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Kumbhalgarh Fort, Rajsamand
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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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  • Fort has a lot Indian history. A guide is a must Climb is steep and takes about 40 minutes to go up. There is no water or washrooms facilities on TOP so use the facilities down. Benches made at variou...  more »
  • We had visited Kumbhalgarh via Nathdwara its only 2 hrs from Nathdwara..This fort is not visible till we get closer to this fort & then we hired guide for Rs.300 who described each & everything about ...  more »
  • Of the many fortresses and castles in Rajasthan this has me especially because of your overall appearance and the location the best please. In terms of facilities, it may and others with amber Fort, the Jaigarh Fort or the Meherangarh Fort sure fortresses give somewhat impressive but otherwise absolutely worth seeing and are rightly UNESCO World Heritage.
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  • Zero marks for accessibility. We were sold tickets even after telling them we have a guest who is paralysed and is in a wheelchair. They should have told us it is nearly impossible to get up the slope as not only is it too steep but also there is no smooth surface just uneven rock paving. Despite the laws in place that all publicly accessed areas of monuments and historical places should be made accessible there absolutely zero effort here. If they did nothing else than make a relatively smooth slope with some rest stops and remove the steps on one side this would be something.
  • Amazing place for a piece of Mewar history. Surrounded by jungles, it takes you back in time. The fort also boasts of the second longest wall in the world
  • Maharana Pratap Born Place 👑 Kai Ghate Bapu a banavyo hoi ema jova javu j pade
  • When we think of Rajputana, couple of names that we recollect are Maharana Pratap and Rana Kumbha
  • Have you ever visited the Great Wall of China, the longest wall on the earth? Yes? Then I would suggest you take a glimpse at the second longest wall ever built, which spreads 36 kms precisely. The fort was the heart of the King. It is the birth place of Maharana Pratap, where king Pratap had spent his childhood and acquired the skill of fighting in the battle. The fort is very well known because it is undefeated by its opponents. No single ruler in the past, who attacked the fort, could ever win over it. There are many stories linked to its establishment. This place is great to know.