Potagarh fort is also known as "the buried fort" as the length of the wall is somewhere between 18 to 20 feet in height and looks dug. This historic specimen of architecture left with the remains of fort houses and buried tunnel specks, has deep water streams on three sides.
Potagarh attracts people who love to flip the unturned pages of history by running their fingers on the ancient carvings or maybe through some other ways. Besides the greenery, the ruins, fresh air, confluence of river Rasikulya and the Bay of Bengal are enchanting causing astir in the aura. People say that the fort is haunted and the story is related to the goddess of the fort attacking the King and the King escaping through the tunnels.
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