“ When you leave a beautiful place, you carry it with you wherever you go.”
The fort tells enchanting tales of the Maharaja’s of Jaipur who hunted for fun in the surrounding forest. Few scattered ruins add a mystical touch to this erstwhile royal abode, offering perfect backdrops for worldwide photography enthusiasts who wish to capture the magnificence of this sanctuary. Arriving to the fortresses foothills, you will see a seemingly endless set of stone steps awaitingconquest. While trekking up the architectural marvel, its inhabitant’s – the langur monkeys join you in your quest to discover of its historical customs and traditions. At the pinnacle of the fort, 700 feet above the surrounding meadows, lies a spectacular reward – mesmerizing views of the expansive tiger reserve. While walking through the forts interiors you will stumble upon as many as eleven fabulous Hindu and Jain temples that are revered by devotees from across the country. The main tourist attraction is the Ganesha temple, which attracts thousands of pilgrims year after year. Tourists are welcomed to go inside and pray and give some offerings – which you can purchase outside of the temple - to Ganesha.