Laxmangarh Fort, Sikar, Rajasthan

Laxmangarh Fort is a fort located in a town called Laxmangarh in the Sikar district of Rajasthan, an Indian state. This fort was built on top of a mountain which provided a view of the entire Laxmangarh town. It was built in the year 1862 by Laxman Singh who was the Rao Raja of Sikar. Therefore the fort was named after him as Laxmangarh Fort.

It is a unique fort as it was constructed on top of rocks and most of the fort was designed with rock carvings. Even though it was built in the early 19th century, the stone carving and the design is what makes the Laxmangarh Fort different from other forts in Rajasthan. The Laxmangarh Fort is a small fortress compared to other forts in the nearby cities. Even the carvings of deities protecting the town or the local deities are present on the wall of the fort.

The town Laxmangarh is known for having many mansions within the town, tourists sometimes stay in these mansions to explore and learn the history of the town. Although the Laxmangarh Fort is not accessible to the public due to the fort turning into a ruin, the ramp at the entrance allows the tourists to view the entire town. Since the fort is constructed on top of a mountain in Sikar and is surrounded by dirt and dessert, the frequent dust storms in the area make it harder to maintain the ruined fort. The Laxmangarh fort is a must visit for any and every history lover & enthusiast.

Timings

Sikar Laxmangarh Fort can be visit during the day time from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fees

Allowed with permission - (It's a private property)

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