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Sajjangad Fort in Satara – final resting place of Sant Samarth Ramdas

Sajjangad Fort is known to offer solace and peace of mind. It is located near the city of Satara in the state of Maharashtra.

It is known to be the final resting place of Sant Samarth Ramdas – a Hindu saint, philosopher, poet, writer and spiritual master. He was a devotee of the Hindu deities Rama and Hanuman.

His teachings and works written in books such as Dasbodh are read and followed by many people even today in the state of Maharashtra.

At Sajjangad Killa, the murtis of Sri Rama on the top and the Samadhi of Ramdas Swami in the basement offer a soothing and calming effect on the devotees. Sajjangad is a popular place of pilgrimage.

To reach the fort, you can drive to the top or either climb 185 steps to the entrance. The Sajjangad Fort is accessible through public transport like buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws. The fort is also accessible by a two-wheeler as well as four wheeler private vehicles.

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread originally tweeted by Maharashtra Tourism (@maha_tourism) on December 2, 2022.

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