On the north of the town Sehwan are lying the remains of the great Fort, which is said to built of Alexander the Great, but nothing greel has been found there except an occasional coin. But this only proves that the coin got there not necessarily the Greeks. In the bottom of some of the gorges may be founds few of the very old style of Hindu bricks of extra large size, which must date back to the early centuries of the Christian era. The sites of the old entrances to the fort are so obliterated that even traces are hardly to be found except at the south-east corner where the present road ascends. At some period the fort seems to have been raised to about twice its former height possibly by the Muslims.
The Fort is now an immense mound of earth, measuring roughly 400 x 200 yards and about 60 feet high. It is filled with notsherds, brick-bots bones, charcoal, ashle etc. there are some structures which indicate the different constructional period of the fort.