one of the many hill forts in the state of Maharashtra, the Dhodap fort is
situated in the Nashik district, at a height of almost 4700 feet from the
ground level. Within the fort, there is a Jagdamba temple and a Hanuman idol
situated at the top of a tank inside the fort itself.
the top of the fort, there are many caves and one particular cave is considered
to be spacious. In addition to the caves, there are tanks of water and cisterns
at the top of the fort. At the entrance of the fort, there are Persian
inscriptions shaped like a tunnel. Within the fortification, there are some
human settlements that can be found. A distinct quality is imparted to the fort
by the rock wall which is natural in nature and situated at the top of the
fort. The peaks of the mountains Vani and Saptashringi are visible from the top
of the fort.