Kumbhalgarh Fort is one of the five hill forts of Rajasthan that were declared the UNESCO world heritage site in 2013. It is situated in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan and lies 82 kilometres northwest of the city of Udaipur. Constructed on the foothills of Aravalli ranges, it is surrounded by thirteen hill peaks of the ranges and is perched at an elevation of 1,914 m.
Built by local Maurya rulers (often confused with imperial Maurya Rulers) in 7th century A.D, the Chittorgarh fort in Udaipur is one of the largest in India. The Chittorgarh Fort, plainly known as Chittor is spread majestically over a hill of 590 feet in height and is spread across 692 acres of land is a fine example of the popular Rajput architecture.
The beautifully built Bujera Fort is a luxury hotel that provides you with the experience of being home away from home. It is located on the Aravalli Hills across Lake Pichola providing you with a perfect view of architectural marvels in Udaipur. It also offers unobtrusive staff services with a majestic design of rooms and the entire hotel, that one can never forget this experience.
Bundi is a small town in the Hadoti region of Rajasthan, which lies 250 km away from the capital city of Rajasthan and 39 km from Kota. The town is famous for its picturesque forts, steep-wells (baolis), palaces, lakes, and reservoirs. Moti Mahal is one of the unmatched attractions of the town. Along with the historic beauty of this fort in Udaipur, you can also enjoy the panoramic view of the arid Aravali hills in the backdrop along with the view of the ancient Nagal Sagar Lake.
These forts make a significant part of the history of Udaipur such that not visiting them would limit not only your knowledge but also your experience of the city. Drop a visit to these forts in Udaipur to make the most out of these preserved cultural artefacts before we lose them to history.