At a separation of 37 km from Dharamshala, 44 km from McLeod Ganj and 54 km from Kangra, Kotla Fort is a notable structure at Kotla Town arranged on the Pathankot-Dharamshala street in Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. The fortification stands at a height of 650 m, neglecting the encompassing profound valleys. The fortress was worked by Raja Ram Chand of Guler in the sixteenth century.
It was seized amid the rule of Raja Suraj Mal and his sibling Madho Singh was made the leader of the fortification. The route to the post is secured with thick timberlands of pine. The fortress houses 15 passages and was based on an enormous shake, which takes after the building style of Kangra Fort.
A Bagulamukhi sanctuary is situated at the principle passageway of the post. There is additionally a little sanctuary committed to Lord Ganesh which includes a round rooftop. The sanctuary is decorated with divider artworks on the external dividers. There is a divider highlighting three curves and specialties which is prevalent.