Just adjacent to the Ratanpur bus stand are the remains of the Hathi Qila built by king Prithvideva. The fort is guarded on all four sides by gorges. It has four entrances - the Singh, Ganesh, Bhairav and Semar dvars.Near the entrance of the fort is a huge stone statue presumed to be that of the valiant king Gopal Rai, of which only the head and the feet remain. A little further down the road, one can see the Laxmi Narayan Temple which was built by the Maratha queen, Anandi Bai. It is next to the much older Jagannath Temple, built by Kalyan Rai, that houses beautiful images of Jagannath, Balaram and Subhadra. The west gate of the fort faces Motipur, where the twenty queens of Lakshman Rai are said to have performed sati. Recently, a hamam (bath complex) has been unearthed. Located close to both the Lakshmi Narayan and the Jagannath Temples, it is indicative of the ritual ablutions that were performed here by the royal family.