The Gagron Fort is surrounded by water on three sides and a dense forest on the fourth side. The fort is built at the confluence of the two small rivers of the Jhalawar region namely the Ahu River and the Kali Sindh River on the Mukundarrah Hill range. The natural protection of this land prompted the kings of Jhalawar, the Khinchis to construct the fort. The building started in the 7th century AD and was completed in the 14th century CE. The fort faced various invasions from the sultans before the dominant acquisition of the Jaitsi Rajput. However the first leader renounced the regality to attain nirvana. The fortress is the home temple of Saint Pipa. The magnificent Gagron fort is also a symbol of bravery and sacrifice as the Johar ritual was quite recurrent inside this fort. This symbolic Jhalawar fort is visited by every travel enthusiasts on their arrival in Rajasthan.