India is a country or continent? Its difficult to say [though its a great nation] But every stay in India has different language, tradition, food etc but still the thread of unity is strong here.
Today I am in Rajasthan which is a desert state and I personally noted that forts and palaces here are on or surrounded with water bodies. This after exploring this dry state for 2 months I present a post on amazing water forts in Rajasthan by jbutlersbarandgrille.com
1. Jal Mahal, Jaipur
Jal Mahal is best place in Jaipur and one of the best water forts in Rajasthan. Located at the heart of Man Sagar Lake, it is defined as the beauty of India due to its unique features that always leave many people amazed and totally surprised. It has a perfect eye-popping makeover.
You can always admire to view the Aravalli hills located across the lake. The hills are smartly dotted with ancient forts, temples and smartly designed structures. Jal Mahal is an attraction point for thousands of different species of migratory birds which always come every year. You can always take time to witness the unique nature and the naturally beautiful Jal Mahal.
Beside if you are looking for comfortable accommodation then stay at La Premier Spa Resort in Jaipur. I always book a room here when I am in pink city and their manager [Singh], just take my site name he will offer special discount
2. Taj lake palace, Udaipur
This is a beautiful palace in Udaipur and it floats on the magnificent surface of Lake Pichola. It has stood the test of time since 1740 after it was built as a classy, perfect and luxurious summer retreat due to its enjoyable perfect cooling breeze.
The Resort has featured in Bond films and it is known for its quality services and natural beauty. Its rooms face inward as it overlooks courtyard and a superb pond. It has private balcony, modern rooms, satellite televisions and perfect central air conditioners.
3. Chittorgarh Fort, Chittorgarh
Chittorgarh is known as one of the ancient water forts in Rajasthan. It is also the largest fort in India and the most greatest at Rajasthan. The fort was rules by Gubhilot and later by the Sisoduias and Suryavanshi clans early 7th century. In 1567, the fort was abandoned after Emperor Akbar’s under siege. Its history is something to behold and its monuments and gates.
4. Gagron Fort
Gagron is an impressive fort that was built in stages for many years. Its construction dates way back in the 8th century to around 14th century AD. It is now recognized as a world heritage site and surrounded by Ahu and The kalil Sibndh rivers. It has a history of defeats and won battles that led to its recapture and later conquest.
5. Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur
Jaigarh Fort is located on promontory known as Cheel ka Teela or translated as Hill of Eagles. It is one of the best water forts in Rajasthan and it overlooks Amber Fort and the great Maota Lake.
The fort has a long history and was built by Jai Singh earlier 1726 as a way of protecting Amber Fort. It is also known as Victory Fort due to its history of triumph and the perfect stand as one of the best forts standing at 3 kilometers in length.