Kumbhalgarh Fort "The Great Wall of India"

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Kumbhalgarh Fort is known as “The Great wall of India” as well as known for its great history and architecture in world wide. The great Kumbhalgarh Fort was built in 15th century by King Maharana Kumbha. In 90th century, the land was giving us another birth that was the great King Maharana Pratap. The Fort has second largest well in the world and the Wall extends over 36 K.M around the Perimeter of the Kumbhalgarh Fort. After Chittorgarh Fort, it is second most beautiful and important Fort, situated at Rajasmand district in Rejasthan. The Kumbhalgarh Fort is only 64 km away from Udaipur city.

About The Wall

The Great Wall of India

The Kumbhalgarh Fort is surrounded by a grand, wide and strong Wall which is on around 36 km long and its width of the wall varies from 15 to 20 feet. The Fort and Wall was built in 15th century. It is second largest wall after the Great Wall of China. In the history books mentioned that on the wall eight horses could run side by side. In this Grand Fort, you can see around 350 temples within the wall. When shell you go for kumbhalgarh fort, a few miles before, you will find yourself a zigzag road through thick forest.

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