Sinhagad is a slope post situated at around 25 km southwest of the city of Pune, India. A portion of the data accessible at this stronghold proposes that the post could have been constructed 2000 years prior. The hollows and the carvings in the Kaundinyeshwar temple remain as confirmations for the same. The Sinhagad was deliberately worked to give common insurance because of its exceptionally soak inclines.
The fortress was likewise deliberately situated at the focal point of a string of other Maratha involved posts, for example, Rajgad Fort, Purandar Fort and Torna Fort. The dividers and bastions were built just at key spots. There are two entryways to enter the fortification, the Kalyan Darwaza and Pune Darwaza which are situated at the south east and north-east closures separately.