In the 14th century, the Bahmani Sultanate built the fort, which the Nizam of Hyderabad eventually took. A moat surrounds the hilltop fort.
The fort sits on a hilltop in the Satpura range. The Mughals, Marathas, and British ruled the fort since its construction in the 10th century.
It is a safe zone in Akola. The sanctuary is near the Narnala Fort and takes up about 12 square kilometres of land.
This lovely manmade lake was built in the 19th century to irrigate nearby farms. Its scenic beauty and tranquilly make it a popular tourist destination.
The sanctuary is about 200 square kilometres big and is home to many different plants and animals. The sanctuary is named after the Katepurna River, which flows through it.
It is a natural cave turned into a Shiva temple. The cave is 100 feet above earth and on the way to Jata Shankar Cave.
The park is about 85 acres. A huge lake, strolling pathways, and beautiful foliage are in the park. Boating, picnics, and jogging are among the park's attractions.
The entrepreneur B.R. Birla and his family erected it in the 1930s, and one of its main features is a white marble Nagara-style temple.
It is one of the oldest and most revered temples in the area, and Hindus visit it as a holy pilgrimage site.