5 Indian Forts Whose Beauty is as Timeless as Their Age

Posted on September 26, 2019 by

India is incredibly rich when it comes to its ancient history. All the heritage monuments, forts, and palaces are some of the most intriguing tourist places in India. In different Indian cities, India has splendor forts beautifying its aura. The construction of these forts was done majorly during the colonial era in the reign of the British East India Company. They depict the history of India’s magnificent past.

Let’s check out the five best forts that are as timeless as their age:

Red Fort – Delhi

This early 16th-century fort is a historian’s paradise which is visually mind-blowing. It is a manifestation of extravagance hoisting the Indian tri-color flag every year on the Independence Day of India. So, do not miss out on this stunningly majestic fort which also has shops selling a host of wares inside. Enjoy the guided tour into this fort and its museums that carries the glorious past of India as well as the prospect of its sovereignty.

Mehrangarh Fort – Jodhpur

Unbeatable, intimidating and yet with bizarre haunting beauty, Mehrangarh Fort is a nugget that one must explore when visiting Jodhpur. This fort was built around 1460 by Rao Jodha and has withstood during many battles. According to historians, it is said that a hermit used to live in the premises of the fort and cursed Rao Jodha that the fort will face droughts. A lot of human sacrifices were made because of this curse. Intriguing, right? Take a trip down the history lane at this marvelous fort to hear more fascinating stories from the locals.

Jaisalmer Fort – Jaisalmer

In the spirit of Thar Desert, there lies the princely state of western Rajasthan, Jaisalmer. Amidst the desert city, a vast and magnificent Jaisalmer fort is located. The entire fortress is constructed of golden-colored sandstone, which is why it emanates a slightly iridescent hue in the sun. It’s recommended to go with a qualified guide who will take you around the proper places inside and let you know about the related historical events.

Chittorgarh Fort – Chittorgarh

You must have seen the epic movie Padmavat starring Bollywood’s best stars. Here we will talk about the star of that movie, the legendary Chittorgarh fort where the shooting of Padmavat was done. Arguably the most prestigious and beautiful fort in India, Chittorgarh Fort is the living testimony that represents the bravery of the great Rajput rulers of the country. In history, this fort was ransacked by Alauddin Khilji, Akbar and Bahadur Shar and is still standing strong after these invasions. Pretty much like how the movie Padmavat went off blowing the box office even after having a few the controversies.

Terekhol Fort – Goa

Picture Courtesy: Government of India

Whenever you travel to Goa, visiting Terekhol Fort is a must for all travel enthusiasts.  Maharaja Khem Sawant Bhonsle of Sawantwadi built this fort in the 17th century. The most exquisite thing about this fort is that it has a church known as the Church of St. Anthony, which was established in the year 1764. During May, the annual feast is organized in this church. One must look out for the enthralling view of the golden sand of Keri Beach and the Terekhol River from the fort. Terekhol Fort is located at the northern tip of Goa and is open all week from 9 am to 7 pm for exploration.

Planning to Drive to These Forts? Make Sure to Have Your Vehicle Insured

Lately, we have seen that people dig for road trips. They hop on their car or bikes and travel to leave the hustle-bustle of their busy life behind. During such road trips, mishaps on the road can happen. So, while you invest in your travel requirements like flight tickets, hotel bookings, food, and similar others, do not forget to buy vehicle insurance. With that, you’ll be covered with financial aid when on the road.

3 thoughts on “5 Indian Forts Whose Beauty is as Timeless as Their Age

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  • Good list! I love some forts in India are Terekhol Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Red Fort and many more. I am interested to visit some forts in my vacation! Thank you! Keep posting?

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