Nahargarh fort is built by a king of Jaipur, maharaja Sawai Jai Singh 2 in 1734. The wall over surrounding hills, forming fortifications that connected this fort to jaigarh palace. This fort never comes under attack. During the Indian muting of 1857, the European of reign including the British resident’s wife were moved to Nahargarh fort for their protection by king raja Sawai Ram Singh.
Scenes of movie Rang de basanti, sudh desi romance and other films shot at Nahargarh fort.
Extension of the fort was done in the reign of Sawai Raja Ram Singh in 1868. A series of palace was built at the expense of 3.5 lack in 1883-92. Nahargarh was also a hunting place for kings (maharaja).
Jaipur wax museum is another an attractive place which is build at the left side of entrance of Nahargarh fort by the support of archeological and Jaipur’s museum, tourist department and government of Jaipur. Founder and director of wax museum Jaipur is Mr. Anoop shreevastav and inaugurated on 17 December 2016, by Bollywood actor Govinda. More than 35 wax and silicon statue form the field of sports. Many others famous personalities statues also available ( social leaders, Bollywood stars, and other famous personalities.)
1) Opening and Closing time of Nahargarh FORTS
Public visiting hours for the fort is 9:00 am to 10:00 pm.But There is no Opening and closing Time
2) Entry fee in Nahargarh FORTS
There is no Entry fee for Jal Mahal
3) How to reach Nahargarh FORTS
(1) Sindhi Camp Bus Stand (10.4 kms via Amer Road)
(2) Durgapura Railway Station (20.5 kms via NH248)
(3) Gandhi Nagar Railway Station (17.8 kms via Amer Road and NH248)
(4) Jaipur Railway Station (11.7 kms via Amer Road)
(5) Jaipur International Airport (22.2 kms via Amer Road and NH248)
4) Parking near Nahargarh FORTS
The Jal Mahal Fort has sufficient Parking for vehicles and bicycles. Discovering paid parking is extremely simple you can find beside fort or on the front gate of fort. Otherwise you can find the free parking near Amer Fort Jaipur.