Korlai Fort

Korlai Fort Sedro, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

Stone that was engraved by the Portuguese can still be spotted in the Korlai Fort.

Korlai Fort Stone, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

Old Portuguese stone with their emblem and a message is placed on the entrance of the Korlai fort.

Korlai Fort Portuguese Stone, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

Another old Portuguese stone at the Korlai Fort.

Korlai Ruins, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

Most of the Korlai fort has been left untouched and that adds to the authenticity of the visit. Unlike a lot of the other old forts that have been fresco-ed out of their history, Korlai fort gives you the feel of old times. You can easily imagine how people fought here and how people lived here.

Korlai Fort India, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

The old guns are still lying around and you will be able to make out that they haven't been moved since they were last fired or after the last intrusion.

Korlai Fort Ruins, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

Old authentic fort of Korlai.

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