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Reviewed 18 February 2018

A very old fort with nice view. So nicely created by rajput king!! Every cornet has a secret history. Unbelievable creation by Rajput king. Lot many history was there, better take a guide and listen carefully. sanitation facility is there.

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Reviewed 18 February 2018

We recommend that you make time in your schedule to visit this very atmospheric old fort within Ranthambore National Park. We went with a guide (not sure you can do it without) who made the history come alive for us and escorted us to all the best viewpoints - some of the views were breathtaking. It has not been restored and that made it even more special, people still use it and local visitors to the temple came and went around the very few tourists present. A must see if you are into historic old buildings!

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Reviewed 2 February 2018

This majestic fort is the landmark of Ranthambore National Park. Situated about 5kms inside the wildlife reserve, Ranthambore Fort is the marvel of the Chauhan dynasty. The construction of the fort began in 944 AD under the rule of King Sapaldaksha but it was during the time period of Rao Hammir Deo Chauhan that the fort took shape.

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Reviewed 27 December 2017

If you are a history buff, this is a great old fort to visit. It is in a bit of shambles now, but you can see the architecture and story behind the fort. The views from the top of the fort are amazing, the walk and climb is steep, despite the stairs. So you do need to be really fit to visit. You can also see many water bodies inside the park from here and if you have binoculars you can also spot wild life. We took a guided tour to the fort and our guide was both insightful and informative.

Thank Amit S
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

The Fort has its own story to tell away from the National Park. The design of the stairs, the walk upto the top, which must have been a challenge for the invaders trying to gain entry, to the breath taking view and bits and pieces of history scattered all over, the Fort has it all. It also has an old Ganesh Temple where the locals go to pray even today. Its a must visit for photographers too.

Thank september69
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