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Sajjangad- beautiful sunset

We spent an evening and a night on sajjangad before proceeding for Vasota fort trek. Stayed at... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
Thane, India
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Saints Fort

This is a fort where Guru of Shivaji Maharaj who was know Samarth Swami rested finally. Very nice... read more

Reviewed 20 November 2017
Mumbai, India
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Reviewed 8 June 2018

This fort was known by the name of Asvalayana Rishi, since he lived here for many years in ancient times. Then it was called Aswalya gad due to the number of Aswals or bears wandering there. The fort was made by Bahamani Emperors in between...More

1  Thank bpatil87
Reviewed 6 May 2018

It's a fantastic religious place. Very clean, peaceful, disciplined and well maintained. It was a home of Saint Ramdas Swami, whose one of the best contributions is to participate in developing and guiding the most loved King in India, namely Shatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The views...More

1  Thank Satish P
Reviewed 2 February 2018 via mobile

Sajjangad (Devanagari, Marathi: सज्जनगड) meaning 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 (born 1608). His teachings and works written in books such as Dasbodh [1]are read and...More

2  Thank 143vishal
Reviewed 27 January 2018

Fort is all about history Sant Ramdas Swami and Shivaji Maharaj. It is good fort located almost 15 km from satara city. Shivaji Maharaj has gifted this fort to Sant Ramdas. Fort has a good view of the hills. You will also get mahaprasad on...More

2  Thank luckytraveller2018
Reviewed 22 January 2018

you can see the history of Shivaji Maharaj's teacher Sri Swami Samarth , he stayed at this place and you can see the age old things he used. you also get "Mahaprasad" as a part of the daily routine.

2  Thank Shweta A
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

We spent an evening and a night on sajjangad before proceeding for Vasota fort trek. Stayed at Ramdas swami sansthan bhaktnivas. A simple clean arrangement. Participated in evening aarti. Grt experience. A sunset view from Dhabyacha Maruti temple was superb. Setting sun beyond valleys and...More

1  Thank writerahul
Reviewed 15 January 2018 via mobile

Sajjangad fort is very nice.it is related to shivaji mahraj and ramdas swami.sajjangad is best place to visit on holiday.there is also one waterfall near to sajjangad.

Thank Hemaushu K
Reviewed 4 January 2018

Although Sajjangad is very commercial and there are hardly any traces of it's history, the view from the end of the gadh is gorgeous. Between the ranges of the Sahayadris that extend into Satara, is the view of the beautiful Kaas Lake/ Dam. It is...More

Thank Shweta G
Reviewed 20 November 2017

This is a fort where Guru of Shivaji Maharaj who was know Samarth Swami rested finally. Very nice and calm place with a nice ambiance. Situated at height which can reached by climbing stairs. Worth visiting.

Thank vinodkhedkar
Reviewed 10 October 2017

About 20-25 kms from Satara, situated on a hill, is the old fort which is now called Sajjan Gadh which is the final resting place of Samarth Ramdas Swami, the Guru of Shivaji Maharaj and a very popular saint in Maharshtra. There are about 250...More

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26 October 2017|
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Response from Shweta A | Reviewed this property |
it very easy to reach sajjangad, there are very less steps and it hardly takes 25minutes . it is possible to start from the base
24 October 2017|
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Response from Default05252018 | Reviewed this property |
Rooms over there do not have attached toilets. They have common toilets for all.
Trupti T
6 August 2017|
Response from snipe2016 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, they do have. The lunch or dinner they provide is extremely simple with rice + amti & some sweet (if available)