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The Manjarabad Fort is a huge structure that comprises of the ruins of the fort. It is very disappointing to see that people have scribbled all over the walls of the fort and that the management is not top notch. However, the view from the...More
This is a very beautiful calm place in Sakleshpur . A must visit one. Pre monsoon season will be the best time to visit here . Foggy roads, beautiful view . Romantic place.
The shape of the Fort is what attracts everyone . Can spend...More
As the name suggests,this fort is always covered by fog. Its a peaceful place with very less crowd. Tourism department should start with some sort of facility to provide the tourists with an areial view if the fort which is supposedly even better than the...More
Sakleshpur is mostly enjoyed for trekking and greenery, but if you are keen to check something else, then this is one such place. Fort is on a elevated terrain, can be reached by way of steps (around 210). Literally there is nothing in this fort...More
This place is located very close to the Bangalore Mangalore highway. However, without Google maps one can easily miss it as only a small board is there.
The fort has been neglected by the government and all sorts of vandalism takes place. View from the...More
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Just travelled yesterday.. Shiradi stretch after the concrete road is really bad. As you might be aware, 23 km is concretized. There is talk of making next lot of 23 km and work is expected to commence in 1st week of... More
Just travelled yesterday.. Shiradi stretch after the concrete road is really bad. As you might be aware, 23 km is concretized. There is talk of making next lot of 23 km and work is expected to commence in 1st week of January 2017. As of now, that 23 km is really really bad.. like a cattle field in many places. I think in view of the expected concretization, authorities are leaving the roads unattended.