nothing to see. You have Chunda Palace Cafe for some quick refreshments.
Written 29 March 2018
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blackGerber
4 contributions
Stunning view
Mar. 2018 • Friends
A perfect place to be at for a stunning subset view overlooking lake city. The moment we got to the top, it was absolutely a great feeling about this fort.
Written 13 March 2018
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Chaitanya Goyal
Noida, India39 contributions
Scenic beauty
Jan. 2018 • Friends
The place is famous for the sunset view. Along with that, you can see entire Udaipur from the top. Lake pichola and fatehsagar lakes are clearly visible.
Now, how to reach there?
Hire a taxi/uber as the place is bit outside main Udaipur city. The entry closes at 5pm in the evening, so plan accordingly.

Written 7 January 2018
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