Kumbalgarh is one of the most famous forts of India that is situated in Rajasmand district of Rajasthan and popular as “The Great Wall of India”. This fort involves longest wall of 36 kms and it is built by Maharana Kumbha of Mewar.
This fort has been constructed by keeping Vaastu in mind. Kumbhalgarh Fort is also the origin of Mewar’s famous King Maharana Pratap. It received UNESCO World Heritage Site in year 2013. It has reservoirs, distressed gateways, palaces, temples, residential buildings, pillars, umbrellas etc.
The entrance charge for an Indian tourist is INR 15 whereas for a foreign voyager is INR 100. The timings for fort are 8.00 AM to 6.00 PM everyday all through the year.
Kumbhalgarh fort involves 360 temples, among them, 300 are Jain temples and others are Hindu temple. The perfect time to explore Kumbhalgarh Fort is at the time between July to February.
Light and sound show also takes place from 6:45 PM in the evening which presents the rich traditions of royal Rajput’s through music and lights. The whole fort is light up for one hour and sight is simply royal.