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Abandoned adventure! (not for kids)

Ater fort is great fun. I arrived by Camel from the Chambal River which was a great experience. The... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2016
Kampala_Hoop
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London, United Kingdom
Beautiful Massive Fort

Its abandoned massive piece of art with huge gateway and great architecture. It just required a lot... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2015
tusharrcmn
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
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8 Aug 2016
“Abandoned adventure! (not for kids)”
21 Oct 2015
“Beautiful Massive Fort”
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Near Bhind city, National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, India
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Reviewed 8 August 2016

Ater fort is great fun. I arrived by Camel from the Chambal River which was a great experience. The fort has not been restored and is in a state of disrepair. Therefore I would not advise children visit as there are a lot of places...More

Thank Kampala_Hoop
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Reviewed 21 October 2015

Its abandoned massive piece of art with huge gateway and great architecture. It just required a lot of conservation work though I still doubt that it can get back the way it would have been. But to explore a fort which 400 years old, gives...More

Thank tusharrcmn
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Reviewed 10 September 2015

The Ater is a marvel, an architectural delight with terraced residences and elevated courtyards, labyrinthine walkways and secretive seraglios. Open apadanas and pretty belvederes, the ornate cupolas and cornices. It ought to be right up there with the forts of Gwalior and Jaipur. But unlike...More

Thank Wanderink
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Reviewed 7 June 2015

Visited the fort by car from Gwalior and was pretty impressed. It seems that a lot of conservation work has now been done since the last review and work continues. Access is free and you can explore at will. Highlights are the palace complex which...More

Thank Yorkie1970
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Reviewed 28 December 2014 via mobile

Just across the Chambal river(depending on from where you approach and we did it from UP side Jarar) it's a 3 km walk, camel or jeep ride. As you approach the fort it doesn't give the magnificent look like the many you may have seen...More

1  Thank EnigmaticIndia
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