Taragarh Fort Overview

Taragarh Fort, located in Bundi, Rajasthan, is a formidable hilltop fortress built in the 14th century. Known for its robust architecture and panoramic views of the town, it holds historical significance as the site of battles and political events. The fort houses structures like Rani Mahal and Garh Palace, featuring intricate frescoes and sculptures. Taragarh Fort is a captivating testament to Rajasthan's martial past and architectural grandeur, attracting history enthusiasts and tourists alike.

Famous among the places to visit in Bundi as the first hillside fort in the country, this extensive bastion was built in 1354. This massive 1426-foot high construction has three entrances marked by imposing gateways engraved with elephants. Discover historic Taragarh Fort on enchanting Rajasthan tourism packages journey.

Inside, you can explore gigantic reservoirs carved out of the rock and the Rani Mahal dedicated to queens. The largest battlement called Bhim Burj features a huge cannon seat called 'Garbha Gunjan' or the 'Thunder from the Womb'. The fort also contains several tunnels used to escape from enemies in the ancient times.

Location: Nahar ka Chauhatta,15 minutes from Bundi.

Entry fee: Rs. 100/-

Timings: 9 am – 5 pm.

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