Daulatabad Fort

Daulatabad Fort

Daulatabad Fort

How does the visit of Daulatabad fort, which is just 13 km away from Aurangabad city in Maharashtra, becomes truly memorable How can the experience come straight to Devagiri, ie Daulatabad ? Far from Aurangabad leaving Daulatabad or away from the High Minar attracts attention. It is not easy to see the fort from the exterior and the pyramid-shaped hill that is in the middle of the medieval time. The fort is well preserved in the number of handballs in the world, which includes this fort. This fort has been ruled by many kings and its peculiarity is that no fort can be won by the force or by the power of war materials. Each time he was conquered, he was treacherously betrayed. Even today, many stories of powerful kings who ruled this fort are telling them. History tells us that this fort was built by the King Bhaillamraja of Daulatabad, who was the capital of Yadav kings.In 1187, it was named as Devagiri. The history of destroying fifty thousand troops has been written several times over two thousand soldiers.

The architecture of the fort is very unique. Strong Doors, which have not been able to conquer the fort with great power, will not be able to break many levels and elephants of strong and impenetrable fears. Suppose the enemy breaks down the first walls and doors and breaks inside, then a forty-foot trench. Watery Besides, the well-rounded crocodile in the water. The only bridge to come across the dunes was that he was picked up by an enemy. If you do not get time to take the bridge, then the toxic arrows of the soldiers who are hidden in the towers of the fort to welcome soldiers coming from the bridge. If an enemy comes forward from it, then he will come in a frozen narrow passage. This is a narrow formula that can not be reached by two people at one time. It is impossible to find out where it goes. The reason is that there just a buzz around here. So the man will go back to the first place. Even today, this labyrinth is able to easily confuse you. If the enemy is very clever and if he misses the maze, then the path that is spreading to the poison is spread. The darkness in it If you want to see the road, you can see the soldiers in front of the enemy and they will get it. If the marshmall is to be stopped, enemy soldiers will cross by road and kill their soldiers. If the enemy can look forward as far as possible so that the face is visible, then the boiled oil will be there on enemy soldiers. The roads in such a way that it is slippery that you will have to fall back into your ditch. Apart from this, the sulfur will get a toxic fumes. They escaped from it and entered the fort, or prepared a new batch of soldiers to fight against the already fierce enemy soldiers. Now tell me how to win this fort?

That is the curse of the trap was useful to win this fort. In 1294 Alauddin Khilji lifted the fort from Raajaa Roya by raising the same aggression and cheating. He had come and honored the king with honor. History tells that his chief Malikfoor had hanged the kings head and hanging on the gates and peeping alive. Its one kind of panic. As mentioned in the history of Veda Mohammed, Muhammad Tughlakh had insanity to bring his capital from Delhi to Daulatabad. Many women, children and the elderly died in the streets while cutting away such distance. The same Tughlaq has been made of Durgatabad of Devgiri. However, when he realized that the water was not sufficient, he returned to Delhi. After this Bahamani, Mughal and Nizam ruled the fort. It was noteworthy that Malik Ambar, This nephew was a slave of the Nizam, but on his duties he became a minister and later he declared himself king. This history is from the 17th century. He built a city near the fort by the name of Khadki. After this Aurangzeb made this rocky Aurangabad. While going to Devgiri, in the middle of the dog is the height of 30 meters high Chandiminar. The watchtower to watch the enemy They say that they were built after a lot of time.

There is a huge tank inside the fort. If the siege of the enemy could be done, then the vessel was needed for water. Apart from this, there are many guns, five-pockets in it and one can see a Medha Toupe that can hit 12 km. On the hill on the hill is Mahal and Baradari is named after him. This is the 12-door Mahal. For the entertainment of that time, the dancing, the big hall for music concerts and the beautiful scenery surrounding the beautiful scenery makes the palace even more enjoyable. It was a work of hard work, and it was a little hard work. But there is not much that much work to do about this history. Guidance must be taken while going to the fort so that many extraordinary stories about the fort can be enjoyed, and this difficult climbing of the fort seems to be easier. Then, at the time of Daulatabad?

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