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Definitely the most commercialised fort I visited in Jaipur. Which is sort of a shame as it takes away from the history of the fort. The views over the city are absolutely break taking though and well worth the visit and entry fee.
The fort belongs to the Royal Family of Rajasthan. The fort hosts the biggest cannon on wheels, wich is never used for war purposes, but only once for a trial use. The caused damage was very big, so, they never tryed it again. As everywere...More
It was good but not worth as per the cost of tickets....Took 500 per person, even for children above 5 years....Was good but not worth the money spent....They give us only 5 min in total inside the sheesh mahal...After that they ask us to leave...More
One of the beautiful forts in Jaipur..around 30 km from the Jaipur city..Entrance gate is beautiful and you can enjoy fruit chat and other sweet and salty eatables at the entrance gate..Inside you can view the Jaipur city from one point...Restaurant is there...hoverboard riding facility...More
The fort is awesome .it fantastic i have been there many times.Nice place to have a Photography session .City of jaipur can be seen to ever corner from here ,,it have a hotel too on its terrace its terrace is awesome For photography many people...More
There is reason why I asked to enter this fort 2 n a half Hours before sunset.
1. First enter the Sheesh Mahal (Glass Palace), which is indeed very beautiful. Its well maintained Mahal which glitters like diamond. Entry fees is 500 INR per head....More