Bala Quila, Alwar
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Situated on the hill of Aaravali hill, Bala Quila is also known as Alwar fort. Described in the Hindu scripture the Puranas, is said that ‘a fort is the strength of a king’. Observe the 16th century ancient ruins on a path that spans 3 miles. Being there allows you to have scenic views of the city of Alwar from above which are great photo opportunities. There is a road that leads you to here that can be accessed using a vehicle. Plan your visit to Bala Quila and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Alwar tourist route planner.
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Good fort BUT it requires lot of maintenance. Lush green view of mountains can be seen from here. Nice road to go through car.
Located at top of aravali range, location of this place is very nice, they offer jungle safari too and lure in for tiger and leopard sighting but all you can see is deer and peacocks, fort is poorly m... read more »
The palace is nice and majestic. But unfortunately no one to tk care. RTDC much more need to be done. Tourists can't go without nose closed. When tickets r charged pl maint it too. Hope for a better v... read more »
Its is small fort at the height of 300 meter. Constructed in back 1400 century. Beautiful view from top, nice art work done on walls and granite pillars
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