Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur is a symbol of glory and royalty; it is amongst the largest and most beautiful forts of India. The fort is one of the popular attractions frequented by tourists from all over the globe. The fort is a palace that might have been built by Titans and colored by the morning sun – Said by Rudyard Kipling. Mehrangarh Fort was built by Rao Jodha of the Rathore Dynasty in 1459. The fort derives its name from Mehr means sun and Garh mean fort. The Rathore dynasty was a believer in the sun which was the reason to name the fort as Mehrangarh Fort. The fort is made on Bhakur-cheeria which means the ‘Mountain of Birds’.
... There are two temples situated in the fort along with the rest of the building which was the work of different artists over 500 centuries. Also, there are various palaces located inside the walls of the fortress, which have their separate identities with intricate Rajasthani carvings and design. Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur is spread over an area of 5 km and is built on 125 m high hill in the outskirts of the city; it has 7 gates, which can be used to enter the fort. These 7 gates are built by different rulers.
Q. What Mehrangarh Fort is famous for?
Ans. Mehrangarh Fort is famous for its formidable walls, beautiful architecture, and cultural heritage.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Mehrangarh Fort?
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