Gagron fort history
On the confluence of Kali Sindh and Ahu river between South Rajasthan and Malwa, this Gagaron fort was built by Dod Raj King Bhijaldev, later on, this fort, Khichi Rajputs ruled. The Gargon fort is surrounded by river, trench and hills all around. This fort stands on the ground without any foundation,in this are three parquota in the fort, whereas the other fort in Rajasthan has two per quota only. Two entrances in the Gagaron fort is open to on a hill and second open on the side of the river.
Gargon fort is the only fort in India whose foundation is not found.
On June 21, 2013, five forts of Rajasthan were declared the UNESCO World Heritage Site, of which Gagaran Fort was also one.
Gagron fort Jhalawar Rajasthan
The defeat was certain, therefore, better than the death of cowardly Raja Anchal Das attacked the army of attacked Hoshang Shah.
The story of Jauhar is also present in this Gagaron Fort of Jhalawad. After entering the fort, Jauhar Kund comes first, thousands of women have made jawar for the Rajputs’ limit in the common sight. After the defeat of Jauhar king Achaldas Khichi in the fort,
The commander of Bahadur Shah, Rumi Khan, had left his boss before the war and joined Humayun. It is said that when Rumi Khan came to Humayun’s camp, seeing this, the parrot started shouting the traitor-traitor. Rumi Khan was very embarrassed to hear this and Humayun became angry and said that if he was a man in the parrot then I would have cut his tongue.
The symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity is also the fort of Gagaron
Gagaron Fort After Independence
There are many special castles inside the fort.
How to reach Gagron Fort Jhalawar
Gagron Fort in Jhalawar District: 13 KM
Near Railway Station of Gagron Fort:- Jhalwar 10KM
Near Bus Stand of Gagron Fort:- Jhalwar 06KM