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Interesting Facts About Jaigarh Fort in Jaipur 2021

Allow us to move ahead and discuss regarding some unwrapped facts regarding Jaigarh fort which is able to create your Rajasthan tour unforgettable.

Facts About Jaigarh Fort

Facts About Jaigarh Fort

  1. The Treasure of Bygone Rajput Era
  2. Laxmi Vilas
  3. The Royal Lalit Mandir

1. The Treasure of Bygone Rajput Era

It was the year 1977 when Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister of India. The rumor about the treasure in Jaigarh Fort spread like a fire in the jungle. The then PM ordered army troop to recover the treasure. The search runs for 3 months, according to the sources nothing was found and a search was called off. During this time Jaipur-Delhi highway was closed.

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2. Laxmi Vilas

There is a huge parade ground in the fort which is known as Subhat Niwas. This is the place where the army used to gather for the all-important occasions. In this area, you will find huge war drums. Ahead of this parade ground, you will find a plush Laxmi Vilas, a beautiful palace adorning antique paintings. According to the sources Laxmi Vilas was used for important meetings by the then Maharaja of Jaipur. Entering in the rooms of Laxmi Vilas is prohibited, yet one can get a fine idea about the grandeur of this palace from outside. The beauty of this palace will surely make your Rajasthan Tourism Package memorable.

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3. The Royal Lalit Mandir

There is another place name Lalit Mandir, the two-floor palace. The reason why we have called it royal because the higher floor and its’ rooms are still featuring as the royal bedrooms in the fort. One can only have the access to the ground floor of the Lalit Mandir. The lower floor of the palace is compact with the small theatre area that is serving as the royal entertainment area of drama and music. One of the major attractions in the Lalit Mandir is the room having recreated scene of a kitchen and dining of the then era of Rajasthan. Entering into this room is not allowed, one has to watch these through the peek holes of the rooms. The puppet room is also available in Lalit Mandir if you wish you can also buy these puppets.