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TaKmok Tok

Sahyadri Hills, Konkan Region, Raigad, India
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A historical connection

Takmak Tok is a point in Raigad fort from where, those who found guilty for breaking rule of... read more

Reviewed April 4, 2017
govinds659
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Mumbai, India
Takmok tok a true symbol of Shivajis verdict

Raigad fort was the capital of Shivajis empire. Takmok tok is a place from where Shivaji maharaj... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2016
prashant832
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Navi Mumbai, India
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Apr 4, 2017
“A historical connection”
Jun 5, 2016
“Takmok tok a true symbol of Shivajis verdict”
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Sahyadri Hills, Konkan Region, Raigad, India
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Reviewed April 4, 2017

Takmak Tok is a point in Raigad fort from where, those who found guilty for breaking rule of Shivaji Maharaj were thrown from there to die in the valley. The location is beautiful specially during rainy season and winter. You need to be careful to...More

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Reviewed June 5, 2016

Raigad fort was the capital of Shivajis empire. Takmok tok is a place from where Shivaji maharaj used to punish a person who has done big crime.

Thank prashant832
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Reviewed January 4, 2016

Tak Mak Tok or Tak Mak point is basically a cliff on top of the Raigad Fort. Back in the days people were thrown off the cliff as punishment. To get there you obviously have to climb the Raigad Fort or you can take the...More

Thank NiveditaShethDesai
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Reviewed November 13, 2015

I visited the Raigad Fort on 6th Nov 2015. I wanted to trek the mountain so i started early at 7.30AM You can reach the top of the fort by two routes , one way u can trek all the way up, another way is...More

Thank Vimal420
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Reviewed September 12, 2015

This point is in Raigad fort area. If you have taken the burden of visiting raigad fort, then do not miss this point. Awesome view from this point.

Thank Debasis1409
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Reviewed September 15, 2014

Tak mak Tok is point on Raigad fort. To reach to the point, cross Bazarpeth from Raigad and then take left side path or tak mak tok point. Another way to reach is left side route just before Bazarpeth. This location was used for punishment/...More

4  Thank priteshkulkarni
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Reviewed August 23, 2014

Excellent in the rains. Walk in the mist, carry a windcheater. Takes you back to history. Don't miss: buttermilk from the locals. Inspite of written instructions in bold, fort was littered with plastic bottles, aluminium wrappers.

2  Thank Seema S
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Reviewed February 11, 2014

The location is so nice one can have scenic view and surrounding felling as if you are embracing mother nature. This place during Shivji's period used to be the place of punishment/ death sentence as it is a very stiff cliff

2  Thank JayantSathe
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