The Hari Parbat fort is an ancient mughal fort that is located on the banks of the Dal Lake of Srinagar. It is positioned on the top of the Sharika Hill. This fascinating fort was built during the reign of Akbar in the 18th century. On the southern side of the outer wall there is a Guru Dwara. This place was first fortified by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1590. He planned to flourish a new capital called Nager Nagor in this place near the lake by building an outer wall for the fort. But the project was never completed and the fort the stand. The present fort that stands today was built during the rule of Shuja Shah Durrani in 1808.
According to Hindu legendry tales, this hill grew out of a small pebble that was dropped by Goddess Parvati to kill a demon. The ruins of the fort showcase imposing evidence of interesting historic past. There is a lot of many other interesting things that you can discover in the fort to relate it from the past. That is the main reason behind the touristís attraction throughout the entire globe. The tourists can find the inscription in Persian at the Kathi Darwaza. Still one can witness the ruins of certain terraces on the side of the Pokhiri Bal.