Naggar Castle information
Built by the Sikh rajas of Kullu in 1460, this beautiful fort is a fine example of the alternating stone and timber style of Himachali architecture. It was converted into a hotel in 1978 when the last raja fell on hard times. There’s a tiny one-room museum downstairs, and the Jagtipath Temple in the courtyard houses a slab of stone said to have been carried here by wild bees. The best way to experience the castle is to stay here.