India has the world’s second highest high wall. This wall is located in Kumbhalgarh village of Rajasthan. Kumbhalgarh Fort is located in the southern part of the state. Rana Kumbha made it in the 15th century. Tourists can enjoy the delightful scenery from around the fort. There are more than 360 temples inside this fort, 300 out of which are the Jain temple and the remaining Hindu temples. This fort is also protected from the strong shield of the hills of Aravali from all sides. It is the longest wall after China’s wall. Take 15 years to complete the construction of this fort.
The width of this fort wall is so great that 10 horses can run on it at the same time. It is also an acknowledgment that Maharana Kumbha used 50 kg of ghee and 100 kg of cotton to work in his fort for night work, which would be used to light large lamps. There are seven gates for entry inside the fort, in which Ram gate, Pagr gate, Hanuman gate etc. are famous. There are a total of 360 temples inside this fort, in which there are 300 Jain temples and also 60 Hindu temples. Of these, the significance of the temple of Nilkanth Mahadev is more than the other temples.
Visitors can easily reach this place by rail, airway or road. The nearest airport to Kumbhalgarh is Maharana Pratap Airport of Udaipur, foreign tourists can reach New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport here. From here, you can reach Kumbhalgarh by a taxi or bus. Foreign tourists can reach here from New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. Falna Junction is also the closest to the railway station Kumbhalgarh. Private and government buses are available to reach Kumbhalgarh from Udaipur, Ajmer, and Jodhpur.