Many of the important archaeological sites in South India stands in ruins which need utmost attention for its presentation. Betul fort is one of a such ancient fort built in 17 th century in the Sal river just when the river falls into the Arabian sea. When we reach the fort we get various significant points on the location. First is the Sal river that flows into the nearby village, Betul lighthouse which is located on the other side of the hill and third is the numerous fishing boats that we see on the other side of the estuary parked on the banks of the Betul beach. The pathway leading to the top of the fort is mostly covered with shrubs and grasses but when I reached at the top of the fort the panoramic views that I was able to capture of the sale river was significant in terms of why the fort was built. The canon of the fort had a relevant target view as it faced directly to the estuary and due to the wide-angle unobstructed view, this fort was of utmost importance for the Maratha rulers to guard any progression from the enemy soldiers. The fort is located in a small village which is located 1 hour from Madgaon and can easily be reached by car, as bus services are not frequent. In front of the fort, local people can be seen with fishing rods and nets trying to capture the fish and sell in the local market. Numerous hotels and resorts have come up in this village owing to the natural scenery of the Sal River and its estuary which has led to a significant income for the locals. Besides that rice plantation and fishing is the main source of income for the villagers.
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