Kumbhalgarh Fort, Rajsamand
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Pay a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kumbhalgarh Fort, a 15th-century fortress that boasts a 38 km (23.5 mi) long wall, the second largest in the world after the Great Wall of China. The fort was abandoned in the 19th century, and today you can explore its massive stone walls, gates, and bastions. Admire the hundreds of Hindu and Jain temples within the fortress, or take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the majestic structure. To visit Kumbhalgarh Fort on your holiday in Rajsamand, and find out what else Rajsamand has to offer, use our Rajsamand travel itinerary planner.
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When we think of Rajputana, couple of names that we recollect are Maharana Pratap and Rana Kumbha. Standing on the same ground they walked on hundreds of years ago, you can't but feel part of a proud ... read more »
Very large and impressive fort. Amazing walls. Worth the visit. Compared to other forts in Rajasthan, we were impressed by the walls. Also, there is a good view point on the way, where you can stop to... read more »
Though small compare to Jodhpur, Udaipur & Jaipur Fort, this has lot of importance as it is known as "Abhedhya" meaning cannot be penetrated. Very informative Sound & Light Show at 7 pm in evening. Ra... read more »
The Google 360° map is awesome... Clicking on the arrows don't need u to be physically there U can enjoy from ur home.. Well done team Google Hats off to u
This is the largest fort in Rajput dynasty. It's massiveness is impressive and natural beauty around the fort and on the way is really superb. Visit it, ur enjoy definitely !!!
Not well maintained,no sign boards anywhere. Please take guide,otherwise you will be clueless about great history. The place is very good,but seems to be ignored place. Light and sound show is good. After entry point you will not find any authorised person.
Superb Fort. Make sure you go by stairs up there which will make it adventures. The view from the fort is serene and wind over there make you sit there and relax for hours 💗
i visited in april 2016 , i felt very amage to saw fort and beauty of aravali hillrange
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