In spite of all its defenses, the Kamlah fort ultimately fell prey to an attack by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1830. This victory, however, was short-lived. For the Mandi kings retook the fort and restored it to its former glory. Moreover, it was named after a widely-acclaimed saint known as Kamlah Baba.
Today, the fort is a haven for trekkers. Located at an altitude of 4772 ft., the fort enables visitors to trek through an adventurous route before they witness the grandeur of the fort. Moreover, its location on the jagged ranges of the Sikandar Dhar provides breathtaking sights that are sure to mesmerize you till the very end.
Upon reaching Kamlah Fort, you’re sure to be in for a surprise. For this fort isn’t the only one that will be waiting for you. Kamalgarh consists of a total of five forts, excluding Kamlah, namely Chawki, Chabara, Padampur, Shamsherpur, and Narshinghpur. All these forts lie nearby. So you don't need to worry about much about traveling far to reach each of these. The Kamlah Fort is a colossal one and you can get a glimpse of the great Indian history reflecting from it.