This formidable medieval citadel was virtually inaccessible in the 15 century. According to folklore, the fort fell only once when Kumbalgarh water was poisoned by his enemies. Built by Rana Kumbha of Mewar, which is located on a hill with a view to 3500 m in the dusty plains of Mewar and the rugged Aravali range. Considered the

second longest after the Great Wall of China, the imposing fortress walls or walls extending to 36 km in length. Kumbhalgarh is situated in southern Rajasthan and is easily accessible from Udaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar and Jodhpur. It was the second most important fort in Rajasthan after Chittorgarh.

Unquestionably, Fort commands all the attention. It has seven gates and bastions great if one of the other. Rounded bastions and soaring towers to increase its size.The last door or Nimboo Pol is a fascinating subject in it. E ‘up to 360 temples, most of the ruined Jain temples, the most important are Nilkanth Mahadev, View, and Mammadev Kumbhaswami Temple. A number of the old palace within the fortress is Badal Mahal, the greatest of all the buildings offer a fantastic view of the countryside. Built Rana Fateh Singh, the 19th century, is painted in beautiful pastel murals apartments.