Ancient fort found in Kundapur, India

Published on February 9th, 2011 | by Admin


The remains of an ancient fort have been found covered by shrubs, bushes and weeds in Kundapur, India.

There are four watch towers around the fort, through which one can closely monitor movement in the sea route leading to the nearby shore. There are two underground passages and a canal with a flight of stairs inside the fort. Experts opine that though these relics are on the verge of extinction, they are worth conducting a research. It is believed to be the fort of Nanduraya.

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Story: Dijiworld Media Network | Photo: Aishwarya Beejady

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