Arki Fort is situated in Arki, India, a town in Himachal Pradesh . The Arki royal residence was worked between 1695 - 1700 by Rana Prithvi Singh, a descendent of Rana Sabha Chand. The Fort was caught by the Gurkhas in 1806. Rana Jagat Singh, the leader of Baghal needed to take asylum in Nalagarh. Amid this period from 1806 - 1815, the Gurkha General Amar Singh Thapa utilized Arki as his fortification to make additionally progresses into Himachal Pradesh to the extent Kangra. Arki was the capital of the august slope territory of Baghal, which was established by Rana Ajai Dev, a Panwar Rajput.
The fort offers both the verifiable legends and masterful manifestations to the voyagers. It is based on the slope, in porches. Rana Shiv Sharan Singh set out the establishment of the popular Diwankhana of the Arki Fort Palace in the year 1830. It displays a combination of Rajput and Mughal structural styles and shows substantial impact of Rajasthan. The excellent wall paintings and frescoes done in the 'Pahari School' of smaller than expected depictions were later included by Raja Kishen Chand in 1850. These frescoes are said to be the most exact record of the contemporary way of life in the close-by slopes of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. They can comprehensively be named beautiful botanical plans, canvases that present unadulterated dreams straight from the craftsman's psyches and works of art propelled by the grand excellence of the slopes.