Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
KUMBHALGARH WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Of course, there are many buildings and monuments recognized that seeks the attention of a large number of tourists. Among the far stretched list of beautiful structures are the Kumbhalgarh Fort and Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary located in Rajasthan. This fort and the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary are the most popular tourist attractions in India known universally for many characteristics. Some people love to visit temples and sanctuaries; some visit those places to capture what is exceptional and worthwhile. For both cases, there are many temples around the place where travelers can go. Some of these popular temples are Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Muchchal Mahadev Mahavir temple that witnesses a large number of followers every year.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is positioned at the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. Covering a total area of 578 square kilometers and extending through the Aravalli mountain ranges, it surrounds parts of Udaipur, Rajsamand, and Pali. The wildlife sanctuary encompasses the historic Kumbhalgarh Fort and also bears the name of the fort. This dense mountainous forest of Kumbhalgarh will definitely be a pleasant surprise for those who believe that Rajasthan is a desert state. The green tract of the park forms a dividing line between the 2 parts of Rajasthan that includes – Mewar and Marwar. The area where the Sanctuary is located was once a royal hunting ground and became what it is today in 1971. Another charm of the sanctuary is the diverse topography of which it boasts. The eastern part is bordered by the Aravalli chains that hover over an altitude of 3,748 feet. The Banas River also adorns the sanctuary and is the main source of water. The natural beauty of the sanctuary attracts tourists from all over.
When the sun begins to slowly ascend through the sky, the tall grass on the sides of the road shines at the first light of day. The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a golden field, but none of its residents are sunbathing. Then a falcon-eagle with a crest pounces on one of the branches, its prominent crest swinging up and down. The view is spectacular from the point where we find ourselves in Mahuti Khet, a dense group of Mahua trees, also a favorite haven for langurs. We can see the Kumbhalgarh Fort, which has given its name to the sanctuary. The fort rises above the forest, an image of formidable isolation. We get off the jeep, stopping at this patch of crispy trees, until the driver, anxious to keep going, Taking jeep and horse safari at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. All are so excited in the forest and outside also.
They are the other places to visit in Kumbhalgarh.
Exploring Kumbhalgarh Fort: – Kumbhalgarh Fort is included in the 5 forts of the Rajasthan prominence that were affirmed as the World Heritage Site through UNESCO. It’s constructing on the foothills of the Aravalli mountain ranges. It is cited in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan and 82 kilometers away from the city of Udaipur. Actually, this is the masterpiece of the Indian Architecture and main magnating thing that it is located in the middle of a forest that why this forest known as the The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. It is the second and most important fort of Mewar of Rajasthan after the palace of Chittorgarh. Under the reign of the kings of Mewar in Rajasthan, the magnificent castle was constructed by the Rana Kumbha between 1443 and 1458. This fort’s also known for the great architecture and his name was Mandan, who was a very prominent engineer of that time. The Kumbhalgarh fort was ingeniously considered on the top of a hill to offer the deliberate position to the Mewar kings to save from harm those from opponent harass and this the main reason it’s known as the 2nd most significant fort of Rajasthan.
Sound and light show at the Kumbhalgarh Fort: – If you stay and spend time near Kumbhalgarh Fort then you can enjoy actually attractive and appealing glow and echo show. The show performed at the night, under the beautiful sky. It’s eye-caching view that touches your heart.
Haldi Ghati: – From Kumbhalgarh Fort you can go for the Haldi Ghati, that is known as the secret of the entrance to the battleground where the war between the Maharaja Pratap and Akbar were held. And also known with another name that is Rakht Talai. Even though, it is not prettiness in view, but very attractive for lovers.
India is a country universally recognized for its heritage, culture and diversity. It can be interestingly called a rainbow of numerous nuances compiled together to represent what everyone can have. From the monuments to the illustration, from the food to the traditions, India has thrown a carpet of innumerable gems that excites the souls that travel.
- Destination:India, North India, Rajasthan Tour, Rajsamand
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