India is a land of various ancient forts and monuments, describing the deep manifested past of the country. The history attached to each of these monuments along with the enigmatic artistry of that time combined makes people eager to give these a visit. While the country is treasured with many places that present the magnanimity of the royal kingdoms of India, there are a few that stand individual with their unmatched amazement. Here are 5 forts in India that you must visit at least once.
Gobindgarh Fort- Amritsar
Unlike many other ancient forts in India, Gobindgarh provides a complete exciting escape for the tourists. This means, the fort not just only allows you to admire its artistic beauty but also lets you enjoy its pool of fun options. Whether it is the live performances, fun rides, 7D show, whispering walls (light show), or food and shopping, the fort has it all.
Gwalior Fort- Gwalior
This beautiful historic monument is located in Madhya Pradesh. The wonderful ancient Indian architecture of this monument is a treat to the eyes, especially for art lovers. It is this fort where Rani Lakshmi Bai fought her last battle with the britishers. A postage stamp has also been issued as a recognition of the fort’s importance in Indian history.
Jaisalmer Fort- Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer Fort is probably the only living fort in India. What does that mean? It means you will find people actually living here making it look like a stroll through what the fort looked and felt like in the kingdom era. Most residents of Jaisalmer have been allotted rooms inside the fort who not only lives here but also provide stay options for the tourists. You can find brilliant rooftop restaurants inside the fort premises that provide a magical view of the whole city during the night time.
Red Fort- Delhi
Red Fort, also known as Lal Quila is the most important historical buildings in India, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Important, because it has a major political significance. It is this fort where major political leaders of the country take oaths when starting their provision, and it plays an important role when celebrating the major events like Independence Day and Republic Day.
Red Fort- Agra
This red fort, established in Agra, is also known as Agra Fort. It is about 2Km from its famous sister monument- “The Taj Mahal”. The fort is a cultural UNESCO World Heritage Site in India and among the best tourist places in Uttar Pradesh.
These were some of the Best tourist places in India for history lovers. If you are one of them, do not forget to visit all these and enjoy a tour of the history being served in front of you.