Total Trek Cost
Duration One Day
Cost M: Rs. 600/-*
  NM: Rs. 700/-*
*Cost per person
Trek Date 15 August,2017
Time 6.30 - 7.00 Am
Meeting Point Panvel Station
Cost Includes*
Panvell - Penvel Travel by Tumtum
Tea and Breakfast and evening refreshment
Cost Excludes*
Personal Expenses
Any kind of Insurance
Small Info Prabalgad

This fort was built to keep an eye on the ancient ports of Panvel and Kalyan situated in North Konkan. From the study of the caves in this fort it is estimated that it belongs to the time of Buddha. The Shilahar and Yadav dynasties made it an army camp because of the strong man-made caves engraved in this fort and named it ‘Muranjan’. It was built at the time of the Bahamani Empire. Afterwards it came under the Nizam Shahi dynasty of Ahmednagar. When the Nizam Shahi dynasty was on the verge of collapse, Shahaji Raje came to their support, but the Mughal emperor Shahajehan and Adil Shah of Bijapur both sent their army separately to defeat Shahaji. When Shahaji came to know this, he moved his army to fort Kondhana and fort Murumbdev. He then requested help against the Mughal and Adilshahi forces from Siddhis of Janjira, but was refused. So Shahaji tried to get help from the Portuguese in the city of Chaul, but failed again. Finally Shahaji, with his wife Jijabai and son young Shivaji moved on Muranjan fort along with army. Later in 1636 Shivaji left Muranjan fort. In the same year 1636 the Agreement of Mahuli was made according to which the North Konkan went under the Mughal Empire who granted authority to Adilshaha of Vijapur to rule the area in return for tribute. Shivaji grabbed this opportunity. He defeated More of Javli and captured the Javli area. At the same time a brave Sardar of Shivaji, Abaji Mahadev won the area of Kalyan, Bhiwandi and Rayri. That time fort Muranjan came under swarajya of Shivaji. Shivaji changed the name of this fort from “Muranjan" to "Prabalgad" (Prabal means "strong"). Later on, in 1665, according to Treaty of Purandar, Prabalgad was one of the twenty-three forts which were handed over to the Mughal empire. The Mughal Sardar Jaysingh placed a Rajput named Kesarsingh Hada in charge of the fort Prabalgad. In 1658, the Marathas under Shivaji re-took the fort once again. The Mughal Sardar Kesar Singh committed suicide realising that defeat was imminent. The Rajput ladies in the fort commited Jauhar (self-immolation) to escape dishonour. The mother and son of Kesar Singh who had hidden themselves in the fort were granted freedom by the order of Shivaji. In the investigation of the fort great amount of wealth was

Time to Visit
Throughout the year from January - December you can visit
July - April Best season
Level : Medium   Height : 2320 feet MSL (Approx)   Type : Hill Fort
How to Reach : The route from Panvel station to Thakurwadi village 17km

Panvel : From Panvel ST Stand u take bus/ TumTum Thakurwadi village wer ur trek start bus frequency is less

Panvel: From panvel - Sedung - Thakurwadi village

Things to Do/Carry
Water Bottle at list 1-3 liter
Camera (Optional), Cell Phone must
Some ready to eat food. Cakes, Biscuits etc
Medicine those if u require usually
Extra Pair of clothes and towel
Good trekking shoes or Canvas shoes
Rain cheater for those who don’t want to wet
Advise to wear Track pant and T-shirt
Things to avoid
Wearing Gold and other ornaments
Chapels and sandals
Alcohol / Cigarette
Plastic Bag (if need protection from water)
Wearing Shorts, thin and tight cloths
Hand Bags
Overload bag and things
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