The fort of Kishangarh was built in 1649 by Maharaja Roop Singh, which is a perfect example of tremendous glory of both the solemn styles. The fort is also named after its ruler and is popularly called Roopangarh Fort. The fort was once the capital of a princely state ruled by the Rathores and had one of the finest schools of miniature paintings in the 18th century known as the Bani Thani style.
Explore the remains of the Kishangarh fort, the deep moated walls, strategically created to make it difficult for invaders or enemies to enter the fort. Various sections of the fort reveal beautiful and compelling architecture, small and large halls, jail cells, granaries and a large two storied, Durbar hall. The fort also shows the best example of latticed windows of that period specially made for queens and other ladies to sit and view the proceedings without letting people see them directly.
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