The Sitabuldi fort is located on hill which is situated right in the middle of the town of Nagpur, in central India, Maharashtra. This fort was the site where the battle of Battle of Sitabuldi was fought in the year 1817. The fort was originally built by Appa Sahib or Mudhoji II Bhonsle of the Kingdom of Nagpur, right before the battle with the British East India Company was fought, during the period of the third Anglo-Maratha War.
The fort is now the home of the Indian Army's 118th infantry battalion. In the present times, the fort has been solely occupied by the Indian Army and cannot be accessed.
The region surrounding the hill is referred to as Sitabuldi and is considered to be an integral commercial base for the city of Nagpur. Towards the south of the hillock is the railway station of Nagpur and towards the backside of the hill is a temple to which is dedicated to Ganesha, known as Tekdi Ganapati. This temple is considered to have been constructed by Bhonsle kings of Nagpur Kingdom.