Naldurg is a city and a municipal council in Osmanabad
district in the Indian state of Maharashtra
.It has an average elevation of 566 metres (1856 feet). The town has one main airport, one railway station and ST buses.The Naldurg Fort
is one of the important ground forts in the Marathawada region. It represents a fine example of the medieval architectural style.
Naldurg was formerly a district headquarters is situated about 50 kilometres (31 mi) south-east of Osmanabad. The fort is an interesting place which encloses a knoll of basalt rock which juts out into the valley of the small Bori River. Along the rest of the cliff on three sides ran fortifications. A bastion is firmly built out of basalt and is large enough to carry heavy guns. The entire circumference is about a mile and a half.
Tulja Bhavani, revered deity of Maharashtra, at whose feet Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj received inspiration to establish Hindvi Swaraj, is at Tuljapur
and is in this district in which Shree Sant Goroba was born. Naldurg fort is an architectural marvel and its palace below the water attracts tourists and researchers alike, even after five centuries. The Osmanabad goat is a tough breed, always in demand by farmers across the country. Umarga and Sastoor were uprooted in the massive earthquake of 1993.They have risen again from the ruins, just like the Phoenix, highlighting the courage of the people of the district.