It all started in 1810. Gurkha leader Ranjor Singh Thapa ransacked the Nahan Fort, successfully defeating the British and Sirmaur joint army. As the war ended, the Nahan Fort stood testament to the war that occurred around it. And the Jaitak Fort was born from its destroyed remnants. Since then, the Fort stood witness to the numerous other wars and deaths that took place in the 19th century.
One of the prominent aspects of the Jaitak Fort is its soaring altitude. Being perched at such a high altitude, the Fort provides an exquisite birds-eye view of the surrounding scenery. When you drive up to the Jaitak Fort, you cannot help but be mesmerized by the scenic views that you experience throughout the journey.
You can also choose to walk the entire journey and you’ll still experience the samelevels of contentment. For the walk allows you to leisurely enjoy these views to your heart's fullest before you come fact-to-face with the grand fort. However, beauty doesn't end just there. As you enter the fort, you are welcomed with greatly managed interiors divulging age-old stories, filled with elegance and charm. Jaitak Fort is a stunning fort and you can be thrilled to be in the spot and watching & enjoying the beauty of it.