Arranged on the edges of the town of Kangra, in the province of Himachal Pradesh, the Kangra Fort is observer to a large number of years of glory, intrusion, war, riches and advancement. This compelling fortification follows its roots to the antiquated Trigarta Kingdom, which is specified in the Mahabharata epic.
It is the biggest stronghold in the Himalayas and presumably the most established dated fortress in India. The fort was built by the founder of Katoch Dynasty, Bhuma Chand and is also known by other names, Nagarkot and Kot Kangra. Possessing the lower valley of the Beas and its tributaries, it was one of the main slope stations of Punjab and Himachal prior.