Kangra Fort, situated on the outskirts of Kangra town, is a fort built by the Rajput group of Kangra as a feature of the Katoch Dynasty. The developers of this fortification follow their history back to the Mahabharata making this post the most established recorded stronghold in India. It's likewise the biggest fortification in the Himalayas. The stronghold is notable for its significance in medieval Indian history as it was a much looked for after fortification by the Mughals and prevailing with regards to opposing a considerable measure of Mughal attacks. The external mass of the stronghold has a boundary of 4 kms and the internal chambers have a considerable measure of ancient rarities from different periods, most outstandingly the Mughal and British possessed India times. There are sanctuaries and imperial chambers inside that make for an extremely fun and exciting visit.
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