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The Secret Of Amer Fort

By on September 13, 2017

The Secret Of Amer Fort

 

Amer Fort, also known as Amber Fort. Built on a distance of 11 kilometers from Jaipur, this fort was built by the Meenas. Later, King Man Singh-I ruled this fort. The name of this fort is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. This fort is one of the biggest forts in Rajasthan. The construction of this fort spread over 4 sq km was started in 1592. The construction of this fort continued in several stages. This fort looks like a rocky fort from the outside. A huge hall built inside it, a royally designed temple attracts everyone. The glimpse of the Hindu and Mughal styles is clearly visible in the architecture of the fort. Diwan-i-Khas or Hall of Private Audience and Diwan-i-Aam or Hall of Public Audience, which was built by King Jai Singh. Very beautiful carvings have been done in the hall.Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace) is the main attraction of Amber Fort. It has been constructed in such a way that whenever the rays of sun fall in the palace, the light spreads in the entire palace with the help of the mirror. And because of which the natural light becomes in the hall. You can see the whole shadow of the Amer Fort in the Maota Lake. This Palace looks like a wondrous castle in water. The name of Amber Fort was named after Amba Mata. Amba Mata is also called Goddess of Meenas. If we talk about the inner beauty of the fort, then the Sheesh Mahal built in the palace is the biggest attraction. Amer Fort is the most wonderful Palace in all the castles of Rajputana. The miraculous flower is another attraction of this Palace. It is built on the marble and it has been given an amazing look. The shape of this flower made on marble excites everyone. There is a 2-kilometer long secret path inside the fort of Jaigarh and Amer Fort. Tourists can easily go from one fort to another fort by this route.

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