Fort Bassein - Monument of national importance

The Vasai fort is a monument of national importance. Bassein was the Portuguese, northern capital, was ruled by the Silhara dynasty of Konkan. Portuguese Era The Portuguese reached the west coast of India. Mariners exploring the north Konkan Coast discovered the Arab Sultanate. The fort is used for shooting Bollywood film scenes. Accessibility needs to take a Western one Railways train. Vasai had paved streets in unique, Portuguese cities. Neighbourhood was bounded to the south by a string. The illustration depicts the fortification with a regular, pentagonal shape. Mumbai is the largest cotton textile milling center in India, a great port of Western India, has a sizable population of Sindhis.

Monument of national importance, Portuguese, Northern capital

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