Ajinkyatara is a fortress on one of the seven mountains encompassing the city of Satara in the Sahayadri Mountains of Maharashtra, India. It is a sixteenth century fortification that was designated "Ajimtara" amid Aurangzeb routine and depended on Aurangzeb child's name, Ajim. Marathi writer Narayan Hari Apte named the stronghold "Ajinkyatara", when he composed his first novel on a similar name, first distributed in 1909.Now it likewise holds the TV tower for the city of Satara. This post has been where a few vital crossroads in Maratha history occurred.
The stronghold is situated at Ajinkyatara Mountain, which is 3,300 feet high. As the fortification is in the higher height, guests can appreciate a glorious perspective of the whole Satara city.
In 1708, Shahu Maharaj won Ajinkyatara, which stayed with the Marathas till 1818. The Ajinkyatara stronghold is a noteworthy memorable place of Maharashtra, and was indispensable as one could keep watch over the whole south Maharashtra.