Get lost in the beautiful sunset view of India's Nahargarh fortress

Nahargarh Fort - an architectural work not only of great historical value but also an ideal place for you to admire a sparkling sunset of the mysterious and dreamy Jaipur city.

About the Nahargarh fortress India

Nahargarh Fort is located on top of a dry hill in the Avaralli Mountains, in the city of Jaipur in the state of Rajasthan, India. It was originally named Sudarshangarh but was later renamed Nahargarh, meaning "tiger's dwelling". Therefore, there are some people who call this place the Tiger fortress .
Together with the Amer cannon and the Jaigarh fortress, Nahargarh forms a solid defensive line for the ancient city and is an attractive attraction for today's tourist Jaipur .

Nahargarh fortress history

In 1734 AD, Prince Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II built the historic Nahargarh fort to provide a solid defense system for the city. 
Later, however, it was used as Maharaja's hunting ground in Jaipur and witnessed some notable historical events such as treaties with Maratha forces who fought Jaipur in the 18th century and told protecting Europeans in the region during Indian revolt in 1857.
In 1868, this project was renovated and expanded by King Sawai Ram Singh with the cost of more than Rs 3.5 million to become an attractive tourist destination today.

The impressive architectural beauty of Nahargarh fortress

Nahargarh Fort is made up of solid and solid walls nearly 50cm thick, stretching on the top of the hill to look like a "great wall of the Indian version".

Get lost in the beautiful sunset view of India's Nahargarh fortressSolid and solid constructions (Photo @puneetyadav)

The most prominent in the fort is the Madhavendra Bhawan castle with 9 separate two-storey blocks of houses for King Maharaja Ram Singh and 9 queens to live in.
The roof of each room in the palace is built on the image of the king's crown that looks very eye-catching. The walls, corridors and doors are decorated with intricate patterns to help visitors visualize the splendor and splendor of the buildings while still being the royal residence.
Besides, the cannons are still strewn around the walls to help us feel the strongest defensive capabilities of Nahargarh fortress in ancient times.
It is the impressive beauty of architecture that has made this place catch the "green eyes" of famous filmmakers, only to produce hit works such as: Shuddh Desi Romance, Rang De Basanti and Sonar Kella.

Interesting experience at Nahargarh fortress

There will be no place in Rajasthan for you to enjoy spectacular sunsets like Nahargarh fortress . 
When the faint rays of light radiating from the red sun are about to set, the whole space becomes fanciful, dreaming, standing on the castle at the fortress you not only feel the peace and tranquility of the city. The streets under the charming sunset can also be "so deep" to save the most sparkling moments.
Moreover, this is also a place where you can admire the splendid beauty of the pink city of Jaipur. Especially when the city lights up, the colorful lights at the foot of the hill will make you fascinated not to leave to see.
If you want to see the most stunning and iconic buildings of this city like Chandra Mahal City Palace , Hawa Mahal Wind Palace ... then you definitely need to bring binoculars.
Once you have visited  the Nahargarh fortress , you should take a rest and dine in nearby restaurants such as Durg Cafeteria or Padao ... Food and drink is not only delicious but also very affordable. .

How to move to Nahargarh fortress India

You can rent a car or take a taxi to get to this fort, but because it is located on the top of the hill, you can also experience the feeling of walking along the steep and winding trail for 20 to 30 minutes from the road. Nahargarh Fort. This route will be more arduous but the road will be closer and you can enjoy the beautiful atmosphere and scenery along the way.

Some note when coming to Nahargarh fortress

Nahargarh Fort is open to tourists from 10 to 17:30 every day. However, visitors should not stay later than this time because it is surrounded by a dense deciduous forest with lots of wildlife so it is very dangerous at night.
Admission for Indians is Rs 20 per person, for foreigners it is Rs 50 per person. Indian students only need to pay 5 Rubles / person and foreign students will have to spend 25 Rubies / person to visit.
You are allowed to bring a camera and phone with you to take photos and videos, however, there will be an extra charge for this activity.
The best time to visit  Nahargarh India is from October to February because the weather is quite cool, convenient for sightseeing and sightseeing.
What are you waiting without book a trip to India to visit the illustrious, imposing Nahargarh fortress !

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