- How to Reach:
- The best way is to approach from Beed. Its on Tuljapur-Beed highway. Bust since I was approaching from Nanded, I chose Parli Vaijnath- Ambajogai-Dharur road. Theres a left turn while going towards beed. One or two more turns will take you to outskirts of the village where the depleted structure can be easily identified.
My Meter reading from Pune: 840 Kms
- Nanded-Loha-Kandhar-Parli Vaijnath- Ambajogai-Dharur
- Dharur Fort is built on plain on Palghat hills and natural protection by valleys around three sides and a trench built to protect from the front. Unless you enter it the valleys are not seen and it appears as complete land fort.Dharur is referred in the donation given by rashtrakuta king, Govina III as Dharur. Before Aurangzed captured, it changed many hands including kingdoms of Bijapur, Bidar and Ahmednagar. The village was called Abad during times of Aurangzeb.