Famous for :
History Buffs Experience Seekers Photo Fanatics Wanderers
85 Per Person for Foreign Tourists and Rs.35 for Indians
Visiting Time :
All days 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Visit Duration :
Around 1 hour
Located at a distance of 15 kms from the Pink City of India, Jaipur the magnificent royal construction Jaigarh Fort grabs the attention of travelers with its unique approach. Particularly the carvings on the walls make it stand as an architectural wonder along with its rainwater harvesting system. This striking construction stands at the top of the Aravalli ranges with several interesting features.
Mostly known as the Fort of Victory this particular fort is constructed to store the weapons and other military utilities. During the rule of Rajputs and Mughals the desert state was a major center of artillery production. Right now every traveler can see the used weapons and other war utilities that are preserved and displayed in the fort museum.
The royal structure reflects the medieval construction style and is filled with various marvelous exquisite interiors. The huge and stunning construction Jaigarh Fort was built during the period of Jai Singh ll between 15th to 18th centuries using the red sandstones. This was once the fort, which is responsible for the safety and security of both Jaipur and Amer from rivals. Also the majestic fort has the complexes to store the huge weapons, cannons and other arms along with places like warriors assembly.
The gigantic canon Jaivana is the major attraction of the fort along with its exceptional military architecture and other attractions. Being a military campus this fort holds an armory which presents the swords, and other essential things mostly used in wars. The museum displays the puppets, artifacts, photographs and the war utilities of the Rajput rulers.