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Sagar Fort

Sagar Fort is a historic monument located on the north-western bank of Sagar Lake, in the heart of Sagar, Sagar District. It was built by Udan Shah, a lineal descendant of Nihal Shah, in 1660.

This huge fort comprises 20 round towers (height ranges from 20 to 40 ft), which are connected by quadrangle-shaped walls, 400 yards in length and 150 yards in width. A lamp post stands on the northern crossing (also called Teen Batti) of the fort.

Now, Sagar Fort is the domain of the Madhya Pradesh Police Academy.

Updated on 29th June, 2005
District: Sagar
Location: Sagar    


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