Kumbhalgarh..an unconquerable fort of Rajasthan! Birthplace of Maharana Pratap, this is the second most important fort after Chittorgarh!
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Neelkanth temple is famous for it’s monolith Shiva Linga and is one of the attraction within Kumbhalgarh fort.
Vedi temple of Kumbhalgarh is the only surviving remnant of all the sacrificial places of India. Rana Kumbha built this jain temple in AD 1457 to honor the sacrifice of the pilgrimage and to perform the rituals
Mamadev Temple, also known as Kumbha Shyam, is an amazing three shrine temple of Kumbhalgarh. Situated on the east of of famous Vedi temple.
Golerao group of temples is a group of nine niche temples placed among the inner circular walls within the great wall of Kumbhalgarh.
Badal Mahal means the palace of clouds. the royal palace of Kumbhalgarh. Placed on the highest peak of the fort, the palace plays role of Crown of the fort.
Great Wall of Kumbhalgarh is the second largest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. 38 kms continuous wall kept the fort undefeated till the date.