MOST POPULAR AND MUST VISIT FORTS IN RAJASTHANby Sujeet K. Digital Marketer
Rajasthan, the land of fearless Rajputs and Maharaja’s, imbibing stories of their great battles and culture is one of the favourite tourist destinations. For being arid state, the production of plants and seashore is a non-occurrence in this case, nevertheless beauty of Rajasthan remains impeccable. One can witness the usual sights of much less greens and desert. The weather of Rajasthan is a major hindrance in touring, though the charm of its forts triggers the list of every tourists. What has made Rajasthan so preferred globally? The answer lies inside the spaces of its forts and their splendid designs.
Here is a list of 7 Forts that will surely leave you in awe of it:
•Nahargarh Fort- Jaipur-
It’s a 6kms drive from the Jaipur city, shadowed by the Aravalli Hills. The appeal of Pink city enhances when viewed from the top of Nahargarh fort. It incorporates few restaurants in its dwelling, where tourists typically sit and relish the sunset. Their revolves the story of the Energy of Rathore Nahar Singh and the strange mishaps that cause the naming of fort right after the same. There exists a connected way to Jaigarh fort through the Nahargarh fort by the extension of fort walls. Of the many sunsets one could have experienced, could never match the attraction of this, yet the journey will indulge hardships of trekking and unbearable warmth.
•Kumbhalgarh fort- Udaipur-
One of the popular beautiful degrees of Indian architecture, Kumbhalgarh fort tends to be in the list of every tourist. The fortifications of the fort go to the length of 36kms which makes it the longest right after the Great wall of china. The beauty of the fort is like a dream come real with all the amazing plants, shrines, temple, and the rooms. The story of fort lays back to 15th century in Mewer, when it was constructed by Rana Kumbha.
Named after the city Amer, the fort is situated 11 kms away from the Jaipur. The Fort is located on the hills of eagles (cheel ka teela), providing tourists the complimentary appeal of Maoti lake. One can decide to walk to the gate of fort or utilize the conveyance. This gem was constructed by Rajaman singh, the navratn of emperor Akbar.
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Originally built by Maharaja Jai singh to protect Amber and Jaipur city, the fort concluded in one of the most incredible artistic representations. It constitutes Museums, residentials, temples, gardens and the world’s largest cannon is a property here. Built in 18th century, the elegance of the fort yet survives and has not faded with time.
•Junagarh fort- Bikaner-
In addition to the drool worthy tastes, Bikaner is the owner of this elegance. This fort was built under the minds of two ethnicities, Mughals and Rajputs. The walls of these forts are stronger since 1571 A.D. Tourists are astonished by the presence of the phool mahal, Chandra mahal and the carvings made.
The fort is also popular by the name of Sonar Quila and sports place of 2nd largest fort in Rajasthan. The construction of the fort lies back to 1156 by Rawal Jaisal. Striking resemblance of gold colour in its architecture due to use of yellow sandstones has given it the name of Golden city of India. It's made its name to the list of World Heritage sites by UNESCO.
Spread in the area of 5kms in the city’s heart is this legacy. The fort was built in 1438 by Rao Jodha. One of the significant scenes of this famous movie The Dark Knight Rises was filmed here. Feasting eagles by the fort management has been a routine here between 3:30- 4 p.m.
Travelling in Rajasthan features certain hurdles due to the high temperature and desert. Wear relaxed shoes plus a hat. All the hurdles of the path are the price we pay up to observe the sweetness of the fort and marvelous architecture. There exists broad range of Rajasthan Tour Packages designed specially to meet wants of all type of tourists, from the family trips to Honeymooning couple to the first-time visitors.
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