It is one of the most well-known World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan. It is called the Water Fort and shows the beauty and richness of Rajputana construction. Covering an expanse of 700 acres
King Samprati of the Maurya Dynasty constructed Kumbhalgarh Fort in the sixth century at the foothills of the Aravalli Mountain Range.
Located atop a 700-foot-tall hill in Ranthambore National Park, this fort is in ruins, with only a few parts still standing.
Gagron Fort is notable for its queens and women who practised Jauhar to maintain their chastity. It is well-protected by water on three sides and Burj Hill on one.
On a high altitude, Raja Shri Mann Singh Ji constructed the majestic Amber Fort.
Built by Bhati Rajput Ruler Rao Jaisal, Jaisalmer Fort is also known as "Sone ka Quila" and is one of Rajasthan's most remarkable World Heritage Sites.
Keoladeo National Park, a renowned wildlife sanctuary in Bharatpur, is one of the most visited World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan.
It is one of the wonderful World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan. It is an astronomical observatory that was built by Prince Jai Singh II.