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Kishangarh  Ajmer
Built in 1649 by Maharaja Roop Singh the fort is also named after its ruler and is popularly known as Roopangarh fort. The Kishangarh fort combines the best of Rajput and Mughal architecture. The nine... More...

Kishangarh :

Built in 1649 by Maharaja Roop Singh the fort is also named after its ruler and is popularly known as Roopangarh fort. The Kishangarh fort combines the best of Rajput and Mughal architecture. The nine turreted fortifications of the fort encompass within it several battlements, jails, granaries, armories and foundries. The colossal double height Durbar Hall has latticed windows above for the Queens to see the proceedings going on below. The fort is enveloped by a deep moated wall, which makes it one of the most formidable forts of Rajasthan.

   Another structure that offers a magnetic appeal to the fort is the Phool Mahal or the Flower Palace. The palace is a living example of the splendor of the Rathore Rajputs. The walls of the beautiful palace are adorned by striking frescoes and gorgeous murals. The Phool Mahal is now converted into a heritage hotel. As one further approaches the Kishangarh fort what greets us are the massive beautiful courtyard and eye-catching fountains. The view one gets of the Kishangarh town from top of the fort is simply astounding. The fort has witnessed many of the patronizing deeds of its rulers towards art, architecture, music and poetry. In fact the Kishangarh fort is one of the few unconquered forts in Rajput history.

 
Roopangarh  Ajmer
Maharaja Roop Singh of Kishangarh constructed the Roopangarh fort in the year 1648, mainly for security reasons. The fort is situated near the city of Kishangarh. The main attractions of the fort cons... More...

Roopangarh :

Maharaja Roop Singh of Kishangarh constructed the Roopangarh fort in the year 1648, mainly for security reasons. The fort is situated near the city of Kishangarh. The main attractions of the fort consist of its medieval stone granaries, royal armories, jails and daunting battlements. The fort has now been converted into a heritage hotel.

    The construction of the Roopangarh Fort, Ajmer can be traced back to 1648. The magnificent fort, at present, functions as a hotel is categorized among the other hotels in Ajmer. A wonderful amalgam of tradition and gracious hospitality, the Roopangarh Fort in Ajmer is imbued with the elements of regal grace and grandeur.

 
Taragarh  Ajmer
Tour the imperial Taragarh Fort and explore the regal secrets of this remarkable structure in stone located atop the Nagpahari hill in Ajmer with Indian Horizons. Constructed in 1354 A.D., the Taragar... More...

Taragarh :

Tour the imperial Taragarh Fort and explore the regal secrets of this remarkable structure in stone located atop the Nagpahari hill in Ajmer with Indian Horizons. Constructed in 1354 A.D., the Taragarh Fort in Ajmer is a spectacular illustration of Rajasthani architecture. Six imposing gates and a thick crenellated wall guard the entrance to this erstwhile Chauhan bastion. You are welcome to explore the royal secrets of Taragarh though a section of this massive structure is not open for public viewing. See the awe-inspiring Bhim Burj i.e. a massive battlement on which rests a large canon and admire the huge stone water reservoirs built within the fort. The main gateway that leads you to the fort is decorated with stone sculptures of elephants. Pay homage at Miran Saheb ki Dargah that is located within the fort walls.

   This mausoleum is dedicated to Miran Saheb, a brave warrior who sacrificed his life defending Taragarh in an enemy invasion. Taragarh Fort was an important center of military activity during the Mughal domination in Ajmer. Later during the British occupation of Ajmer, Taragarh was used as a sanatorium.

 
Akbar Palace  Ajmer
During the British occupation of Ajmer, Akbar Palace was used as a house of ammunition and the British dubbed this palace as the "Rajputana Arsenal." Built in 1570 AD by Emperor Akbar, Akbar... More...

Akbar Palace :

During the British occupation of Ajmer, Akbar Palace was used as a house of ammunition and the British dubbed this palace as the "Rajputana Arsenal." Built in 1570 AD by Emperor Akbar, Akbar Palace was built to serve as the home of the emperor during his visits to Ajmer. Akbar Palace is located near the train station in Ajmer and is big to learn more about the romantic and tumultuous history of desert Ajmer. Palace of Akbar was converted into a house of ammunition during the British occupation of Ajmer. Two stone walls surrounding the Palace Akbar made this impressive fortress. The museum at the Palace of Akbar also displays of antiques, objects d 'art, sculptures, miniature paintings and archaeological remains of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro.

    This impressive structure is transformed into a museum in 1908, which runs every day of the week except Fridays. The work schedule is planned from 10 am to 4:30 pm During the testimony of the museum from Monday to large crowds, as there is no registration fee for that day. Part of the palace of Akbar was converted into a museum in the post-independence. This magnificent palace serves as an ostentatious way of getting the story quixotic and bustle of Ajmer.

 
Bala Quila  Alwar
The biggest attraction in the city of Alwar, Bala Quila is one of the most imposing monuments of the city. Probably one of the oldest buildings in the city, Bala Quila in Alwar sees a large number of ... More...

Bala Quila :

The biggest attraction in the city of Alwar, Bala Quila is one of the most imposing monuments of the city. Probably one of the oldest buildings in the city, Bala Quila in Alwar sees a large number of tourists round the year. It is believed that Pratap Singh who was the founder of the city of Alwar had taken the possession of this fort in the year 1775.It is believed that Pratap Singh, after taking over the Bala Quila in Alwar had laid the foundation stone of the city. Mughal emperor Babar is said to have spent a few days in this fort and later Akbar had exiled his son Jehangir here for three years. Located on the top of a hill in the ranges of Aravali, Bala Quila in Alwar offers a complete view of the city. Nestled at a distance of nearly 15 kms from the city, Bala Quila is well connected with the city of Alwar.
 
    The Bala Quila is situated 1000 feet above Alwar city and is extended over an area of 5 kms from North to South and 1.6 kms from East to West.The major attractions of the fort are the palace area, topwale hanuman ji temple, chakradhari hanuman ji temple, sita ram temple and army area. It is suggested that you must visit the fort at least once during your stay in Alwar, as you will get to see panoramic view of the landscapes and lush meadows on the way.Rajasthan and Wildlife offer online information for Bala Quila in Alwar.

 
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