The Taragarh Fort, Ajmer was built in 1354 A.D. The Taragarh Fort, Rajasthan is a spectacular and outstanding example of Rajasthani architecture. During the Mughal rule in Ajmer, the Taragarh Fort, Ajmer was used as an important center of military activity. After this in the later years, during the British occupation in Ajmer, the fort was used as a sanatorium.

The Taragarh Fort in Ajmer has six huge gates. The Miran Saheb ki Dargha is located inside the fort. Miran Saheb, a brave warrior and also the governor of the fort sacrificed his life defending and protecting Taragarh against an enemy invasion. The Taragarh Fort, Ajmer provides the visitors with an excellent and panoramic view of the city.

Something to look out for is the Bhim Burj, a huge battlement on which there rests a large canon and also the massive stone water reservoirs built within the Fort. The main and front gateway that leads the visitors to the fort is decorated and embellished with stone sculptures of elephants.

The fort was described by the famous author Rudyard Kipling as “more the work of Goblins than of men”. Sadly, time took its toll on this magnificent structure, and most of the majestic and fascinating architecture of the fort is now in ruins. You can, however, still appreciate the features of the fort that exhibit the grandeur of the Rajput rule to this day.

The entrance to the fort is marked by three gateways, followed by tunnels and many battlements along with ramparts. These exhibits are also of great interest to the tourists, such as the famous Grand Canyon or the ‘Garbha Gunjan’. The Rani Mahal, which was built exclusively for the wives and concubines of the rulers of those times and is located in the same area, is also a great and famous attraction for the tourists. The place is at its peak of beauty when the sun sets, and the entire city is immersed in the fading light of the setting sun. A visit to the Taragarh Fort is an engrossing experience that provides essential details about our rich history and culture.

How To Reach Taragarh Fort:

This massive fort is located 10 kilometers away from the dargah. One could drive down here in approx 20 minutes from dargah or even hire auto rickshaw to reach here.


Nagpahari Hill, Bundi, Rajasthan, India


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Entry Fees:

The prices for entry to the fort are as follows:
For Indians: INR 25 per person
For Foreigners: INR 100 per person

Also, one has to buy a separate ticket for carrying a digital camera, which costs INR 50; and a ticket for taking along a video camera, which costs INR 100.

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