Udgir Fort in the Udgir city in Latur locale, Maharashtra of India is a fortification inherent pre-Bahamani age, dating from the twelfth century CE. It is likewise acclaimed for the memorable fight in which Marathas, driven by Sadashivrao Bhau, crushed Nizam, and after which the bargain of Udgir was agreed upon. There are numerous old military perception focuses, and rest houses scattered over the encompassing slopes, all worked from an unordinary white mud. Be that as it may, throughout the entire have since fallen into destroy.
Udgir Fort may likewise have a profound underground passage associating it with Bhalki and Bider strongholds. The fort is limited by a 40 feet trench, and contains a few royal residences, and the Samadhi of Udaygir Maharaj, which is 60 feet under the ordinary ground level. It was named after the Hindu Saint Udaygiri Rishi. It has some uncommon engravings written in Arabic and Persian which vouch for the advancement of learning and culture by the nearby Muslim leaders throughout the hundreds of years.