Jaigarh Fort Jaipur remarkable FEAT of military architecture

The imposing fort, built in 1726 by Jai Singh was opened to the public in mid-1983 and offers a great view over the plains from the Diwa Burj watchtower.

The fort served as the treasury of the Kachcawas. It is a remarkable feat of military architecture in a fine state of preservation, with water reservoirs, residential areas, a puppet theatre, and the world's largest wheeled cannon, Jaya Vana.

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Admission is free if you have a ticket to Jaipur's City Palace that is less than two days old. 

Vehicles can drive up to the fort, or it's a steep half-hour walk from Amber. 

The admission charge for cars is Rs 50 and parking outside is Rs 5.

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