Attur Fort is a historic fort present in Attur in Salem area in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. The stronghold was worked by a Palaiyakkarar chieftain under Madurai Nayaks, called Lakshmana Nayakan amid the seventeenth Century. It was additionally involved by Hyder Ali, Tipu Sultan and British amid different occasions. The stronghold was utilized by the British as an army till 1854, after which the post was not operational. In present day times, the fortification is under the control of the Archeological Department of the Government of Tamil Nadu. A few bits of the stronghold is flimsy, while most different segments are enchorached by ghetto tenants.
The fort involves a zone of 62 sections of land 250,000 m2 The dividers of the stronghold are around 30 ft 9.1 m tall and 15 ft 4.6 m wide. It is decortated by wedge formed cut-stones fitted without mortar. The development material for the dividers are accepted to be quarried from the Kalladithankundru. The stronghold was monitored by the stream in the east and by channels on different sides. Gatt line utilized the substantial chamber inside the fortress as group of onlookers lobby amid their administration. The pool house, utilized for the joy of the regal family, was encouraged from the stream through a water door.