Lingering over a region of six acres, Pandavgad fort is around 10 kilometers far from the small village of Wai. It was erected by King Bhoj II belonging to the Shilhar Dynasty. The fort currently only showcases of what could be known as ruins and remains, but it still basks around the glory of the past. It owns an approximate 18 reservoirs in the castle; except for the Temple of Devi Pandjai nothing has managed to stay intact. On the south east section of the fort, there are a few existing caves. Also the fortress is under a constant enclosure of deciduous vegetation and wild shrubs.
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