The most unheard 8 Indian Forts
They have witnessed many wars. The blood flowed out of control over them. But today they are standing alone and have stories to tell you. India has some great forts across the country. Some of these are well-known, while some are standing alone without losing their throat. Would you like to find the best cast in the country? Here are some of the great fortresses that we do not know about.
Basco Fort, Ladakh: Today it is well known as Buddhist Monastery. 40 km from Leh The bass is away. In the 1680s, a fort built by the Nam Gala rulers. It was the center of politics and culture when it was at the top. It is located on a hill as you see the ruins of an ancient city.
Rob Dantas Fort, Sikkim: It was the second capital of the Sikkim Kingdom between the 15th and 19th centuries. It is mainly built to provide protection from neighboring states. The fort destroyed by Gorkha. The complex consists of the ruins of the palace, fort, and some structures. From this fort, you can see the scenic view of the Kanchanganga mountain ranges. The fort declared as a national priority by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Tughlakabad Fort, Delhi: 6 km in Delhi The fort, which is spread all over, was built by Qais-ud-din Tughluq in 1321. With the construction of remarkable hills, the Tugluk dynasty is characterized by complex architecture values. The 600 feet tall Cage Way takes us to the Tugluk Tomb.
Diu Castle, Daman Diu: In 2009, the Diu Fort was declared as one of the Portuguese colonial rulers. It built to preserve the city from the Mughal emperor Humayun, and the fort developed greatly during the Portuguese rule. Diu Fort is an excellent experience to see the sea from the fort built on the Indian Ocean island. There are many buildings that seen in the castle premises. The St. Paul’s Church of the 17th Century and St. Thomas church seen here. The Venetian gothic bungalows also found at the Fort Japat Gate. There is also the Gangaeshwar Mahadev Temple. Five Pandava brothers are said to have built it.
Chhatrapati Shivaji constructed this fort in 1656 to protect the Maratha empire. It is like seeing the Arabian sea from the Konkan region. 4000 reeds iron used in the casting, foundation stones. The skills of Marathas seen in the construction of the fort. The main roadway built without interruptions. The family of the former Khillader still living in the fort.
Bahu Fort, Jammu Kashmir: The 18th Century Fort was built by Rajput Raja Bahu Lochan. The fort is about 325 meters above the old Jammu city and is located on the left side of River Thavi. The city of Jammu is well visible from here. The Bawe Wali Mata Temple is located in this complex. Many devotees come here on Sunday and Tuesday. In the temple premises there are a large number of races monkeys. These monkeys do not have anywhere else in the state.
Mandu Fort, Madhya Pradesh: The small town of Mandu has become the most prestigious in history. The fort is located on the hillock of the 10th century. The parkers built it. It is well-known for its strategic location. On the one side of the calm Malwa Plateau, on the other side, the Narmada River. There are many battles here. The nearest roof is the Matai Pavilion, Neil Kant Palace, Jahaz Mahal, the Hausang Tomb, Ashrafi Mahal and the Baz Bahadur Palace.
The Ranthambore Fort, Rajasthan: This fort, built in 944 by Meena Girijanes, reveals the goddess of the Chauhan king Hamir Dev. Located in the Ranthambore National Park, surrounded by forests on all sides. The fort consists of Jain, Ganesha temples, Jogi Mahal, Padam Talao and Raj Bagh Talao. The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve best viewed from here.
For the history of India’s rich history, the adventures of heroes and folklore, these fortresses seen. See them. Feel the history of yourself!