Shirwal is a statistics town in Satara area in the Indian province of Maharashtra. Shirwal lies on the banks of stream Nira. It is a town situated among Satara and Pune. Starting at 2001 India census, Shirwal had a populace of 11,887. Guys establish 52% of the populace and females 48%. Shirwal has a normal proficiency rate of 72%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: Male education is 78%, and female proficiency is 66%. In Shirwal, 13% of the populace is under 6 years old.
Shirwal has an exceptionally old human advancement i.e. from the period of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Shirwal has a little post named SUBHANMANGAL. This little stronghold was situated at Shirwal, around 30 km toward the south of Pune. Purandar is around 20km toward the east from this place. The fortress dividers were not extremely tall and were made of compacted soil and blocks. The passage was likewise not solid enough to safeguard a surge.
By and large, it was only a little station on the Pune-Kolhapur street. From Shirwal transport stand, the principle street going towards the town takes us specifically to the site of this fortification. The remaining parts of this stronghold are stunning - a single bastion can be found in a broken down condition. A little Durgadevi sanctuary close it is most likely the main other structure to have survived the era of absolute disregard. This post is essential from the memorable perspective as the principal open fight between Shivaji's men and Adilshahi was battled here.