Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had seized the fort in 1656, then the fortress of Rairi, from the royal house of the Chandrarrao Mores, a junior or Cadet Dynasty to descended from the ancient Maurya imperial dynasty. The last More king (or raja) was a feudatory of the Sultan of Bijapur. 

Shivaji renovated and expanded the Fortress of Rairi and renamed it Raigad (the King's Fort), the name he gave it when he selected it for his capital when he founded the Maratha empire. Raigad, a hill fortress situated in Raigad District of Maharashtra, It was capital of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's kingdom.

In 1765 the Raigad Fort, along with Malwan in present Sindhudurg District, the southernmost district of Maharashtra, was the target of an armed expedition by the British East India Company, which considered it a piratical stronghold.

In 1818 the fort was bombarded and destroyed by East India Company, using cannons.

The Market place - The Ruins of Market
A Sanskrit depiction.
The temple
It is a myth about King Shivaji's beloved pet dog "Waghya". It is to be said that when he saw Shivaji Maharaja’s body being cremated, he jumped into the burning chitaah of Shivaji Maharaj and end up his journey of life. 

According to many historians, there is no evidence of existence of any pet dog of shivaji in the historical books and the material. If you would like to know more about Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Waghya dog, then go through "Shiv Charitra" the book by historian "Babasaheb Purandare".
The Samadhi - This is the place where Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj took Samadhi
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