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The fort and mosque at Rohinkhed
Rohinkhed is a village in Buldhana district of Maharashtra. It has been of historical importance as a site of two battles, first in 1437 and the second in 1590. There is a fort and a mosque. The mosque was built by Khudawand Khan, the Mahdavi, in 1582. The mosque is denoted by the Archaeological Survey of India as a cultural monument of national importance.
- Central Provinces District Gazetteers Buldana District. 1910. pp. 459–460.
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