Kamru Fort is the tower-like fort of Kamru. The Sangla valley is a breathtaking beauty in itself, with a blaze of saffron trees and cold snowmelt. Here, the Bapsa River flows to meet the churning torrent of the Sutlej River at Karcham.
In the Kamru Fort there is an exotic image of Lord Budha on the Fort's Main Gate and an image of Kamkhya Devi are the unique features of this fort. The image of Kamkhya Devi is supposed to have been brought from Assam, is installed on the third floor of the Kamru Fort. There is also a 15th century shrine of Lord Badrinath, which hosts a light every three years.
Kamru fort is a quiet sentinel, located at a fearsome altitude of 2,600 m above the sea level. This place is at a distance of 57-km from Kalpa and 229-km from Shimla, The capital of Himachal Pradesh. The nature shows off its existence and the splendour of this land. Along its sides rise snow clad mountains, thick forests of deodar trees, and lush green and richly fruited orchards.
Kamru fort seems like being placed over packing of dressed stone that acts like a pedestal for an exalted piece of art. The tower possesses an elegant wooden balcony.
Standing at an altitude of 2600m above sea level, Kamru fort is 229 km from Shimla and 2 km from the beautiful Sangla Valley. Kamru fort is set in a picturesque location and is entered through a series of gates. At the main gate of the Kamru Fort.
Kamru Fort can be visited from April to October. However, temperatures vary with the seasons. The months of May to September have pleasant day's cold nights while April and October have pleasant days to visit the Kamru Fort. Kamru Fort is the authentic place where the tourist can see the perfect blend of Hindu art and the Buddhist art in Himachal Pradesh. This place is now not only an historic place but also the place for the adventure lovers to trek.
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