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Overview: Known for its royal ambiance and colorful history ripe with stories of chivalry and valiance, Rajasthan is dotted with several tourist destinations that still hold a diorama of the medieval clamour. This incredible state in India, since time immemorial, has been invaded and ruled by several dynasties BUT couldn’t damage the princely status of the Rajput and Jat rulers. Rajasthan is widely known for its imposing architectural buildings, including forts, palaces, havelis and temples those built by the Rajputs and Jats. Most of these massive structures date back to the medieval era… of which few have been converted into government edifices and heritage hotels AND few have been retained as private residences of the royal family.

Forts And Palaces Of Rajasthan

Amber Fort and Palace, Jaipur

Located on the foot of the Aravalli range and overlooking the Maota Lake, the Amber (Amer) Fort is famed for its artistic craftsmanship that is laid on a four level layout. It is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur and is a fine example of red sandstone and marble architecture comprising the Hall of Public Audience, Hall of Private Audience, Sheesh Mahal and Sukh Niwas. Built in the 16th century by Raja Man Singh I, the Amber Fort within its ramparts holds a rich blend of Hindu elements including several gates and cobbled paths and the Sheela Mata Temple. Today the Amber Fort arrests the mind of millions of travellers from all over the world and the major tourist attraction remains the light and sound show that is held at Kesar Kyari inside Amber Fort every evening. Another mind-blogging display that you shouldn’t miss is when the fort is drenched in honey-gold at sundown.

Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur

Often dubbed as Victory Fort, the Jaigarh Fort was built in 1726 by Jai Singh II to protect the Amber Fort, which lies on the foot of the Cheel Ka Teela. One of the most important features of the fort is the grand cannon, “Jaivana”, which was then the world’s largest cannon on wheels. The fort is crafted with a complex network of subterranean passages and comprises the Laxmi Vilas, Lalit Mandir, Vilas Mandir and Aram Mandir. Today the fort museum displays a wide range of antiques and armours belonging to several Rajput clans.

Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur

Overlooking the pink city of Jaipur, the Nahargarh Fort is perched on the edge of the Aravalli Hills. Built in 1734 as a summer retreat by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II… the fort was later extended by Sawai Ram Singh in 1868 and between 1883 and 1892 several palaces, including the Madhavendra Bhawan, were ramped up by Sawai Madho Singh. The extended walls of the fort connect the Jaigarh Fort. Throughout its history the fort maintained its lifelike structure as it never witnessed any attacks BUT was an hideaway to the British army during the Indian Rebellion of 1857 (Indian Sepoy Mutiny OR Indian Mutiny of 1857). Today it is one of the favourite tourist hangouts in the outskirts of Jaipur with the major attraction being the panoramic view of the Jaipur city and the step well. Within the fort complex there is a museum that displays a huge collection of armours and paintings. It also maintains a small rooftop restaurant where you can chill out for long hours.

Laxmangarh Fort, Shekhawati

One of the most imposing structures in the town of Laxmangarh, the Laxmangarh Fort is today a privately owned property and hence the entire fort is not open to tourists anymore. The fort was built in the 19th century by Rao Raja of Sikar, Laxman Singh. The unique feature of this fort is that the fort is built upon scattered pieces of huge rocks. Though visits to this fort are not permitted, tourists can still visit the temple and the Char Chowk Haveli nearby.

Mandawa Fort, Shekhawati

Unfolding some of the unique features of Rajasthani architecture, the Mandawa Fort is notable for its painted archways, paintings and mirror works. Built by Nawal Singh in the 18th century… the exquisite architectural work takes you back to the medieval era. It maintains a palace that houses several antiques. Today, the Mandawa Fort is one of the heritage hotels in Rajasthan.

Lohagarh Fort, Bharatpur

Located in the heart of Bharatpur town on an artificial island, the Lohagarh Fort is said to be the only “pride of India” that has able to defend the attacks of the Mughals and Britishers in the mid 18th century and early 19th century respectively. True to its name the fort was one of the strongest ever structures built in Indian history. The construction work was started in 1732 by the Jat ruler Maharaja Suraj Mal and was completed after 60 years. Each and every part of the fort has a story to tell. The Ashtadhatu Gate, which is the main entrance, and Lohiya Gate are made out of different metals, which were brought back from Delhi after the Jats won over the Delhi Sultanate. Originally the Ashtadhatu Gate, which is made up of eight different metals, used to be the gate of Chittorgarh Fort. It was carried to Delhi by Sultan Alauddin Khilji after he defeated the Rajputs in the 13th century.

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