Chandwad Fort is found 10 km from Chandwad, Nashik locale, of Maharashtra. Chandwad stronghold was situated to ignore the exchange course from Khandesh to Nashik. It watched the Chandor go in the adjacent slopes. It was worked about A.D. 801 by Dridhaprahara, the author of the Seuna Yadava administration. Ruler Bhoj built up 52 sanctuaries in the adjacent area. His girl, Chandrakala, was hitched to King Vikram at this fort. The fortification was under the control of the Bahmani Sultanate in fourteenth century. In 1635 the Moghul armed force took Chandor post alongside Indrai fortress. In 1665 Chanwad fortification was taken by the Maratha Empire.
It was later caught by the Moghul ruler, Aurangzeb. Somewhere in the range of 1754 and 1756, Malharrao Holkar initiated skilled worker to settle in the town by gifting some land. Chandwad at that point wound up popular for its metal work. On 10 April 1818, after the surrender of Ankai and Tankai strongholds, the British powers caught Chanwad fortress under the separation headed by Lieutenant-Colonel McDowell. After the opening in 1861 of the G.I.P. Railroad warehouse at Manmad, the greater part of exchange line activity was redirected far from Chandwad. You can come and explore this place.