One of the few surviving structures on Vishalgad
Inner gate of Teen darwaza of Panhala fort, c. 1894
Lotus motif on Panhala of Raja Bhoj, who built the fort
Peacock motif on Panhala fort of the Adil Shah Sultanis
Statue of Baji Prabhu Deshpande at Panhala
Statue of Shiva Kashid at Panhala fort
Konkan Darwaja - Another entrance to the fort
Plan of the fort
Andhar Bavai - the Hidden Well
Panhala fortifications (tatabandi)
Kalvanticha Mahal (The courtesan's palace)
Amberkhana(the granary)
The plasterwork inside Sajja Kothi
Wagh Darwaza, Panhala
Inner gate of Teen darwaza
Shivaji temple, Panhala fort
Green Valley of Panhala, an view from Jotiba Ghat Road

The Maratha emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had escaped to it after being besieged at Panhala Fort in 1660 and in 1844 it was one of the forts of Kolhapur State that initiated a rebellion against a Brahmin regent called Daji Krishna Pandit who had been installed by the British to govern the state in 1843 at a time when the natural heir to the throne was underage.

- Vishalgad

Panahala fort was built between 1178 and 1209 CE, one of 15 forts (others including Bavda, Bhudargad, Satara, and Vishalgad) built by the Shilahara ruler Bhoja II.

- Panhala Fort
One of the few surviving structures on Vishalgad

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