This is the entrance.
A view if you look up.
Another view of the exterior of the Purandare wada.
A glimpse of the inside. One side (right of the picture) has been destroyed, but the left side is standing. It is possible to climb up through narrow steps into the various rooms. The temple can be seen in the background and the town of Saswad too. Photographs of the interior rooms and carvings will be published on this website soon. Although it is in ruins inside, the beauty of it is still visible, with the wooden frescoes and carvings in the numerous rooms.
You might also like to see photos of the Inside the Sardar Purandare Wada at Saswad which has some long shots of the inside, or Interiors of the Sardar Purandare Wada at Saswad which has more pictures of the rooms, stairwell and so on.
Or check out photos of ancient doors (including a close-up of one from the Purandare wada of Saswad:
Ancient Doors in India or more ancient culture from Maharashtra: Vishram Bag Wada Pune - Photos or
Ancient Narsimha Temple in Pune
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