The Indian state of Rajasthan is known for its royal heritage. Constitute by the union of the many princely states dominated chiefly by Rajputs. Several of these palaces and forts are related with vital historical events as well. Nahargarh Fort, together with different 2 forts viz., Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, once shaped a powerful defence for Jaipur town. Designed by maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734, this fort was real name was Sudarshangarh Fort. Later, it had been given a replacement name, Nahargarh which implies 'abode of tigers'. Set in one among the oldest mountain ranges of the planet, the Aravalli Hills, this fort provides you a wide ranging read of the scenic surroundings. One among the foremost holidaymaker attraction of Jaipur, Nahargarh Fort is famous for its extended wall that connects it to the Jaigarh Fort.
|Nahargarh Fort Figure 1|
The fort was principally made on Indo European form of design which is that the reason behind its ethereal interior. Except alternative different buildings among the premise, there's a 2 storied building solely assigned for king and queens’ residence. This building was divided into 9 residences and every of the residences were equipped with bedchamber, kitchen, lobby, store, and toilet, severally.
There was an open air area in the fort which was called Diwan-I-Aam, where the ruler was meets his visitors, and to offer appropriate solutions to address issues related to grievances of common people used to sit. Apart from these structures, there have 2 temples: one temple was devoted to the spirit of Rathore prince, Nahar Singh Bhomia and the second one was devoted to the royal goddess of the Rajput Dynasty ruling Jaipur. The name of entry gate was Tadigate. The massive Nahargarh structure inspired from ‘Indo European' pattern of architect.
|Nahargarh Fort Figure 2|
Nahargarh Fort is of the many historical importances. All most all of the royal clans lived here. It’s conjointly mentioned n the history that the ghosts of Hindu kings square measure still haunting the forts. Specifically the king 'Nahar Singh Bhomia's ghost was a hindrance to designed this fort and a temple was designed in the fort to satisfy his soul. With the exception of haunting stories, the fort has witnessed several battles with Marathas. The ecu conjointly lived during this building at the time of revolt in 1857 by insurrection in the eighteenth century it witnessed large attacks from the Marata kingdom or the 'Maratwads'. This fort was a secured place and lots of battle tanks were there to safe bangle this fort from its enemy. The Jaipur town developed from here when native settlements accommodated aboard this fort.