Gondhla is located on the river bank of the river Chandra. The main attraction of this place is the house of the Thakur of Gondhla, which is also known as the Gondhla castle or fort. This is located at an altitude of 3,160 meters. As per the information in the district gazetteer, this fort was originally built in 1700 A.D. by Raja Kullu Man Singh whose influence stretched until the Lingti Plains which stretch beyond the Baralacha-La. This is an eight story building.
Raja Man Singh of Kullu is believed to have stayed there in 1720 A.D. On the way to the fort one can also see the Trilokinath Temple. One can see the remains of the old ear all scattered. Very old furniture, costumes, and idols are also scattered and completely neglected. The 'Sharab Raldi' which was the 'Sword of Wisdom' originally given to the Thakur by his holiness the Dalai Lama in the past has been preserved by the present Thakur. This sword was known to have been built in the 'Toledo' technique of Spain. In the month of July a fair is held, in which the Lamas dance and enjoy. The fair attracts quite a few numbers of visitors.