|Part of Gagron|
View of Gagron fort
|Battles/wars||Battle of Gagron (1519) – Rana Sanga defeated Mahmud Khilji of Malwa.|
|Occupants||Doda Rajputs, Khichi Chauhans, Bhimkaran Mahmud Khilji, Rana Kumbha, Akbar and Maharao Bhim Singh|
|Designated||2013 (36th session)|
|Part of||Hill Forts of Rajasthan|
Six Hill forts of Rajasthan, namely, Amer Fort, Chittor Fort, Gagron Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Kumbhalgarh and Ranthambore Fort were included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list during the 37th meeting of the World Heritage Committee in Phnom Penh during June 2013. They were recognized as a serial cultural property and examples of Rajput military hill architecture.
A mausoleum of Sufi Saint Mitthe Shah just outside the fort is the venue for an annual colourful fair held during the month of Moharram. There is also a monastery of Saint Pipaji across the confluence.
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