The Terekhol Fort was utilized as an army installation for an assault on the Portuguese by Dr. Bernado Peres Da Silva in 1825. He was the principal emissary who was conceived in Goa itself. However his endeavors were pointless and the Portuguese assumed control over the Terekhol Fort once more. The Fort was surrendered once the Portuguese left. This Fort was utilized as a base for opportunity contenders amid the flexibility battle of 1961.
The Fort is encompassed with antiquated trees and there is a commemoration to the flexibility contenders who battled for the freedom of Goa. The remaining parts of the Fort are currently changed over into lodging by the name of Terekhol Fort Heritage. The Fort likewise houses a congregation inside its premises which is known as the St. Anthony church. It is just open to people in general on the devour day. Devour of St. Anthony is held for the most part in the long stretch of May.