NASHIK: In their 148th conservation campaign, Shivkarya Gadkot Conservation Society’s members worked at the Tringalwadi Fort to beautify it and keep the trace of history alive. The two-day campaign, started on 12th December, worked on various structures present at the fort and took care of the plants and trees present at the top.
The team cleared the ruins of two demolished structures and worked on both structures to preserve them for the future generation. In their conservation campaign, the members cleaned the fort by aligning the dispersed stones and placing the historical armory at the respective areas, renovating the damaged walls, and removing the unwanted wild bushes from the fort’s top to beautify the fort and provide a pleasant experience to trekkers/tourists.
The members even cleaned and renovated the soldiers’ huts and wadas located at the fort. Shivkarya Society has been conducting an extensive study of various forts in the district for the past 15 years. This is the 148th campaign of the society and it aims to better the condition of every fort in the district.