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Nurpur Fort

Nurpur Fort

Nurpur Fort is an important historical destination and one of the major tourist attractions in pathankot in Punjab, India. The fort was built by Pathania Rajputs around 900 years ago. The fort was constructed by Raja Basu and was originally called Dhameri. After 100 years of the construction of the fort, it came into the hands of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, who renamed it as Nurpur Fort. Lies on the banks of river Jabbar, there is a lord Krishna temple in the Nurpur fort having a black stone idol of the deity. It is said that the idol this given by a Rajasthani King to the King of Nurpur which is placed inside the temple. Apart from that, there are various other interesting aspects that tourists will get to see at the fort. Nurpur Fort travel and tourism offers an amazing way of travelling to this wonderful place.


Extending to it, visitors can also visit to some of the other tourist attractions in pathankot such as Mukteshwar Temple, Ranjit Sagar Dam, Kathgarh Temple, Nurpur Fort, Shahpur Kandi Fort and Nagni Temple. October to April serves to be the best time for traveling to this wonderful place. Also, pathankot is well connce5ted by the other parts of the country via air, rail and road network.


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