A Trip to the Kumbhalgarh Fort


The road to Kumbhalgarh already gave me that big impression that I see India as I expected it to be. Local women in sheer, flowing, colorful sarees, balancing pots, twigs, and cow feeds on their heads. Local men donning big turbans, cows and camels wandering slowly just everywhere in our sight.

Kumbhalgarh fort is not just another fort we visit in India. It is the second largest wall next to the Great Wall of China. It is a fantastic, remote, fulfilling romantic expectations and vividly summoning up the chivalrous, war-like Rajput era. The fort’s walls are too long that it will take days to walk around it.

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