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On the Ramparts of Lohagad Fort
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Lohagad is a ancient hill fort located at an elevation of 3400ft in Pune District in Maharashtra, India. The fort was used as a garrison and treasury by Chatrapati Shivaji who captured twice, first in 1648CE and later in 1670CE from the Mughals. The fort was also occupied a 100 years later by the famous Peshwa Nana Phadnavis who did extensive repairs to the fort. Currently Lohagad Fort is a protected monument and a popular tourist destination.

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