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kumbhalgarh Tours

A stunning edifice in the magnificient history of medieval India, Kumbhalgarh in Rajasthan offers a scenic tourist spot. This appealing and exceptional location entices tourists with its exquisite monuments, royal Chhathris and glorious palaces. Nested in the foothills of the pebbly mountains, this magnificient place reminds one of the valor and heroism of the legendary Rana Kumbha, the indomitable spirit behind the colossal stronghold of Rajput clan.

Tourist Attractions in kumbhalgarh

Kumbhalgarh Fort - Kumbhalgarh Fort was built by Maharana Kumbha in the 15th century. It is the second best fort in Rajasthan first being the Chittaurgarh Fort. The fort is at a distance of 6 km from the Kumbalgarh Sanctuary. This mighty fort contains over 300 temples. Badal Mahal or the Cloud Palace inside the fort gives scenic view of the city.The fort is 36 kilometers in length. The fort has the longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.

Wild Life Sanctuary - Kumbhalgarh Wild Life Sanctuary houses some of the rare species of animals. One can find activities of the wolf in the sanctuary which is not find in any other forests.

FAIRS and FESTIVALS - FAIRS & FESTIVALS Celebration of the Gher Ghoomer festival before the Chamunda Devi Temple has been a tradition of the local tribes for the last six centuries. Colourful crowds from all the surrounding villages congregate at this place to celebrate the festival with much enthusiasm. As part of the traditional celebrations, in one circle, young men belonging to the tribes inhabiting the region like the Bheels, Garasias, and Rawats dance to the mesmeric beat of huge drums. In another circle, village girls of these tribes spray and splash each other with colored water, singing songs replete with double entendres. A euphoria-inducing local brew laced with bhang is offered to anybody who is willing to accept the customary manwar (friendship cup).