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Kumbhalgarh Fort

A fort where royalty still resides

Located 80 kms north of Udaipur, on the westernly range of the Aravali range, the Kumbhalgarh Fort was constructed in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha, who ruled Mewar during this period. Although he built 32 forts during his entire lifetime, the Kumbhalgarh Fort remains the most popular one, and has remained undefeated as no outside army was able to lay claim to it.

Without doubt, one of the most flamboyantly built fort, the entire area includes more than 360 intact and ruined temples, (some of which go back as far as the 2nd century BC when the Mauryan empire ruled India), along with palaces, gardens and stepwells and close to 700 cannon bunkers.

#VResortTip: Exploring the fort is a full day affair, especially if you want to check out the nearby Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. If possible, make sure you stay till evening as there is a light and sound show that takes place at 6: 45 PM.  The show depicts the history of the fort and is a great way to understand the rich and royal culture of the Rajput kingdom. Narrated in Hindi, the show is organised by the Rajasthan State Government Tourism Department and the fort stays illuminated for one hour, post the show.

Time for show: 6:45 - 7:30 PM (daily)

Price: INR 75

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