Harishchandragad a slope fortress in the Ahmednagar region of India. Its history is connected with that of Malshej Ghat, kothale town and it has assumed a noteworthy part in guarding and controlling the encompassing region.The stronghold is very antiquated. Remainders of Microlithic man have been found here. The different Puranas antiquated sacred writings like Matsyapurana, Agnipurana and Skandapurana incorporate numerous references about Harishchandragad. Its cause is said to have been in the sixth century, amid the run of Kalachuri tradition. The stronghold was worked amid this period. The different surrenders most likely have been cut out in the eleventh century. In these hollows are icons of Lord Vishnu. In spite of the fact that the bluffs are named Taramati and Rohidas, they are not identified with Ayodhya. Extraordinary sage Changdev used to contemplate here in the fourteenth century. The holes are from a similar period. The different developments on the post and those current the encompassing district point to the presence of assorted societies here.