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Review of Ranthambore Fort

Ranthambore Fort
Ranked #142 of 966 things to do in Rajasthan
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Reviewed 27 May 2014

Ranthambore Fort is situated in Ranthambore National Park. One can easily get a jeep to reach there. Fort has one of the best architecture. For viewing the full fort one has to climb many stairs so it is advisable not to visit for the persons who have some walking/climbing problem. Fort contains a Ganesh Temple, Kalika Temple, Jain Temple including some other temples.

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Reviewed 23 March 2014

the walk to the top of the fort entails a lot of steps so not for those with mobility problems, the ride on the jeep to get there was through part of the park and we got to see many types of animals and birds, the fort itself sit on top of a large hill and when you get there the views are well worth the walk up the 170 or so steps we were lucky to have guide who knew what he was talking about and was also a park ranger so knew where to look for the wildlife on the way up and dowm the track

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Reviewed 10 March 2014

Ranthambore Fort was a full day visit. Well worth a visit
What a glories building and design . I am very proud about our culture and religion
More funny there are more monkeys sitting beside you and walking on the wall.
Only the things people always love forever (little child and monkey activates)
Don’t miss Please visit Ganesh temple

Thank baskar v
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Reviewed 28 February 2014

Happened to go to Sawaimadhopur for the Ranthambore national park, but just saw on tripadvisor as one of the key attractions... this massive medieval piece of history that has changed ownership quite a few times. The location is easy , but a fair bit of walking , so wear your trekking shoes! It was it much more my not so athletic 9yr old daughter.
Lots of religious tourists also happen to go for: Ganesha temple, Shiva temple, Kankali (Kali) mata temple, Lakshminarayan temple. Inside the spread out grounds you have a mosque, Hamir palace, dargah, lakes, queens' palace....
Being a photo Fanatic, loved the ample opportunities, great architecture, loads of birds and animals...peacocks and parrots and Languors at every corner! We took a local guide, who kept took us around or we might have missed out on few places and details.
Its by no means as grand as Amber fort in Jaipur & Merangarh fort in Jodhpur, But certainly worth a visit...It is low profile and slightly under maintained!

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Reviewed 24 February 2014

Ranthambore fort is a large fortification built in a remote area, but only a short drive from the main hotels. There is one of the major Hindu temples at the top of a reasonably easy climb. There are lots of pilgrims heading to the temple and a bustling little local complex of stalls by the temple. The walls and gateways are impressive.
What for me was disappointing and spoilt the whole day out was the state of the place. Lots of litter completely took away from the natural beauty of the spot. We saw several of the devotees of the temple quite blatantly throw litter on the ground. The paths were in disrepair and a lovely little temple being used by pilgrims had a generator chugging away just outside.
If this place had a lot of money spent on it could be a major attraction.

1  Thank Mike M
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