At a Glance :
Region : Himachal Pradesh, district Lahaul Spiti, from Keylong about eighteen kilometers
Constructed In : 1700 AD
Home of : Gondla's Thakur
Gondala fort of Himachal Pradesh state is around eighteen kilometers away from Keylong, it is situated over Chandra River's right bank. This fort was a sub divisional headquarters; which has eight storeyed structures, the entire Gondla fort looks like it is guarding the entire road. The very interesting aspect of this fort is its royal house location. If you are planning to visit Gondla fort during July, then you will get an opportunity to be the evidence of a regional fair in, which Lamas enjoy and dance. Small factors also have historical importance, village's Gompa consist of ancient significance and this regional fair captures a plenty of visitors. Here you are going get a chance to explore the oldest construction and style of houses, the perfect example is close to the fort that is the house of Gondla's Thakur. It is a totally different construction in the whole Lahaul valley, visiting this ancient building is worthy. Gondla fort of Himachal Pradesh was founded during the seventeen century; it is popular as Gondla fortress.