Bajrangarh Fort


14.0/5(4 Ratings)

Bajrangarh Fort Overview

Ranked 1 of 4 sightseeing in Guna

Bajrangarh Fort, also known as Jharkon, is situated on the Guna Aron Road around 8 km south-west of Guna city. The fort lies at an altitude of around 92.3 m and is in ruins. It is believed to have been constructed by the Maratha rulers in 1775 and its complex encompasses the Rang Mahal, Moti Mahal and Gunnery.

There is a big step well inside the complex that was used for storing drinking water for the horses. The fort also has an ancient temple which is frequented by local inhabitants.

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Sunrise
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2 reviews

Nice religious place on top of hill

Nice religious place on the top of hill. It's a Hanuman Temple in natural greenery. We can go by steps as well as by own vehicle also. We can enjoy natural beauty from top. Some shops of "prasad, full mala" and drinking water is available on top of hill. Other temples are also there.



2 reviews

A small fort near to Guna

Bajrangarh fort is situated on the top of a hill nearby Guna city. An ancient temple of Lord Hanuman is on the top of Fort. You can see an overview of surroundings from this temple.

Bilal Hussain

Bilal Hussain4.3/5

4 reviews

Come here with friends or loved ones

I think this is the best place for making full use of your holiday. So when I need a holiday to relax and unwind, I always prefer to come here. Try to come here with your friends or loved ones.