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Nahargarh fort

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Entrance Fee: 50 per person
Visiting Time: All days of the week 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Visit Duration: 1 to 2 hours

Nahargarh fort
One of the fascinating forts of the desert state Rajasthan is the Nahargarh Fort which was built by Sawai Ram Singh ll in 1734 AD. The fort is located on the magnificent Aravalli Hills and is completely associated with the royal heritage of the Rajput rulers and is used as the defensive fort. The mesmerizing view and the scenic beauty of the region along with the architectural beauty will impress every traveler. Previously known to be Sudarshangarh Fort this amazing structure is much nearby to Ranthambore National Park.

All about the appealing construction
During the time of construction the work was interrupted by the spirit of the dead prince of Rathore Nahar Singh. In order to avoid this destruction to the work the king built a small temple and named the fort with the name of the dead prince.  The fort Nahargarh is surrounded with huge hills and there is a wall that connects it with Jaigarh fort. This breathtaking construction of the makes it to be a very special structure and the fort was the hunting palace of the royal families. It is located in an alluring scenic background of the vast hills and Nahargarh means adobe of tigers. The whole construction style of the fort reflects the luxurious Rajputana style and the glorious harmony.
The Madhavendra Bhawan of the Nahargarh Fort is an amazing part and the rooms of the women in the fort speak the art and culture of Rajputs. The charming interior and the other carvings make the Nahargarh fort much special, in the colorful state Rajasthan.

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