Fort Jagmanpur was built in the year 1593 by Raja Jagman Shah near the banks of the Yamuna River. Sant Tulsidas laid the foundation stone of the fort and gave his blessings and presented a Rudraksh, Dahinaverti Shunkh, a sacred conch and a Laxmi Narayan Bati. These are still preserved in the temple inside the fort and are still worshipped by devotees. Even today a function is held by the Raja on the auspicious day, in which people from nearby areas participate with much fervour. The festival occurs during the month of October and the people flock to worship the God of Sengar Rajputs.
Although Fort Jagmanpur was built in 1593 A.D., still it was extended and developed with the passage of time. The fort is spread over 7 acres of which the moat occupies 3 acres approximately. There are 25 rooms that are still functional. The fort has been preserved well and only a small portion has been damaged. Raja of Jagammanpur, Rajendra Shah, presently owns the property and still resides in it.
The region has developed as a popular tourist destination. Other places of interest include Pachnad, which is a convergence of 5 Rivers, Shiv Mandiron Yamuna River, Haveli & Surahi temple, remnants of old fort in Kanai Kheda, Rampura Fort, Mela in Bisrat Ghat etc. there is also a Crocodile Sanctuary near Chambal River. Other than that Horse and Camel Rides, Boating and Picnic facilities are also available in the area.
Fort Jagmanpur is being considered to be developed as a heritage hotel in the near future, in order to properly maintain the property in future.