Nice views from up, the the fortress itself is not very interesting. There is a 100rp entrance fee for foreigners, which you have to pay to the most unfriendly guy in Rajasthan.
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Lovely to be there specially the drive uphill and the pleasure to drive inside the fort upto the rampart where "Jaivan" is stationed
Jaigarh fort is located between Nahargarh fort and Amer fort. It's built well, but has not been maintained in comparison to other forts. I was a little disappointed to see the fort to be dirty. Apart from this, Jaigarh fort holds the Largest Canon built...More
The fort offers a panoramic view of the Jaipur City and houses a large Canon that it claims to be the largest in the world. It is definitely worth a visit if you happen to have more than a single day for Jaipur.
Holds the world's largest cannon ever built in mediaval ages. Was a cannon manufacturing unit in the past. U can get a view of the old as well as present Jaipur city. Nice view of surroundings as well.
I visited both the fort and the palace on tbis occasion and I loved the fort more. It was peaceful, with few visitors when we were there. The views from the turrets are outstanding. A place of calm and peace in the hustle and bustle...More
Very interesting fort with its own unique history but it is nowhere near as well preserved.renovated as amber palace or Nahargarh fort. Worth a visit but I wouldnt miss either of the other 2 options to visit here.
Take your caab iside so that you can avoid lot if walking. needs one hour. the museum is excellent. Have toilets and drinking water facility inside.
Jaigarh fort lies between Nahargarh and Amer fort and has a very big canon housed on the top. The sheer size of the canon actually managed to awestruck us. Apart from that their wasn't much to see over there.