The Mud fort, Kuchesar Distt.Bulandshahar is just 85 kms New Delhi Mud Fort is Ideal weekend getaway for Delhites and transit point for Kumaon Region and Western Uttar Pradesh.
The Mud Fort of Kuchesar tells of the history of the Jats who vied with the Sikhs, Marathas, Rohillas & Rajputs as well as French adventurers and the East India Company, to fill the vacuum of the declining Mughal power.
The Mud Fort Kuchesar of the Jats was built in the mid-18th century with 7 turrets as a defence against British Raj cannon attack, and a wide moat was dug to create the ramparts. Mud Fort’s main palace sits atop a large bastion overlooking gardens on three sides and the ruins of a replica of Robert Clive’s Calcutta house to its west.
The banks of Brijghat at Garh Mukteshwar is 24 kms away on the holy Ganges, make an interesting picnic outing among fields of sugarcane and mango orchards. Guest can ride horse and swim at The Mud Fort Kuchesar.