Vijaygarh Fort (Hindi :विजयगढ़ किला) is a ruined fort located 30 km from Robertsganj in south east direction in Mau Kalan village on Robertsganj-Churk road, in the Sonbhadra district, Uttar Pradesh India.
Vijaygarh fort contains several old temples & red stones pillars bearing an inscription of Vishnuverdhan feudatory of Samudragupta. The Fort is famous for its rock inscriptions, cave paintings, many statues and its perennial ponds. There are four ponds inside the premises of the fort which never get dried up. More than half the area of Vijargarh is covered by the steep and rugged hills of Kaimur Range. Between the two tanks there was a palace known as Rang Mahal (hindi:रंग महल) which had artistic rock carvings and assumed as palace of Princess Chandrakanta. There is a fair (Urs) organized in the month of April every year. people from different religion and sects attend that fair.beside the tomb there is a tank known as Mira Sagar and beyond this another one known as Ram Sagar.
Vijaygarh fort has both historical and archaeological importance. This elegant fort has also been pertinently described in the novel “Chandrakanta” by Babu Devkinandan Khatri along With Princess Chandrakanta . The Kanvarias in Shravan (Hindi) month collect water from Ram Sagar and then start their holy journey to the Shivdwar.