Fort RamsejRamsej or Ram's Bedstead, in Dindori, about seven miles south of Dindori, and about seven miles north of Nasik, is about 3273 feet above sea level. It was built to keep watch on the Sawal Pass. There are two gateways, one within the other. Ram Temple, several rock cut water cisterns with ample of water, remains of houses, Chor Darwaja, fortification wall, a temple, 2 ammunition chambers build of stones etc. are the things to see on the top. From the top of the fort, one can see Bhorgad at the north-west side, Tryambak range at south and Satmala range at north. Though small in size, Ramsej has an amazing history. In 1682, Mughals tried a lot to capture the fort but failed. Marathas fought very bravely for 6 years and finally the Mughals captured the fort on 1687. Marathas captured it again in 1707. During the Maratha war of 1818, Ramsej was one of the seventeen strongholds which surrendered to the English on the fall of Trimbak.
Pandav LeniThese historical caves created B.C.100 to 110 are located on a tableland on the Trivashmi Hill. Together, there are 29 caves & may be training center for Buddha worshipers. Icons of Bhagwan Gautam Buddha & Bodhisatva are wonderful crafted .During Jain regime B.C. 1000 to 1100 these were home to Jain saints. Inside the caves one can see idols of Buddha, Bodhisatva, Jain Tirthankar Vrishabhdeo, Veer Kapibhadra and Ambikadevi. The cave complex contains large caves which were the meeting places of the disciples, where sermons were preached. The caves were well designed with several water tanks chiseled into the rock.
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