Majestic and regal, Kumbhalgarh Fort is India’s ‘Great Wall’; On Manorama

Kumbhalgarh Fort has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. Thus, this royal fortress found a major place on the tourism map of India.. rajasthan forts. longest fort in india. second largest fort in india. kumbhalgarh fort.Outside Kerala. Outside Kerala destinations. North Indian Destinations. Places to visit in India. Places to see around the world

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Best Forts of Rajasthan and the Golden Triangle; Katie; The World On My Necklace

The main highlight of Katie’s month in Northern India was absolutely the forts. She don’t even need to think about it.

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Digital Nomad Life: Month Fifty Seven; Katie; The World on My Necklace

Month Fifty Seven of Digital Nomad Life was Katie’s last month of travel for a…

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Kumbhalgarh: The Great Wall of India; Heritage Daily

Kumbhalgarh is a Mewar fortress and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Aravalli Hills, in the Rajsamand district in western India.

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Life in Jaisalmer’s living fort; Azera Parveen Rahman; The Hindu

Built in 1156 by the king Rawal Jaisal, the fort has a population of around 5,000 people — mostly descendants of Brahmin and Rajput families who once lived here…

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The best places to travel in Jaipur: Top 4 tourist attractions in Jaipur, India; Medium.com

Discovering Jaipur, India, visitors will be overwhelmed with fortresses, palaces, royal-style buildings with pink highlights.

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These 10 Photos of Rajasthan Will Have You Gearing up For a Visit; Dilip Merala; India.com

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India’s Last Inhabited Fortress has 4000 People Living Rent-Free In It!; Gopi Karelia; The Better India

For more than 800 years, hundreds of families have lived inside this glorious desert citadel that’s also a Unesco world heritage site.

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10 beautiful places in Rajasthan; Asian Age

Ten places you must add to your wish list while travelling to Rajasthan.

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7 gorgeous pictures from Rajasthan that will make you fall in love with the state!; India Times

Saying Rajasthan is one of the prettiest and colourful states of India won’t be wrong. With olden cities like Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur and Udaipur, the state never ceases to amaze with its old-world charm and beauty. Home to mighty forts such as Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Amer Fort in Jaipur and Chittor Fort in Chittorgarh, and gorgeous palaces like Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner and Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur and Jal Mahal in Jaipur, the state of Rajasthan stuns in every possible manner. Describing the…

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More than 800 years, thousands of families live in historical fortress in India for free; Werin Hutasoit; NEWS24XX.COM

For more than 800 years, thousands of families have been living in the magnificent desert fortress in the Indian state of Rajasthan…

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The World Heritage Site Where Tenants Pay No Rent At All; Rose Heichelbech; Dusty Old Thing

This sprawling site is home to thousands.

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A Unesco castle where families live rent-free; Charukesi Ramadurai; BBC

For more than 800 years, thousands of families have lived inside this stunning desert fortress in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

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Gagron Fort: Visit Rajasthan’s lesser known Water Fort; Tarun Bhardwaj; Financial Express

Gagron is one of the most majestic forts in the state. It is one of the six forts of Rajasthan which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage site.

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A Journey Back in Time in Kumbhalgarh Fort; Pooja Patel; National Geographic India

While other forts in Rajasthan may boast more pomp and glamour, the 15th-century Kumbhalgarh fort boasts the longest wall fortification in India. Read more on Nat Geo Traveller India.

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Chittorgarh Fort in Rajasthan: The Complete Guide; Sharell Cook; Trip Savvy

Chittorgarh Fort is one of the biggest forts in India and has a lengthy and dramatic history. Learn more about the Fort and how to visit it in this guide.

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Kumbhalgarh- the fort with the world’s second longest wall; Nitin Gairola; Lonely Planet

Kumbhalgarh is more than just a hill fort in Rajasthan…

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Amber Fort; Atlas Obscura

This opulent 16th-century Maharaja’s palace is a unique mix of Hindu and Muslim designs.

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Chittorgarh Fort; Atlas Obscura

A former bastion of Rajput chivalry, this massive hill fort is the site of legend and tragedy.

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The Ancient Hill Fort of the ‘Golden City’; Atlas Obscura

The oldest still-inhabited hill fort in India looks like a magnificent golden sandcastle.

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