Lohagad Fort ruins (Marathi: लोहगड, iron fort) is one of the many hill forts of the Maharashtra state in the Pune district of India and rises to an elevation of 3,389 ft above sea level. Lohagad has a long history with several dynasties occupying it at different periods of time, including Shivaji Bhonsle, an Indian warrior king, who captured the fort in 1670 and used it for storing his treasury.
India. Kumbhalgarh – The Great Wall of India Long overshadowed by its lengthier neighbor to the east, this is the second largest continuous wall on the planet. Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside its own region.