Fast Facts :
Region : Himachal Pradesh, from valley of solan about two kilometers
Rich By : Kamkhya Devi's picture
Altitude : Two thousand six hundred meter
Special Characterstic : Lord Buddha's pleasant picture over Major gate of fort.
From Himachal Pradesh`s Sangla valley, Kamru fort is very close, it is an easily accessable location, and you just need to travel for two kilometers from this valley. Kamru fort is located on a very splendid place akin to the Kamru fort. The complete beauty of this fort is breathtaking, along with wide saffron trees and cool snow. At this place, you will get a pleasing glimpse of the Bapsa River that runs to emerge into the mixing flood of Karcham's Sutlej River. The dynamic look of nature can only be seen in Himachal Pradesh. You can feel the existence of nature through its large verdant land. The whole area is bounded through wide deodar tree's forest, snowy mountains, richly fruited and green orchards. The whole personality of Kamru fort is quiet sentry. The altitude location of this fort is about two thousand six hundred meter over sea level. If you are planning to visit Kamru fort along with Shimla, then from Shimla it takes less time because the distance between these two points is only two hundred and twenty nine kilometers. The houses located here are totally bounded through orchards and fields. If you go to Kamru fort from Himachal Pradesh then the distance is only six hundred and eleven kilometers. The entrance of the fort itself will enhance your excitement through the tremendous model of Lord Buddha. From the start of the village, step by step you will get the warm welcoming gates of Kamru fort.
The entire fort looks like it has been placed on stuffing of dressed rock which seems like the base of a marvelous art. The tower includes adorable wooden balcony. As per the regional people, the picture of Kamkhya Devi has been transferred from Assam; it has been placed in the 3rd floor of the tower. The land of Himachal Pradesh is undoubtedly rich due to the presence of oldest structures which can hardly be seen in the current time, such as Lord Badrinath's temple belongs to the fifteenth century, after every 3 years a fair is organized by the regional people. Here you can see the picture of Gangotri , which is a source of Uttar Pradesh state's Ganga River.