(Last Updated on : 04-11-2019)
The Roopangarh Fort was originally built by Maharaja Roop Singh of Kishangarh
in 1648 and named after the ruler himself. Located in the town of Roopangarh in the state
, it was once a former fortress and palace but in the year 1999, the fort was transformed into a heritage hotel
. The fort
was once an important trade route to the Sambhar Salt Lake and served as the primary residence of the rulers of Kishangarh, and the capital of the state.
Visiting Information on Roopangarh Fort
The Kishangarh railway station
is the nearest at a distance of almost 29 km from the fort and the Jaipur
is the closest at a distance of 107 km from the Roopangarh Fort.
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