Forts and Palaces of India have always attracted and fascinated so many tourists. Every year a lot of people from outside the nation come to visit these royal abodes.
We all know that India is a country of Kings and their tales. In which the state of Rajasthan is named after the Land of The Kings (“Raja ka Sthan”).
And for the proof we can see the number of Forts and Palaces built in the state. The size of some of them are so famous that the fort of Kumbhalgarh has the second longest wall of the world after the Great wall of China.
The weapons Protecting these forts are also huge in size, they are still preserved in the museums of these forts. Back in time these forts are and their walls are made to protect the citizens of that particular region. Inside these walls you will get to see complete cities built; in there.
As in; Jaipur the Capital of Rajasthan, you will see the famous seven gates commonly known as “The Parkotas” built on the walls of the Pink city. And inside it the complete old jaipur is still running up and tight. The way to the forts and palaces of the royals are from inside the gates.
Rajasthan Consists of some famous Forts and Palaces, their names are as follows,
- Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
- Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur
- Jaipur City Palace
- Amer Fort and Palace, Jaipur
- Palace of Wind (Hawa Mahal), Jaipur
- Rambagh Palace, Jaipur
- Lake Palace, Udaipur
- City Palace, Udaipur
- Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
- JaisalMeru fort, Jaisalmer
- Chittorgarh Fort, Chittorgarh
And many more, you will find a palace or a fort in every district of Rajasthan, which are converted into a heritage site or a museum and open to the common people. Because the people of Rajasthan are still the most cultural, royal and colourful People. In Rajasthan the royal families are still living with their people, and their respected status is still preserved and maintained by the Government and by the people too.
You will feel the essence of royalty in the royal state of India that is Rajasthan. These Forts and Palaces play a very crucial and Important role in the life of the people of the state.
It reminds us of our past, our victory over the darkness. It reminds people of sensible living with very less objectives in life. Whether you are a kid or a mature adult, you will get lost in the stories of these forts and palaces. You will feel that every wall has its own tale, these tales are depicted over then in a form of a painting.
The artifacts that are preserved in the forts and palaces, tell their fables and give a look of the past, of why it is made and for what it is used. Each and every thing in these royal adobes has a great objective.
Not only from an archaeological perspective, but with a science perspective too, they are made. These forts and palaces have a complete built up form with a great understanding of Vastu Shastra, or Feng Shui.
The placement of fountains, water and waste management, cavalry placement, weapon development, Royal Halls, Dinings, Formal Dinings, Polo Grounds, Parkings, etc, are so ideologically placed. I just recommend=d to book a trip to Rahasthan and Rejuvenate yourself in eternal Royalty.