Melghat Gawilgarh Fort
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- Gawilghur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Empire north of the Deccan Plateau, in the vicinity of Melghat Tiger Reserve, Earlier the fort was likely just made of mud as were several such areas in the of the Berar dynasty built Gawilgarh when he was encamped at Ellichpur in 1425.
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- Melghat Tiger Reserve
- You are here: Home Destinations Maharashtra Melghat Tiger Reserve Two historic forts called Narnala and Gawilgarh guard the main east-west ridge.
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