Rajsamand is a very small city in the south of India’s biggest state, Rajasthan. Despite its size, Rajsamand packs a huge punch, it has a variety of things to offer to you. Here we have compiled the Top places to visit in Rajsamand that will leave you spell bound and will make you appreciate this unheard city even more:
Kumbhalgarh Fort - Kumbhalgarh Fort was built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha, It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. The Fort is famous for the second largest continuous wall on the planet after the Great Wall of China. The fort is a great example of Rajput architecture and its wall is one of its key elements.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary - Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is one of those places which are best for treating your eyes with the wonderful creation of nature. It is the only sanctuary in Rajasthan having more than 40 wolves. The wolves here are quite active as compared to other sanctuaries in Rajasthan.
Nau Chowki Pal - Located 3 kilometers away from Kankroli, Nau chowki or nine pavillions/ghats were constructed by Maharana Raj Singh on the embankment of the Rajsamand lake.
Dewair - At the Northern edge of Mewar, Dewair is situated between the mountain ranges spread in close proximity of Kumbhalgarh and Madaria. In the olden times, it had been under the domination of different tribes from Mer to Deora Rajputs.
Nathdwara - Shrinath ji temple, the focal point of Nathdwara, is a place of worship dedicated to the younger representation of the Hindu God Lord Krishna. Nathdwara, which literally means Gateway of the Lord is home to the renowned Pichhwai art.
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