Overview of Kankrala Fort
The history surrounding the Kankrala Fort is very little. In 1818, the fort was captured by the British Empire under Colonel Wallace but after the Indian Independence, the fort came under the administration of the Government of India.
Built from stones, the Kankrala Fort is in ruins and the entrance to the fort is in a dilapidated condition. Atop the fort and in the rocks near the gate, there are numerous rock cut water cisterns. There are few caves near the entrance and the water near the gate is potable. There are no structures on the fort other than few ruins.
Visiting Information on Kankrala Fort
The village of Karanjgavhan is close to the Kankrala village and by roadways is about 5 km away. There are no proper steps or pathways leading up to the Kankrala Fort top.
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