Kumbhalgarh Fort: An Awe-inspiring Monument

The Kumbhalgarh Fort is a gorgeous citadel nestled in the foothills of the Aravalli Mountain Range. The fort attracts visitors due to its pure position and architectural magnificence, which is surrounded by lush forests. Its 36-kilometer-long external wall finishes second when compared to the great wall of china.

The Kumbhalgarh Fort, was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. Kumbhalgarh Fort is worth a visit for its unique architectural style and historical value, even though it isn’t in the finest of shape now. The terrace of the fort’s palace offers spectacular views of the surrounding area, especially the Thar Desert’s sand dunes. The fort is beautifully lit up for some time in the nights.

Kumbhalgarh Fort Architecture

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The entrance of the fort

Kumbhalgarh was erected in the Rajput military hill architecture style, which takes advantage of the terrain’s defensive features, due to its mountainous location. The fort is situated on a mountaintop about 3600 feet above sea level and is surrounded by a 36-kilometer long wall with seven fortified entrances. The wall, which is one of the world’s longest, is commonly referred to as the Great Wall of India.

The fort’s frontal walls have a thickness of 15 feet. Inside the fort, there are about 360 temples, 300 of which are old Jain temples and the rest are Hindu shrines. Though the lords of Mewar added to the fort over time, the original structure still stands.

Kumbhalgarh: History

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The original Kumbhalgarh Fort is thought to have been built in the 6th century by King Samprati of the Maurya Empire. The history of the fort from its beginnings until the invasion by Alauddin Khilji in 1303 AD is, however, hazy due to a paucity of written documentation. The fort has also played a significant part in defining the region’s history. Kumbhalgarh was used as a safe haven by the rulers of Mewar during times of peril or danger due to its strategic location. Maharana Pratap was born in this citadel, and it has witnessed many key events that have moulded the region’s history.


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