(Last Updated on : 23/07/2019)
Located in a village
by the same name in the state
of Himachal Pradesh
, the Kamlah Fort was constructed in 1625 by Raja Suraj Sen of Mandi
. Standing tall at an elevation of 4,772 ft on the jagged ranges of the Sikander Dhar, the Kamlah Fort once had the reputation of being the most secure repository of the reputed 360 forts of the Mandi state.
For quite some time, the fort
remained invincible due to its strong fortifications but the attack by Maharaja Ranjit Singh
in 1830 destroyed the fort and within a decade by 1840, it was in ruins. Eventually, the Kamlah Fort was retaken by the Mandi kings, who reconstructed it.
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