Shaniwar Wada Fort located near on Baji Rao Road near Abhivnav Kala Mandir in Pune. This fort is one of the most horrible places in India. Shaniwarwada is an 18th-century fort in Pune Maharashtra, India. Constructed in 1732, it was the place of the Peshwa rulers of the Maratha kingdom until 1818, More than Rs. 16,110 were expended in contraction of this fort.
It was named Shaniwarwada from the Marathi words Shaniwar (Saturday) and Wada (a general term for any residence).On the every moon night this fort in India turns into a horrible place. Where local people frequently hear a horror sound coming “KAKA MALA VACHWA” (uncle save me) from the fort in the every moon night. The place where the spirit till now and final words of his past mortal life.
History behind Shaniwarwada Haunted
At the back of Fort’s unnatural activities there is the story of the murder, greediness for power and fraud. Peshwa Nanashaheb had three sons Vishwasrao, Narayanrao, Madhavrao. After the death of Nanashaheb in the third Panipath war Madhavrao become as Peshwa. During the third Panipath battle Vishwasrao died. After the death of Vishwasrao his brother Madhavrao also died. At that time Narayanrao was only 16 years old. He became a Peshwa in very small age. Because of his age his uncle Raghunathrao was taken charge of the state on behalf of his young nephew.
Shaniwarwada fort Haunted
Sumner Singh Gardi sent a group of killers who come into the room of where sleeping Narayanrao at night without any securities. Narayanrao gets up and understood that he was going to be murdered. He was run from Raghunathrao’s chamber and shouting “Uncle save me”. Although he was caught by killers and cruelly killed by them. Cut into parts and then pull down in the river.
The Ghost of the young Peshwa Narayanrao still now exists in there with his painful soreness. Every moon night he cries and shouting for saving him.
Entry fees of Shaniwar Wada Fort
Rs. 5 Each Person and Rs. 25 Each Person for Light and Sound.
8:00 AM to 6:30 PM for
Light and Sound Fee in Shaniwar Wada
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM