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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a huge fort and a must visit. Canons at the entrance add charm to the place. Need to climb lot of stairs to reach top. The climb definitely worth as the view from the top is beautiful.

Thank Sumandc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

AURANGABAD ,famous for paithani saree & Moghul history. Nearest rail head Aurangbabad. Tourist attractions Fort, Pani chakki, Bibi ka maqbara

Thank wanderlast_13
Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

The fort has 5 layers of defence. Best to hire a guide. Can be reached by taxi or auto. The fort is huge. Must carry water bottles (min. 2), sunglasses and hat. Need to climb a lot ( too many) steps to reach to the...More

Thank Kumaraswamy H
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Start early...go till the top...go through so called "bhulbhulaiya". You will really enjoy. Nice scene from the top. One should take into account the timing.

Thank AzadAjay
Reviewed 3 June 2017

The fort is located on top of the hill. It was built in 14th century. Chand Minar, Chini Mahal and Baradari are must see structures inside the fort.

Thank Virag S
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Awesome to know the architectural marvel - the thought and the detailed intricacies that went into building this Ajeet Killa - the only way it was won over was either by bribing or surrendering.

1  Thank Mandira D
Reviewed 22 May 2017

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

Thank AvinashSamrat
Reviewed 19 May 2017 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 15 May 2017

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 10 May 2017

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
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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
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7 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
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