This magnificent fort homestay lies in the foot of Aravalis, 37 km southwest fromthe city of Ajmer in Rajasthan. Built in the 16th century by Maharaja Rao SagatSingh Ji Kharwa, this fort has a legendary 500 year old history. Standing on the shores of a lake, this fort is occupied by the families who have been living here for generations. At Kharwa Homestay we assure you a royal yet comfortable and homely stay with traditional Rajasthani food a specialty. Adding to your memorable stay we offer jeep safaris, bird watching and a candle light dinner under the stars. For a calm and peaceful holiday, away from the pollution and noise of the cities, we can assure you a fund of memories as you step into the world of relaxation and tranquility. Things to do: 1) Barbeque dinner at the host's farm 2) Terrace candle light dinners 3) Village safari 4) Jeep safari 5) Personal interaction with the villagers 6) Visit to a potter's house. Message from the host to the guest: Kharwa Fort is one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture, tucked away in the Aravalli Hills around 37 kms south-west of Ajmer (Rajasthan). This 500 year old magnificent fort is situated on the shores of a calm and peaceful lake. Open spaces, stone clad exteriors, beautiful windows and arches, courtyards, galleries, richly decorated walls and the overall view of the village from the fort are marvelous. Within the walls of this magnificent fort lies great history and two temples where widely known festivals such as Holi and Diwaliare celebrated along with traditional festivals like Gangore and Janmastmi (birth of lord Krishna) which add to the colours of the Indian heritage. This fort offers royal Rajput hospitality, personally overseen by the family; must for people looking for a calm and peaceful environment to relax their souls.