Achalgarh Fort, Rajasthan

Tourists who are interested in learning the history of Rajasthan, Achalgarh Fort is the right place. Achalgarh Fort is one of the famous forts built in Mount Abu, Rajasthan (a state in India). This fort was originally built by the ruler of the Paramara dynasty and was later occupied by Maharana Kumbha. The year of origins is still unknown as the fort was later reconstructed and renovated by Maharana Kumbha who changed the fort's name to Achalgarh Fort in 1452 CE.

Apart from historic representation, this fort is also famous for its religious connection as the Achaleshwar Mahadev temple dedicated to lord shiva and Nandi is located alongside the fort. The idol of Lord Shiva is located in this temple where the brass idol of Nandi can also be found. There are other Jain temples present within the vicinity of the fort, inside and outside the fort. These Jain forts were built a few years after the fort was built, in the year 1513.

Although the Achalgarh Fort plays an important role in the history of the state Rajasthan, This fort is now in ruins due to severe sandstorm and other weather conditions, not preserving the fort led to the dilapidated condition it is in now.


Mount Abu Achalgarh Fort open at 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fees

Free | No Tickets

Best Time to Visit

During the months of October to March

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