Places Of Interest
Rayreshwar Fort: 25 kms away from Bhor where Chatrapati Shivaji
Maharaj had taken oath and establishing Hindu kingdom.
Rohida Fort : 7 kms from Bhor with a lot of history related to
Chhatrapati and his knights. .
Kawlagarh : A fort 40kms away from bhor restling in beautiful
Varundha ghat a panage connecting Western Maharashtra and Konkan.
Torna fort: 60 kms from Bhor first capital of Chhatrapati.
Layangiri: 16 kms from Bhor mountain caves nexting in beautiful
Purandar /Vaijargarh forts :30 kms from bhor these two forts close
to each other . Chatrapati s son Sambhajirao was born here .Besides
the above there are several walking traits in nearby especially
River Kayaking :-The slow stream of neera river others kayaking
experience ahor an erstwhile royal state and a taluka place just
about than away from have next les amidst natural surroundings .Pune
district enjoys a unique reputation of that of lake district of
Maharashtra .Bhor too has a fair share of water resources .In
addition to a dam built by british in 1928 with a huge reservoir
there are about check dam in the taluka. Neera river originating
from nearby little known Verandh ghat where where beauty rivals .Mahableshwar
in fauna and scenery passes through Bhor.Arlabs ltd. project is
situated on the river banks .
Bhors demography is interesting as much as that of 25,000 plus
students population science ,commerce arts pharmacy engineering
outstrips the local population of 15000 .the chief vocation of the
people is agriculture predominantly rice is grown .
whether : it is almost identifical to pune weather that is pleasant
throughout the year thanks to the altitude of 1900 feet .Rain god
have been very nice to the area so much the rains have not failed
ever once in last 30 years (12000 mm in an average)
Bhor is in the midst of same of the very interesting places of
interest which are natural forts caves and religious ,shrines and
Amboli : A small villages about about 10 kms about boasts of an
ancient temple with 10th century A.D. statues.