Students unearth a buried gate at Torna

  • | Thursday | 11th October, 2018

As a result, the stone-carved gate and staircases were buried under the debris and became completely covered by grass and bushes. ApathyTorna FortVelhe talukaPune districtShivajiMaratha empirePOLL Should universities organise heritage tours to pique students' interest in the city's history? The Torna, also known as Prachandagad, is the largest fort in, originally built during the Bahamani rule in the 15th century AD. Out of curiosity, when we checked the possible location, we realised that there was indeed something buried there. There are also staircases leading to the nearby villages located around three to five kilometres from the fort.

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