It was captured by the Marathas in 1737. On the hill-top are several rock-cut cisterns of great age, and signs of large rough fortifications. On the east at the foot of the bill, flows the Vaitarna. Near the river, also at the foot of the hill, is Lalthan village. The village has a reservoir said to have been built by the Portuguese, which is in a fair state of preservation.
How to Reach
Tandulvadi fort, standing on a (579.120 metres) 1,900 feet high hill at the southern end of the Mahim range, is situated about sixteen kilometres south-east of Mahim and 4.80 kilometres north-east of Safala station on the Western Railway.