The fort is noteworthy among medieval age monuments. A ‘Bandh’ was built in the Scindia period behind the fort. Sabalgarh's establishment was laid by a Gujar named Sabla. The post was built on a bluff by Gopal Singh, the Raja of Karoli. Sikandar Lodhi sent an armed force to control this stronghold. The Marathas, in their battle through northern India, retook the post and returned control to the Raja of Karoli. In 1795 A.D., it was again taken from the Raja by Khande Rao, whose house remains there.
Master Vallejali Daulat Rao Scindia 1764– 1837 lived in this fortress amid his administration. The stronghold was seized by the English in 1804. The region encompassing the post was added to the kingdom of Scindia in 1809. Sabalgarh had a place with the Raja of Karaoli, a unimportant state in Rajasthan and now a Tehsil, having a stronghold and a pool. In August, 1795, Maratha powers under Lakhwa Dada assaulted Sabalgarh.
After a headstrong battle, they decrease the solid fortress of Sabalgarh to accommodation and they assaulted Bijaipur and it was likewise caught and put accountable for Ambaji Ingale. In 1806, Daulat Rao Sindhia detained Ambaji and requested Sabalgarh, from him yet he won't, however later on he surrendered a couple of spots in the domain to the Raja of Karaoli. The Raja in this way came into the ownership of Sabalgarh. Be that as it may, these spots were again reclaimed by Scindia's powers and fused in his domains.