Majestic- Rajasthan Forts & Palaces

Here the enthralling Rajasthan Forts & Palaces tell the ancient era of former royal seat of the Rajputs. The Rajputs Empire like that the Mughal were innovative builders and have skilled some of the most esteemed and amazing forts and palaces in the Rajasthan. Mostly every city of the spectacular desert land Rajasthan is lined with awesome forts and palaces built by different types of rulers and designers. Thus these forts and palaces were generally built outside the walled city over the high hills to save the city. Here the glory is well maintained in the people of Rajasthan and in the amazing forts & palaces. Surviving the brutal desert winds and annoying heat of the sizzling sun, they have stood fixed against many-a-bother and have provided safety to the rulers in their time of conflict. Rajasthan India Tours offers you to visit Rajasthan and see amazing forts and explore it. Here are some top famous forts & palaces.

Jaigarh Fort

Amber Fort (Jaipur)

This fort is one of the most famous forts in Rajasthan. It’s situated about 11 kms away from Jaipur, on a hillock area, this fort shares its surrounding part with the famous Maota Lake. It’s built fully in red and white sandstone, the fort assumed to be the treasure vault of the Kacchwaha rulers. This fort was established in the year of 1592 during the time of Raja Man Singh, who was the commander in Akbar’s army. The fort building was earlier a palace building within the original fort of Amber that today we are known as “Jaigarh Fort”.

Attractions-

Here the major attraction of Amber fort is the Elephant riding that one needs to begin in order to reach the fort. Beside that in inside the fort, The Dil-e-Araam garden is a famous place to see. Thus from here is the Diwan-e-Aam, which too is a main draw. This built in sandstone the yard is a massive building. And the Shila Devi Temple is also the attraction thing to the tourists.

Amber Fort

Ranthambore Fort (Sawai Madhopur)

This Ranthambore Fort was establish at the time of 8th century by the Chauhans. This fort is situated in the lush greenery of the Ranthambore National Park at the top of the hill. And the name Ranthambore draws from the name of the hills – “Thambore” is the hill on which this fort is situated and “Ran” is the nearby hill. The Ranthambore Fort expanse over an area of 7 kms in border and occupies a group of buildings like palaces, mosques, barracks and temples enthuse the visiting tourists.

Attractions-

Here the Gupt Ganga is a stream that extends to the flow throughout the year. And the other major attractions inside the Ranthambore Fort including like Mahadeo Chhatri, Sameton Ki Haveli, Toran Dwar, 32 pillared Chhatri, and a Mosque etc.

Ranthambore Fort

Chittorgarh Fort (Chittorgarh)

Chittorgarh fort is the biggest fort in India and has a many of historical value linked with it. This fort is the largest fort in India, expending on an area of 280 mts and is 180 m. high. This is located on a hill fort was established in the 7th century. The fort is accepted to serve as home to the Gahlot and Sisodia kings who ruled Mewar from the 8th to the 16th century AD. This was finally discarded in the year of 1568 after the siege by Emperor Akbar. Thus the fort trusted to have been built by the Mauryans, was raided by Alauddin Khilji, thrice time between 15th and 16th century.

Attractions-

In the Chittorgarh Fort houses many kinds of attractions places that a tourist should not miss. The fort attractions including seven massive gates, the two towers which are known as the ‘Kirti Stambh’ (Tower of Fame) and the ‘Vijay Stambh’ (Tower of Victory) along with many temples.

Chittorgarh fort

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