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Kumbhalgarh Fort: The Great Wall of India

Kumbhalgarh Fort: The Great Wall of India

Everyone is fond of traveling, but everyone’s choice is different, some like the mountains, beech, someone likes to see historical places, one has to know about them and there is no dearth of historical places in India. There are more than one palace and fort here, which are worth seeing. And if you are also planning to see something similar, then you must definitely go to Rajasthan. There are many hill forts in this state, one of which is Kumbhalgarh Fort. Situated in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, this fort was also known by the nickname Ajeyagarh, because conquering this fort was a very difficult task for any king. Situated at an altitude of about 3,600 feet, this fort is a great place to visit. A large number of people from all over the country and abroad come here to visit. From this fort you can enjoy beautiful views of the Thar Desert. Whenever you get a chance, do visit this fort once. You will definitely like the beauty of this fort and the interesting stories related to it.

This fort was built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. You can guess its vastness from the fact that it is said that it took a long time of 15 years to make it. You will be surprised to know that in the 16th century, the great ruler Maharana Pratap was also born in this fort.

After the wall of China, the second longest wall in the world is in the Kumbhalgarh Fort, which is about 38 kilometers in length. Because of this, this fort is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This wall is known as the ‘Great Wall of India’.

Standing on the heights of the Aravalli Hills, this fort is also known as Mewar Fort. You will be surprised to know that there are about 360 Hindu and Jain temples inside this fort, which are worth seeing. There are 13 mountain peaks around the Kumbhalgarh Fort, which add to its beauty.

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