Kumbhalgarh, see world’s second longest wall (Kumbhalgarh, See World’s Second Tallest Wall)

Kumbhalgarh, see world's second longest wall (Kumbhalgarh, See World's Second Tallest Wall)

Kumbhalgarh, see world’s second longest wall (Kumbhalgarh, See World’s Second Tallest Wall)

The Aravali hills spread far and wide attracts the visitors of Kumbhalgarh. Fruits filled with greenery and orange flowers of tissue everywhere, fascinate every tourist. So why not go for a walk in Kumbhalgarh to see the unique example of bravery and strength.

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Kubhalgarh Fort – the second longest wall in the world
The biggest attraction of Kumbhalgarh is the fort of Kumbhalgarh. It is the second largest and invincible fort in Rajasthan. The 36-km wall of this fort is the second longest wall in the world. In 2013, UNESCO included it in the list of World Heritage.

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Ranakpur Jain Temple: A wonderful example of Indian sculpture
The Jain temple at Ranakpur is dedicated to the Tirthankara Rishabhanath. This marble-built temple has a total of 1444 pillars, which have been carved separately. It is believed that no one has counted these pillars till date, because whenever one counts, one pole is reduced or one pole is more. The same number never comes. Rana Kumbha helped build this town and temple, hence it was named Ranakpur after his name.
In this temple you get a golden opportunity to see amazing Indian sculpture. The temple has four main gates. The Kalpataru tree has been made in front of the idol in the roof of the temple. It is believed that by standing under it and asking for a vow, God fulfills that vow. After the vow is complete, people definitely come back here to give thanks. Here, a statue of Lord Parshvanath is made with the head and body of 1008 snakes, whose tail is not found even after searching. Thousands of tourists come here everyday from India and abroad.

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Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary- Exciting Jeep Safari
If you want to experience the thrill of watching wild animals up close, then definitely enjoy the jeep safari at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. Here you will get to see all the wild animals like leopard, nilgai, sambar, langur. Along with this, you will also get to see many new birds. There is an area especially peacock, where you will see countless peacocks. During the jungle safari, you will also see many trees and plants, which the locals use for treatment. In this forest, you will see a special tree, named Ghost Ghost. Yes, this tree is very white in color, which shines at night, hence it is called Ghost tree. Here three safaris are done during the day and night safari is also arranged. If you want to see more and more animals, then go on safari in the last schedule of evening instead of morning.

Hamerpal lake – the thrill of seeing African catfish
African catfish present in thousands in the Hamerpal lake located in Taladri village of Kumbhalgarh attracts a lot of tourists. It was built by Maharana Hamir Singh before Mewar in the 13th century. Tourists visiting Kumbhalgarh Fort definitely come here. Villagers have placed a ban on catching fish here. This is the reason why the number of fish is increasing.

Club Mahindra: Magnificent hospitality in the lap of nature
Surrounded by the Aravalli mountain ranges, you feel the touch of nature at the Kumbhalgarh Club Mahindra Resort. Its swimming pool, fun zone, spa center and restaurant give you the opportunity to spend the best quality time. Surely you will take unforgettable memories from here.

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– Anita Singh

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Kumbhalgarh, see world's second longest wall (Kumbhalgarh, See World's Second Tallest Wall)

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Kumbhalgarh, see world’s second longest wall (Kumbhalgarh, See World’s Second Tallest Wall)

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The Aravalli hills spread far and wide attracts visitors from Kumbhalgarh. Fruits filled with greenery and orange flowers of tissue everywhere, fascinate every tourist. So why not visit the Kumbhalgarh to see the unique example of valor and strength

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