You should only visit this place if you are an Anglo-Indian history buff. There is not much to see: just the surviving gate way of a long demolished fort, situated by the highway, behind an ASI fence. It is only if you know the importance of what happened here that would make you want to visit: a military victory that decided that Southern Indians, at least, (for better or for worse) would drink tea, play cricket and be taught English, rather than coffee, boules and French. But if you are not into that history, there is no need to come here.
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