11.The Jaigarh FortThe Jaigarh Fort is a great fortification worked by Sawan Jai Singh II. This nearly flawlessstronghold is encompassed by enormous towers and is associated with the Amer Fort(likewise called 'Golden' Fort), with underground entries. Initially worked to secure theAmer Fort and the royal residence inside the complex, the Jaigarh Fort is structurally like
the Amer Fort and offers an all-encompassing perspective on the city of Jaipur. The fortresshouses the world's biggest gun on wheels, a great royal residence complex and the gettogether lobby of the warriors known as 'Shubhat Niwas' alongside an exhibition hall andordnance. Aside from the many-sided design of the stronghold, the fortress was additionallyfamous for a gigantic fortune that was accepted to be covered under the post. It is currentlysaid that the legislature of Rajasthan held onto the fortune when it was found duringthe1970s.History:The Jaigarh Fort is a rich structure that worked in the mid-eighteenth century. Amer, the citywhere the Jaigarh and the Amer post are found, was controlled by the Kachawahas from themid-tenth century. During the Mughal line, the Jaigarh Fort turned into their realm's primarygun foundry and was additionally utilized as a capacity fortification to store ammo and other
metal required for war. During the progressive wars that broke out in the Mughal line in1658, the gun station at the Jaigarh fortress was ensured until the defender, Dara Shikoh,was crushed and executed by his own sibling, Aurangzeb. Afterward, the fortress was givenover to Jai Singh II and he is known to have shaped the incomparable 'Jaivana Cannon'
alongside utilizing the gadgets and the foundries inside the fortification.Location: Above Amber Fort, Jaipur, Rajasthan-302001Timing: 9:30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.Price: INR 35 for Indians and INR 85 for foreigners