5 Most Awesome and Royal Fort/Palaces to Visit Rajasthan | SiliconIndia


"Long Long Time... ago there was a King," I think you already heard this line before and if you want to recall this lines which you had listened by your Grand Maa So Must Visit this Five Amazing Forts Which can hold you by there Mystery, History and Wait... Wait... the most beautiful and unbelievable Architecture and Story behind the Construction of the Largest forts In India. Believe or not Rajasthan Forts are the most Royal Palaces which are filled with some of the Historic Stories which are based upon tragic sacrifices, fairytale romances, art, and architectural evolution.

You know what? Rajasthan is one of the largest State of India and it has the long history of Royal Families Like Rajputs, Gujjar, Jats, and Sisodia. Rajasthan is the treasure of Heritage and History that will amaze you in another level. So are you Ready? In this article, I am going to Introduce you the Forts Which you must Visit if you are planning your long vacations to Rajasthan.

Jaisalmer Fort

1.Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer:If you remember the T.V Cartoon " Alladin - Arabain Night ", you will find the most similar replica of this fort. It is second most Largest Fort in Rajasthan, it is also named as " Sonar Quila " (Golden Fort). Jaisalmer Fort is a World Heritage Site declared UNESCO under the group Hill Forts of Rajasthan situated in the city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, India.
It was built by Rajputs Raja Rawal Jaisal in 1156 A.D fort is 1,500 ft (460 m) long and 750 ft (230 m) wide and is built on a hill that rises above a height of 250 ft (76 m)
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Mehrangarh Fort

2.Mehrangarh Fort: Featuring in 'The Dark Knight Rises', Mehrangarh Fort collected universal spotlight as extraordinary compared to other posts to visit in Rajasthan. The wonderfully beautified royal residences and the must-visit historical center including regal palanquins, howdahs, turbans, arsenal and artistic creations are the features of the fortress which brags of seven enormous passages. Remaining on a hillock, this fifteenth-century post appears to appreciate the hypnotizing sights of blue-painted houses beneath.

The stronghold is available either by means of a walk tough of around 300 m. or then again in an auto-rickshaw on a winding slope street. It opens from 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. also, has a passage expense of INR 60/400 for Indians/outsiders.

Chittorgarh Fort

3.Chittorgarh Fort: On the off chance that Padmaavat's Chittorgarh has caught your extravagant, this is an absolute necessity now. One of the biggest fortifications in India, it was worked by the neighbour hood Maurya ruler and has been in the news since long attributable to Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati (now Padmavati). In all the contention that encompassed the motion picture and its discharge, we some way or another got separated from the history and foundation of the extremely glorious Chittorgarh Fort. One of the UNESCO world legacy destinations, this stronghold was the capital of Mewar and is by and by in Chittorgarh.

Exploring the entire periphery of the fort requires walking about 13 km. It's better to rent a two-wheeler or choose a shared auto. It opens from sunrise to sunset. Entry fee is INR 5/100 for Indians/foreigners (required only for specific attractions inside the complex). Carry sun protection along.

Amber Fort

4.Amber Fort: This glorious fortification includes a broad royal residence unpredictable, worked from light yellow and pink sandstone, and white marble, and is isolated into four primary segments, each with its very own yard. It is conceivable to visit the fortification on elephant-back, however, creature welfare bunches have reprimanded the keeping of elephants at Amber in view of reports of maltreatment, and in light of the fact that conveying travelers can make enduring wounds the creatures.

As an option, you can walk up to the post from the street in around 10 minutes, or take a 4WD to the best and back for 400 (useful for up to five travelers), including a one-hour holdup time. For night passage, confirmation for outsiders drops to the Indian cost.

Opens from 09:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m. Charges incorporate passage (INR 25/200 for Indians/outsiders) and camera expense (INR 50/70 for still and INR 100/150 for the video for Indians/nonnatives). Elephant rides cost about INR 900 for two and are accessible just till 12:30 p.m. Try not to miss Sound and Light Show (costs additional) in Hindi/English at 07:30/08:00 p.m.

Kumbhalgarh Fort

5.Kumbhalgarh Fort: The rundown of posts in Rajasthan is inadequate without specifying Kumbhalgarh Fortification. The second biggest in the state and having the world's second-biggest divider (after the Incomparable Mass of China), the fortress is a genuine example of intense resistance engineering as it was seized after rehashed endeavors and awesome trouble. Home to enormous bulwarks and entryways, lovely royal residences and sanctuaries and well-laid greenery enclosures, the post offers mind-boggling perspectives of profound gorges and rich timberlands

Timings: 09:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. Entry fee: INR 10/100 for Indians/foreigners. Don't miss viewing the fort in the evening when it is majestically lit for a few minutes.
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