Buxa Fort

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From the lower region, the Buxa Fort is about 2.5kms and takes around one hour of the trek in a single direction. It's situated at a height of 2,845ft. Despite the fact that you see just the vestiges of the fortification today, there is a profound history behind Buxa fort. The fortification which once had a place with the Bhutan King was caught by the British in 1865. While there are a few courses in Dooars district that associate India with Bhutan, the Buxa stronghold is situated on a standout amongst the most significant courses in spite of the fact that this is on a standout amongst the most troublesome landscape. Having caught the fortress, the British utilized it to keep the freedom fighters here. Later in 1959 when Tibetan monks got away from Tibet because of a Chinese attack, they utilized the Buxa stronghold as an evacuee camp.

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