Most of the fort is in ruins and a silhouette of its true magnificence and majestic beauty. What remains of the fort now are its massive entrance gate surrounded by the moat, still intact and the earthen mound of the nine-storied palatial mansion which formed the foundation stone of this architectural marvel. No mission can be successful without seeking blessings from the reigning deity, so the Katak Chandi temple which was installed and established by the founders of the fort still stands today occupying a small corner a few paces away from the fort.
However, what is noteworthy is the Government's attention to the restoration of such priceless national heritage, and dedicated efforts that are being invested towards the same direction. The visionary projection of the old historical city into a world class tourist destination with boating facilities and a world class park can be observed in progress as the renovation of Gadakhai proceeds rapidly. It is indeed praiseworthy that the state government is taking initiatives to bring such objects of international interest to global limelight and attention.