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Kuchaman Fort - Things to Know Before Visiting

Kuchaman Fort, Kuchaman City, Rajasthan 341508, India


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About Kuchaman Fort

The Kuchaman Fort is perched atop a 300 m high cliff. This fort occupies a wide area which could be entered via 10 glorious gates from different sides. There were 32 bastions surrounding the entire fortification. The city at that time was inside the fort compound wall and people were residing with the compound. This fort shows the historical significance of the Rathore rule in Rajasthan.

Attractions Near Kuchaman Fort

Harshnath49.37km from Kuchaman Fort

An ancient hindu temple situated in Sikar. This Shiva temple according to an inscription dated 973 CE, was built by the Shiv ascetic Bhavarakta,

Khatu Shyam Ji Sikar
Khatu Shyam Ji Sikar58.65km from Kuchaman Fort

This is a Hindu temple in the village of Khatushyamji that is very popular with pilgrims. Devotees believe it houses the miraculously rediscovered head of Barbarika.

Laxmangarh Fort
Laxmangarh Fort76.24km from Kuchaman Fort

This is a ruined old fort situated at the top of a hill. This is the most imposing building in the Laxmangarh.

Dadhimati Mata Temple
Dadhimati Mata Temple78.18km from Kuchaman Fort

A historical site located in Nagaur district. It is one of the oldest surviving temples in northern India. It was built in the 4th century and is of the Gupta era . It is the most important and religious temple for dadhich Brahmins.

Anasagar Lake
Anasagar Lake79.22km from Kuchaman Fort

This is an artificial lake situated in the city of Ajmer. There is an island in the center of lake which can be accessed through boat.

Pushkar Lake
Pushkar Lake80.11km from Kuchaman Fort

This is a sacred lake of the Hindus. it is surrounded by 52 bathing ghats where pilgrims throng in large numbers to take a sacred bath.

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District with great importance in the historic era. India's largest saline lake Sambhar lake is located here.