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Exploring Jaipur | Winding Road to Nahargarh Fort

Winding/Twisty road to Nahargarh Fort, Nahargarh Road, Jaipur

What is the place all about?
The 1km long winding road leads up to the Nahargarh Fort. Build during the days of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the 18th century, this road was frequently used by the care takers of the fort to make sure that it doesn’t run out of supplies. The road ends at the back gate of Nahargarh Fort. Even today, people use the road to commute. It is the life line of most of the hawkers at the Nahargarh Fort. They take this route to reach to the fort before the it opens for the tourist. It saves them on petrol and earn some extra time to set up their shop.

Where is the place?

The starting point of the exploration can be the tip of the Nahargarh road (near Chandpol) towards Nahargarh Fort from Purani Basti. The exact address is Narghard Rd, Krishna Nagar, Brahmpuri‎, Jaipur.

What is there is do?
The place offers a nice space and view for a walk up the hill.

Why is this place special?
The view of the entire Jaipur city while climbing up the road is just breath taking. Take a moment to spot your favorite monuments of the city from the top. One can clearly see the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal and all the surrounding areas of the old city.

What is the time to visit the place?
Early morning before the sunrise is the ideal time to start the climb up.

Scary Road, Twisty Road to Nahargarh Fort

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