Bajrang Garh Fort Guna

Bajrang Garh Fort Guna

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Bajrang Garh Fort 

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10:00 AM to 06:00 PM

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Historical Monuments Places

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Yaduvanshi king Jai Narayan

Bajrang Garh Fort Guna: History

Bajrangarh fort was Constructed by the Yaduvanshi king Jai Narayan of (Nandvanshi) sub-caste in Ahirs 1400 AD. This Monument fort is located on the road of Guna Aron. Bajrangarh Fort is also famous as Jharkon Fort. Bajrang Garh fort is a history citadel located in Guna. The fort which today stands in a depilated state was once a burstling garrison.

Bajrang Garh Fort Guna: Inside Complex and Structure

The Bajrangarh Fort lies at an altitude of around 92.3 metres. It spreads over 72 bighas of land on a high hill and is in ruins. The Bajrangarh fort has been a symbol Yadav rulers of Yaduvanshi Gagron state. There are four gates in the Bajrang Garh fort. Four imposing gate namely Guna Darwaja, Gadha Darwaja, Raghavgarh Darwaja and Mahalghat Darwaja once add to the beauty of this majestic fort. The complex of the Bajrang Garh Fort encompasses Moti Mahal, Rang Mahal, Ram Mandir and Bajrang Mandir. These mahals and mandirs remain intact inside the complex of Bajrangarh Fort. There is also a gunnery situated in the complex of the Bajrang Garh Fort. Inside the fort, there is a large step well very close to the gunnery. The main utility of the well was to store water used during any seize or other critical situations. An old temple is present inside the fort which is frequented by the local residents on a regular basis. The Bajrangarh Fort being in a ruined state still amazes the visitors with its stunning look.

There is a big step well inside the complex that was used for storing drinking water for the horses. The fort also has an ancient temple which is frequented by local inhabitants. It is believed to have been constructed by the Maratha rulers in 1775.

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