Ranthambore Safari Details & Timings


Safaris take place in the early morning and late afternoon between 6am and 7 am and between 2pm and 3pm depending on the time of year. Each safari lasts for three hours. The mornings can be exceptionally chilly in the open vehicles, so bring warm clothes.

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Bagore Ki Haveli Udaipur and Dharohar Dance

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Bagore-Ki-Haveli, GangaurGhat

Timings: l000hrs to 1700 hrs.
Entry Fees: Indian/Foreigner: Rs.30, Rs.50, Child: Rs. 15
Dharohar Dance Daily: 19:00 – 20:00 Show Charges: Indian Rs.60, Foreigner Rs.100, Camera Rs.50

The museum was once a royal house and was restored most of it converted into a museum and cultural centre. The museurn showcases beautiful chambers which once existed furnished with artifacts.

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Places of Interest In Chittorgarh


Chittorgarh Fort, he first of the great Sisodia, Bappa Rawal built the fort of Chittorgarh in the 8-century. Proudly raising towards the sky this hill fort, 150 m high, is enclosed within impressive walls about 4.5 km long. Once the bastion of resistance against the conquering Mughal, it is considered to be the finest medieval Rajput fort in existence. The indomitable pride of Mewar, the fort is a massive structure with many gateways built by the successive rulers in the 7 century AD.

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Lohagarh Fort , Bharatpur

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Among the numerous forts and palaces of Bharatpur, the Lohagarh Fort, or Iron Fort, is perhaps the most iconic. It was constructed by Bharatpur Jat rulers. Maharaja Suraj Mal used all his power and wealth to a good cause, and built numerous forts and palaces across his kingdom, one of them being the Lohagarh Fort (Iron fort), which was one of the strongest ever built in Indian history.

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