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grand fory

its a old fort in rajasthan...it is made hundreds of years ago ..history is related to this... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
ankit p
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360 Degree View of Laxmangarh Town

The Fort is a ruined one but the guards at the top said the care-taker or the owner is converting... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2014
VibhorTulsyan
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3 Oct 2017
“Don't waste your time.”
21 Jun 2017
“grand fory”
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Laxmangarh, Shekhawati, India
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

Seriously has anyone visited it, we were told vehicle can go but we found that maybe if we had a 4/4 vehicle we would have made a attempt though it was a short drive. I It was too slippery to risk a walk and were...More

1  Thank YashGoyal
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

its a old fort in rajasthan...it is made hundreds of years ago ..history is related to this place...many tourist cum to see this fort

1  Thank ankit p
Reviewed 4 January 2017

The fort is one of its kind in Shekhawati region.It's architecture makes it unique,having being constructed on rocky pieces of mountain..Although the fort is now a private property , but a temple over there is open to public. The fort gives a beautiful view of...More

Thank ratan singh s
Reviewed 6 November 2016 via mobile

It is a private property.it is very well maintained.the rooms are comfortable with attached bathroom.the view is 360 degree from the ramparts of the fort.you get an excellent view of laxmangarh.the fort is one of kind built on rocks.you have to climb up the Fort.there...More

Thank NirmalaS158
Reviewed 6 October 2015 via mobile

Batchmates meet was organised at the fort and stay was for two nights.This trip was sponsored by the one of the owners who is a Batchmate. Fort has been nicely restored with modern facilities. Fort is still a private property of owners .

Thank asinghee
Reviewed 8 April 2015

This unique small fortress is built on scattered pieces of massive rocks. The fort is now private property. Only the climb up the ramp to a temple is open to public. From the temple one gets a view of the town.

1  Thank Mayur S
Reviewed 10 December 2014

The Fort is a ruined one but the guards at the top said the care-taker or the owner is converting it to a Heritage Hotel. The Fort has a small temple in it and people come from all over India to worship their ancestral town's...More

2  Thank VibhorTulsyan
Reviewed 21 July 2014

Lakshmangarh fort is nicely build and well managed, and presently owned by private people. It is situated just near by Rajasthan Roadways bus stand at Main town of Lakshmangarh. Lakshmangarh is onroute from Jaipur to Bikaner, 25 KMS away from Sikar and 148 kms from...More

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