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Ajay Kacker
グルガーオン, インド1,639件の投稿
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The Ranthambore fort is situated on a hilltop, entry is from the Zone 1-5 tiger safari gate.

A tarmac and cobbled route leads up to the fort where ample parking is present.

Guides are aplenty who keep you engaged during the complete visit, negotiate well for the rates.

Complete visit takes over an hour, if one passes through the majestic gates, each with their own history. Architecture and reasoning surprises one with the thought behind the marvellous construction.

A rich history of benevolence and intransigence by King Hammir dev Chauhan, betrayal and deceit by his senapatis and the ulterior motives of Khilji, led to the ultimate ruin of the kingdom of Ranthambore. Do read Wikipedia on the same if you don't intend taking a guide.

Also be prepared for climbing a large number of steps and walking quite a bit, if you intend visiting the 3 main temples of Shiva, Vishnu and Ganesha within the fort premises; the more notable amongst them being the trinetra Ganesha temple.

Langurs too are aplenty within the premises, though not as notorious as their cousin monkeys.

The fort is in dire need of renovation. While the ASI presence was mentioned, we didn't see any of their efforts visible as yet.

If what the guide tells is true, it seriously makes me wonder if our school history books cover the relevant portions of our rich culture.

Definitely worth a visit
投稿日:2022年3月30日
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Himanshu Jain
ジャイプール, インド201件の投稿
Amazing fort well worth the visit with extensive views and incredible architecture. Tremendous fort build between hills. it has a temple inside fort. it reminds you history of king hamir.
投稿日:2022年3月29日
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Harsh B
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If you're from Rajasthan, you won't find the fort that much great having seen great forts all your life. For an outsider though, you'll find the fort grand. It has a nice history, architecture.
Try to read the wikipedia page for the fort before visiting for some background historical and cultural information. If you do so, there's no need to get a guide. Even if you don't read, you could go on without a guide and just enjoy the architecture and the experience. If you insist on having a guide to tell you about the place or just to keep you company, the fees is 350-400 max, they'll ask for 650 Rs (or more if you're a foreigner), tell them 300 and be adamant. They'll sing songs about how they are unionised and they can't lower price but keep walking, don't heed to their talk and eventually one or the other of them would agree to do it for 350-400.
If you have parents who are 60+ years of age or if you are not that physically fit, it might feel like a lot of steep stairs and a lot of walking on the top. Rest in shade. Carry enough water with you.
There are different buildings for different purposes on the top, some Royal Bathing Ponds, Dargahs and a LOT of temples. All of them are in a somewhat dilapidated condition (they are 1000+ years old). But they have their own rustic beauty. The temple guys might ask for a tip or donation, politely deny them (all the donation goes to the guy's pocket, not for any restoration purposes, if you're the philanthropic kind, donate to the ASI Archaeological Survey of India office and get a legit receipt, otherwise that will again go to that officer's pockets).
There's a Trinetra (Three Eyed) statue of Ganesh in a temple there. The only reason to visit Trinetra temple is if A) You're Indian B) And you're religious too. Otherwise it's a very unremarkable temple, can be missed. However, there's toilet to the left of the temple at a distance.
The King's Royal Palace looks interesting but is sealed and you can't visit inside. That is such a disappointment. Govt should restore it and open it to the public.
There are loads of monkeys, so keep any food inside your bag. Other than that don't worry just keep on walking straight without looking at them, they won't do anything to you.
Better to visit around Sunset for the view and also cuz in the noon, there's scorhing heat.
投稿日:2022年3月27日
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Tanya M
ニュー プロビデンス島50件の投稿
Amazing fort well worth the visit with extensive views and incredible architecture. Sadly a lot of litter everywhere but definitely memorable and a must see.
投稿日:2022年1月2日
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MariaLindsen-Uk
ロンドン, イギリス4件の投稿
Tremendous fort build between hills. it has a temple inside fort. it reminds you history of king hamir.

nice visit with our guide suresh.
投稿日:2021年9月28日
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drjaydeep2017
Kolkata44件の投稿
A majestic fort. But sadly lying in neglect. Mostly in ruins, many places are inaccessible. Whatever is there is worth visiting. Better to go there with some background history knowledge of the fort as the guides are worthless. They mostly tell the anecdotes and word of mouth tales rather than a historical commentary. The streaming crowd for the temple inside does no good to preserve the such an important fort in Rajasthan and Indian history, rather they litter a lot. If somebody is visiting Ranthambhore, then the fort should not be missed.
投稿日:2021年4月1日
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Mina O
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Nous vous conseillons d'y aller le matin afin de ne pas être écrasés par la chaleur. Il y a beaucoup de marches à monter donc préférable d'être mobile. Mais nous avons croisé des chaises à porteur qui se rendaient au Ganesh temple.Le lieu est important, il y a plusieurs endroits à visiter. Etant avec un enfant de 5 ans, nous n'avons pas pu tout faire. En tant qu'étrangers vous serez certainement sollicités poliment pour quelques photos. Libre à vous d accepter ou de refuser tout aussi poliment. Beaucoup de singes mais aucun n'a été agressif.
La route pour vous rendre au fort est agréable et le spectacle est dans la nature à qui prend le temps de regarder.
投稿日:2021年3月10日
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Rohit Sapra
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Visiting the fort was a really nice experience as it had lot of history attached to it. In the fort you can sense a feeling which reminds you of history and the view which it has is really beautiful.
投稿日:2021年1月22日
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reminiscences
グルガーオン, インド53件の投稿
Great tourist spot. You can spot the ruins of a fort, and relate to the history very well. We all enjoyed exploring some narrow steps that led to underground/terrace areas!

But, since we decided to go on new years, it was super crowded with the localites. Vehicles had to be parked far off, and it was a long long walk esp with children. Some Jeeps etc were organised, but they were also jam packed.

We later realised there's a famous temple on the way, and so the localites were bombarding the place for God's wishes on new years. So, avoid visiting on any religious/Imp day.
投稿日:2021年1月16日
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RoadTripper Abhishek
ムンバイ (ボンベイ), インド138件の投稿
No visit Ranthambore National Park is truly complete without visiting the beautiful Ranthambore fort.

The Chamanas (Chauhan’s) built the fort between the 10th and 11th century. The date varies, depending on who you ask. Its grisly history came to a head in the 13th century. This was when the scourge of India, that blight on human history, Alauddin Khiljigot into a conflict with Hammira, the then ruler from the Chahaman Royal family.

If the Devgiri / Daulatabad fort appears impregnable, the Ranthambore fort takes things up by a couple of notches. The drive to the fortress main is on a narrow cobbled road. This is surrounded by dense jungles on one side and the forbidding ramparts of the fort on the other. You twist and wind up the hilly thoroughfare to get to the entrance of the fortress, from where it is all on foot. The walls are now in a sorry state of disrepair that begs the question – why the hell can the much vaunted ASI not fix this?

The structure is beautiful in a forbidding way, built of blackened stone. You walk up winding stairs, crossing numerous gates, each of which promises to have been a citadel in itself in protecting the fort. Each turn of the stairs gives breath – taking glimpses of the forest below. This view alone is worth the effort of trudging up to the fort. Adding to the charm of the walk up is the running commentary by the guide, “See here, last week I found a tigress relaxing after a kill at 6 in the morning!” he announced, eliciting excited squeals from the kids and disbelieving grunts from us adults.

History of Ranthambore Fort

Walking up, our guide narrated how the fort has never been conquered, save by treachery. As the tale goes, Alauddin Khilji’s army under General Ulugh Khan was returning after a campaign in Gujarat. For unknown reasons, a few of the Mongol forces in his army mutinied. While this mutiny was put down, two of their generals, Muhammad Shah and Garbharuka escaped. They came to Hammira seeking asylum, which he graciously granted. Mind, these were ‘neo – Muslim’ Mongols, who had probably converted to curry royal favour more than anything else. Moving on, Alauddin Khilji asked Hammira to either send the asylum – seekers back to him or kill them. Hammira in true Rajput tradition, asked him to take a long walk and not return.

This set off a saga of one Khilji general after the other trying to besiege Ranthambore fort. Each of them was either killed or sent packing with their tails between their legs. Apparently, Hammira’s defense were so strong and his army so fierce, that the Khilji forces didn’t even manage to get close to fort, let alone besiege it. Finally, Khilji sent Ulugh Khanhimself, ostensibly with a message. Ulugh being a messenger, Hammira allowed him and his forces within vicinity of the fort, which ended up being his undoing. Ulugh had no intent to broker a peace and this was merely a ruse for him to get within striking distance to the fort. Nevertheless, this proved a pointless exercise, for no matter what he tried, he couldn’t break through the defenses.

Eventually, Khilji himself deigned to descend on the fort to try and get through. He didn’t meet with much success either and had to suffer heavy losses. Realizing there was no other way, he asked Hammira to send an emissary to broker a truce. The ever – trusting Hammira sent his trusted General Ratipal to negotiate on his behalf. Of course, Khilji had no intention of brokering anything. He promptly promised Ratipal the sun and the moon if he turned traitor. Actually, he promised him governorship of Ranthambore if he helped him defeat Hammira. Ratipal, the pathetic excuse for a Rajput, readily agreed. One fine evening, he and Ranmall, another general that he had managed to turn, rode out the fort gates with the bulk of their forces.

Left with no army to speak off, and dwindling food stores, Hammira decided to go out in a blaze of fury, attacking the Khilji forces. With his brother (the ones left), sons and whatever handful of forces he had, he fell on the Khilji forces on a Kamikaze – like attack. The Mongol generals killed their wives and children and joined Hammira in this blitzkrieg, while the women in the fort committed jauhar. Thus ended the tragic and heroic tale of the siege of Ranthambore. Once again, Khilji managed to defeat yet another brave though unsuspecting Indian ruler through treachery. If it’s any consolation, after he had taken the fort, Khilji promptly had Ratipal and Ranmall put to death. His reasoning was that if these blokes couldn’t be loyal to their own ‘kaafir’ king, it was unlikely they’d remain loyal to him. Sound thinking and just desserts.

Ranthambore Fort today

We spent a wonderful afternoon exploring the magnificent fort. Monkeys and peacocks now overrun the grounds. Somehow, this adds to the beauty of the place. The guide showed us the tank where the women committed jauhar. This sent a shiver down our spine.

There’s also a lake where Hammira is supposed to have dumped all his wealth. He did this so Khilji couldn’t lay his hands on it. Indira Gandhi probably had the lake searched though, so don’t waste your time if you have any thoughts of looking for lost treasure!

If you go to Ranthambore National Park, a visit to the fort is certainly worth it. For a more detailed review of Ranthambore, please visit the link on our bio.
投稿日:2021年1月11日
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