Forts in Rajasthan

The grand palaces and ancient forts of Rajasthan speak out bundles of the glorious past of the country. It attracts tourists from all across the world. Next time you plan a historical exploration trip, make sure to book one of the ideal most Rajasthan trip packages and get all set to explore some of the many royal forts of Rajasthan.


Amer Fort in Jaipur – Amer Fort is a palace cum royal fort that welcomes its visitors with its enchanting beauty and folk music. It features some of the finest carvings and stone works in the decor that makes it all the more attractive. The fort imparts a mesmerizing view of Jaipur city. This is also the beauty that has been picturized in the film Bajirao Mastaani. One can enjoy an elephant ride here.

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Ranthambhore Fort – Located in Ranthambhore National Park, Ranthambhore Fort is set in the perfect wilderness.  The attraction here is that once at the top you can view the lush greenery all around. Another benefit of visiting this fort is that you can take up a safari and spot some tigers within the national park.


Mehrangarh Fort – This ancient fort of Jodhpur sits at an elevation of 125 meters. The fort features some intricate carvings and excellent architecture. Developed back in the year 1460, the fort boasts some ancient documents, armory, and artwork in the museum within.

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Chittorgarh Fort – The massive Chittorgarh Fort is conveniently located on a hill featuring a height of 180 meters. It is spread in an expanse of around 700 acres boasting 7 large gates named Pol. It is also popularly known as the water fort owing to the fact that there are 22 water bodies available within. This fort has witnessed the reign of 3 major rulers including Allauddin Khilji, Maharana Udai Singh, and Bahadur Shah. Some of the fort highlights are annual Jauhar Mela, Kirti Stambha, Padmini’s Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Meera Temple, Vijay Stambha, Gaumukh Reservoir, and Rana Kumbha Palace.

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