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Last Updated : 2020-06-02 21:49:50
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When we talk about Rajasthan - The Royal State of India, we become eager to know what it is famous for, why it is famed as the royal state, and what history it depicts. We are here demonstrating some famous forts of Rajasthan state that would be highlighting the history of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is the state which portrays history as earlier famed as the land of kings. It has been ruled by the Rajputana Kings in ancient times. It was the land of warriors and beautiful princesses.

The state is famous for its vibrant and colorful culture and tradition, its marvelous arts & handicrafts, and its captivating architectures. Everything is unique from the dress sense to the cuisines of Rajasthan. The state has many historic palaces and forts among them, some are the UNESCO World Heritage Site also. People often seek information about the place before visiting it. This article is to help people who are planning to visit Rajasthan so that they could enjoy the place more anxiously. Now let s enroll in the famous forts in some brief.

1. Amber Fort- Amber Fort is also known as Amer Fort, a famous hill fort situated on a cliff of Aravalli range. The fort built in the 16th century by Maharaja Jai Singh depicts the glorious Mughal and Hindu architecture with the red marbles and sandstones. It serves a spectacular view of lakes, gardens, and hills of Aravalli range. Situated on Jaipur-Delhi highway and is 14km far from the Jaipur city. Fort also encloses grand palaces, courtyards, and temples with the breathtaking cool winds of the Aravalli hills. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Attractions- Elephant ride to the fort is the most enjoying an amazing ride. Splendid Sheesh Mahal built with glass and the Ganesh Pol gate is the captivating sight of the fort. Explore the Diwan-I-Am, Diwan-I-Khas, Sukh Niwas, and the Kyaris showcasing the impressive artwork. The traditional architecture temples in the fort are the must-visit.

2. Jaisalmer Fort- A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most visited and attractive well-known fort, also known as Sonar Quila The Golden Fort. The fort located at the Thar Desert on the Trikuta Hill in Jaisalmer of Jodhpur city portrays the glorious and magnificent glance. It is one of the oldest forts of Rajasthan entirely made of yellow sandstone. Famous for its deserted view and striking past, the fort seems to be rising out from the desert like a mirage. The Islamic and Rajput architectural design and the Jawahar Palace inside the fort make it unique. Within the walls, the fort encloses houses, temples, markets, restaurants, and many things that exhibit the feel of an urban town.

3. Chittorgarh Fort- The epitome of the bravery of Rajput kings and the oldest fort built in the 7th century, situated in the Mewar region of Rajasthan is famous for its thrilling and courageous history. Built on the cliff, the fort is spread across 700 acres having seven huge gateways known as pols. Fort witnessed the courage, romance, sacrifice, and the act of Jauhar by the Rajputana princess Rani Padmini. The forts massive structure and the heroic history make it unique and are also the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Major attractions enclosed within the fort are the palaces like Rani Padmini Palace, Rana Kumbha Palace, Ratan Singh s palace, Kanwar Pade ka Mahal, Bada Mahal, etc. and the temples like Kumbha Shya temple, Adbhutnath Temple, Kalika Mata temple, etc.

4. Kumbhalgarh Fort Kumbhalgarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated at the top of the Hill of Aravalli Mountains in 80km north of Udaipur, is the birthplace of the brave ruler Maharana Pratap. The 15th-century fort portrays the history of the Rajput era. The fortified fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as after the Great Wall of China it has the second-longest wall covering 36 km sq. It is one of the most fortified forts over the world and has seven massive gateways.

After enrolling in the forts, I bet you cant miss any of these. You must visit the forts of Rajasthan to feel the traditional, cultural, and historical vibes of the Rajasthan. What are you waiting for? Just plan the trip to the most amazing and the royal state of India as soon as possible. Dont miss out on these marvelous forts which are among the UNESCO World Heritage Site also.

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