Badalgarh Fort , Dundlod , Rajasthan

Badalgarh Fort

Taking a gander at Badalgarh secured inside high dividers and roosted a top and a rough slope, you will effortlessly consider it as a real part of the most noteworthy fortresses of Shekhawati. It was worked by Nawab Fazl Khan at the end of the seventeenth century. In spite of the fact that it is viewed as one of the well known fortresses of Shekhawati, it was fundamentally worked as a stable to secure the camels and steeds. Hence, this castle comes up short on the 'sheesh mahals' or mirror royal residences and 'baradaris' or structures that is generally found in different royal residences. Aside from giving perspectives on the encompassing zones, the fortress has three tombs or 'makbaras' of the Kaimkhani nawabs. The tomb of Nawab Samas Khan is arranged toward the east of the town and the tomb of Bhawan Khan that was worked by Rohella Khan is arranged toward the west of the town. The Rohella Khan's tomb resembles a strong square that is bested by an arch.

The fortification is dissipated over an enormous zone and three dimensional structures with sand shading. It is probably the most seasoned fortification in Shekhawati district of Rajasthan. The fortification has couple of accumulations of weapons, utensils, crafted works and so on. The depictions over the divider inside the fortification are worth to be seen which incorporates Gods and Goddesses with bloom works of art. Yet, the fortification is presently smidgen on a dilapidating stage and as of now fixes works are going on in the split bit of the dividers. It is under the control of Tourism Authority of State Government who has stepped up to the plate and secure its inheritance. Security isn't tight as it's anything but a much investigated spot for the travel industry. Be that as it may, in most recent seven years, the recurrence of voyagers has expanded by around 18 percent. This fortification by and large delineates the way of life and rich legacy of this area which is worth to visit with your family.

Best Season: October - February