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Rakht-Talai (Haldighati)

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Address: Khamnore Bus Stand | Haldighati, Nathdwara 313322, India
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The pride of Rajsamand District, "Haldighati" in known across the...

The pride of Rajsamand District, "Haldighati" in known across the globe for the chivalrous deeds of the great Maharana Pratap. 44 kilometers from Udaipur and 17 kilometers from Nathdwara it is nestled in the middle of the Aravali range. This narrow turmeric coloured mountainous region which played a stellar role in defending the honour of Mewar dynasty, is known as Haldighati.

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Good place and one must visit

One must visit this place. Its a good place. At that time when there were no roads, how Maharana Pratap and his team managed, is a question which needs to be pondered over. Great... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed January 1, 2017
ParshwaMurdia
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Udaipur, India
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Chennai
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A Must visit place to know about Rana Prathap Singh. The places was not clean and the movie show is average. Also they will play only in Hindi. You must to know Hindi to understand the history. I & my kids enjoyed this place,

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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This mountain range shud be more significant since is was where the rajputs fought the mughals but typically has been mismanaged and so poorly kept that we felt it could have been avoided altogether, just as a mark of dissatisfaction against why we can't better depict and better show off these periods in our heritage in a grander way so... More 

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Thank miteshmerchant
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 12, 2017

We were travelling our way to the Maharana Pratap Museum and we got an insight to the famous pass of Haldighati where the battle of Haldighati was fought . A wonderful yellow coloured pass defines the majestic view of the area.

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Thank JaYa P
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 6, 2017 via mobile

A narrow stretch between the mountains where actually the colour is yellow !! It reminds us of The Great Maharana Pratap who fought the Mughals away !! Was a good experience !!

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Thank Deepali S
New Delhi, India
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 3, 2017 via mobile

We visited the famous Haldighati where Maharana Pratap had given a tough fight to the Mughals. The narrow passage gave us a glimpse of what misery the Mughals had faced when they were trapped in Haldighati. A one time visit to revisit history is a must.

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Udaipur, India
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed January 1, 2017

One must visit this place. Its a good place. At that time when there were no roads, how Maharana Pratap and his team managed, is a question which needs to be pondered over. Great sacrifice for the country! Salute to those great people who saved our country! Please also visit the place Khamnor -- 3 kms from Haldighati. It is... More 

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 24, 2016

This is another classic example of how to neglect and ruin a historical site signifying glorius past. Battle of Haldighati (fought between Mahrana Pratap and Mughal forces) is referred to as one the greatest epic battles fought in history and this was the site. Haldighati is basically a mountain pass used by mughal forces and attacked by Rajputana forces. There's... More 

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Thank Prince_Parasher
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 19, 2016 via mobile

One of the historic place but that is it. Not so many things to explore and not too many people either.

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Thank Cpkaushik1
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 15, 2016

You can see the way used by mughal army during the haldighati battle. The soil is of "Haldi" color. But that is very common in India.

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Thank Shankar A
Mumbai (Bombay), India
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 13, 2016

Rakht Talai or HaldiGhati is the place where Rana Pratap's War and his style of leadership have been etched in the soils of the place. For any history buff this is a paradise of that part of history. The museum is very good. For those who dont know this is one battle that all Mewar kings and Rajputanas hold in... More 

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