The Kangra Fort is found twenty kilometers from the city of Dharamsala on the outskirts of the city of Kangra, India.The Kangra Fort was engineered by the royal Hindoo family of Kangra State (the Katoch dynasty), that traces its origins to the traditional Trigarta Kingdom, mentioned within the religious text epic. it's the biggest fort within the chain of mountains and possibly the oldest dated fort in Asian country. The fort of Kangra resisted Akbar's blockade in 1615. However, Akbar's son Jehangir with success subdued the fort in 1620. Kangra was at the time dominated by Raja Hari Chand Katoch of Kangra (also called Raja Hari Chand II) Mughal Emperor Jahangir with the assistance of Suraj Mal garrisoned together with his troops. The Katoch Kings repeatedly pillaged Mughal controlled regions, weakening the Mughal management, aiding within the decline of Mughal power, Raja Sansar Chand I succeeded in convalescent the traditional fort of his ancestors, in 1789. maharajah Sansar Chand fought multiple battles with Gurkhas on one aspect and Sikh King maharajah Ranjit Singh on the opposite. Sansar Chand wont to keep his neighboring Kings captive, and this LED to conspiracies against him. throughout a battle between the Sikhs and Katochs, the gates of the fort had been unbroken open for provides.