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The drive to Kumbalgarh Fort is spectacular, winding through idyllic rural scenes where women dressed in colourful saris work the wheat fields or plough and draw water with oxen.

About the fort

Kumbhalgarh Fort
The sprawling fort stands 1,100 metres up in the Aravalli Hills with 36 kilometres of walls encompassing 365 temples, palaces, gardens and 700 cannon bunkers. Built in the 15th century, the fort was only taken once by the Mughal Emperor Akbar who was himself forced to abandon it two days later.

We recommend you visit as a day trip from Udaipur, Narlai or Jojawar.

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