While people always focus on Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and others for enjoying their vacation, Rajasthan’s unexplored gems are also getting into the list of the top attractions of the state by those who are looking for unique and serene vacation. One such interesting spot is the rugged Kumbhalgarh. It is a small quaint town located on the tail end of the mighty Aravalli ranges.
The region is famous for the massive fort, impenetrable walls, remains of ancient culture, stone pillars, carvings, wildlife sanctuary and much more. The place became visible to the other parts of the country during 15th century. By 19th century, it became a thriving region with invincible structures, bastions, watchtowers and a lush civilization.
This region holds the second longest wall in the world, next to the Great Wall of China. Most of the attractions of this region lies inside the fort structure, which includes 230 and more temples, various walls, art works, sculptures and much more. This 700-year-old fort still stands as a strong remainder of the opulent history of the land, finding the passage of time. This is the land of heritage and culture.
If you are up for the trip, you can take up heritage walks, which is a common activity among those who awe at the beauty of history and culture. This heritage site is celebrated with an annual festival, which recognizes the culture and architectural intelligence of the land. You can find many rural games, cultural celebrations, light and sound shows and others during this festival, inside the fort of Kumbhalgarh.