The fortress is a beauty in itself and the rainy weather just provides the perfect ambience for classic photos. Still the place needs to be curated properly for tourists.
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A good fort , but go for aamer fort in jaipur . thats better,and for this, many people opt to get a bike on rent to go there, I wont suggest to do that
Good place to visit if u r headed to Udaipur. It's 70 kms approx frm Udaipur ..U can book a cab for half day to visit multiple locations like kumbalgarh fort n jain temple. U will enjoy latter the most n do remember to eat...More
This places was a brief relaxing moment after all the noise and stress of the big cities in India. We didn't have so much time to visit it, the place is huge, and you can wonder around every place without too much guidance or control....More
Good for a half day trip. Nothing much to see in there except the spectacular view of surrounding area from the top. The road to reach to the entry gate need a major repair. Sound and Light show have scope of improvement but the story...More
I had to choose between Kumbhalgarh and Chittorgarh. Co-travellers were keen on latter and even on Mount Abu. But I insisted on this choice based on online reviews. So I visited the place with much trepidation. If it was "just ruins" as some claimed, I'd...More
The fort is touted to be the second longest fort wall after The Great Wall of China. That is the only good thing, It looks majestic and imposing. The place is a state of decay and bad maintenance, the approach road is very narrow and...More
Wonderful to know the history of the fort & the sheer factfile of it - the 2nd longest wall after the Great Wall of China. The approach is very narrow so that leads of lot of vehicular traffic. I'd recommend to visit this site at...More
Form the satellite view u can see the the great WALL of this ford, there are more then 300 temples with in the boundary which includes different religion.