Gugor Fort Baran is situated on the hill on the banks of the Parvati river near Gugor town in Baran district of Rajasthan. Gugor fort is becoming ruins due to lack of care and handling. The fort, divided into three parts, contains many heroic stories.
There are ancient chhatris, chess platforms, Rani Mahal, Baba’s dargah situated around the fort and ruins are being lost due to lack of care. At the same time, deep water near the palaces on the banks of river Parvati under the fort is known as Ranidah. There is a flare up here. A big waterfall falls during rainy days. Which attracts tourists. According to the legend, after the Mughals attacked the fort, the queens of the kings who were drawn, jumped into the water and did the Jauhar. That is why this place is known as Ranidah.
Chess platform in Gugor fort Baran
King Dhirasingh’s deposits were deposited on the platform on the banks of the river. The king used to sit on the platform and listen to the plea of the subjects and do justice. The platform here is still safe. Mosques and temples are symbols of unity. The Muslims used to offer namaz while the Hindus worshiped the main gate of the fort. Today, the temple does not have statues of Bhagavan, but reflects Hindu-Muslim unity.
Pir Baba’s Dargah in Gugor fort
Behind the fort is the shrine of Pir Baba, hundreds of years old. Where people of all religions offer a mala-baati by offering a sheet upon completion of their vow. There is a crowd of people from every place here.
Chhabra Ancient chhatris located in the Gugor Fort near the town.