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Know the historical fort of Nurpur city in Kangra District. Right from the past in the century, you will be mesmerized by the aesthetics of the architecture. Though it is now considered as one of the important ruins of India, you cannot take your eyes off this beauty that also tells a lot about what’s gone.

Top attractions in Nurpur Fort

Shri Brij Raj Swami Mandir

The mystic atmosphere will give you the hue around you about the mostly unsung love of Meera (a Krishna Devotee) towards Krishna. Also, you will be awestructed as the temple is the only temple in the world where the Lord Krishna and Meera are worshipped.

The Nagni Mata Temple

You get to visit this unique temple where you will notice the water comes below the temple. Also, there are many mystic faith followed by people which is attached to this temple.

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Things to do in Nurpur Fort

The architecture

Built in the 16th century, Nurpur Fort has got the resemblance of the era of the 16th century. The historians, photographers, and architects will love to admire the place and come with majestic facts and photographs to preserve.

Best time to visit Nurpur Fort

Enjoy the beautiful hue of Himachal Pradesh in the months of October and November. Also, if you want to visit in summer, you can enjoy the moderate weather to the fullest.

How to reach Nurpur Fort?

The Nurpur Fort is located on the border of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. Thus, it is well-connected to the respective regions. So, if you are hailing from Punjab, it is just 25 kilometers away from Pathankot. Also, this is well-connected with Delhi.

You can plan your trip and create your own route to the city with Adotrip’s technically driven circuit planner. Click here

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