Sajjangad, meaning Fort of Good People, is located near the city of Satara, India. It is the final resting place of Sant Ramdas in 17th century India (born 1608). His teachings and works written in books such as Dasbodh are read and followed by many people even today in the state of Maharashtra and Sajjangad is a popular place of pilgrimage.
The fort was made by Brahamani Emperors in between (1347-1527). After that in (1527-1686) it came under Adilshah dynasty. Mughal king defeated Adilshah and the fort came under Mughal rule.This fort was captured by King Shivaji on 2 April 1763 from Adilshah. Previously known as Parali, it was renamed to Sajjangad. Fateullahakhan’s army encircled the fort on 21 April 1700 and finally captured it on 6June1700. thus after it became the part of Moghul empire, it was renamed as “Navrastara”. This fort was won by Marathas in the year 1709.Later this fort was captured by British in 1818.
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