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Vedi Temple, Kumbhalgarh

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  • Only monumental, nothing to explore. Located within the Kumbalgarh fort. Need some write up to understand the history.  more »
  • One of the temples within the fort walls. A lovely place to explore and walk round. Very interesting.  more »
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  • Its a complex with 3 different structures including a yagya shala and a Jain temple. Superb architecture & lovely sculptures
  • KUMBHALGARH BIRTHPLACE OF MEWAR'S LEGENDARY KING, MAHARANA PRATAP Kumbhalgarh, a small town in district Rajsamand is known world wide for its great history and architecture. Here lies the great Kumbhalgarh fort which was built during 15th century by Maharana Kumbha. Enlarged during 19th century, this fort is also the birth place of Maharana Pratap, the great king and warrior of Mewar. This almost invincible fort is the highest and most formidable in the state of Rajasthan. Even the mighty mughal couldn’t capture it alone and it took the combined armies of Delhi, Amber and Marwar to breach its defences. Standing majestically on 1180m high ridge and representing the past glory of the Rajput rulers, the Fort also provides a panoramic view of the countryside from the top. Thirteen mountain peaks of the Aravali range protect this impregnable fortress. Seven huge and imposing gates stand like sentinels at the approaches and seven ramparts, one being folded within another with crenulated walls strengthened by rounded bastions and immense watch towers, make this an impregnable mountain fortress. It's serpentine 15 kilometres long wall is thick and broad enough for eight horses to ride abreast. This wall is second longest only to the 'Great Wall of China'. This grand fort also has 360 temples within the walls.

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