Mehrangarh, situated in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, is perhaps the biggest fortification in India. Worked in around 1459 by Rao Jodha, the fortress is arranged 410 feet (125 m) over the city and is encased by forcing thick dividers. Inside its limits there are a few royal residences known for their multifaceted carvings and sweeping yards. A winding street prompts and from the city underneath. The engravings of the effect of cannonballs terminated by assaulting multitudes of Jaipur can in any case be seen on the subsequent door. To one side of the stronghold is the chhatri of Kirat Singh Soda, a trooper who fell on the spot guarding Mehrangarh.
There are seven doors, which incorporate Jayapol (signifying ‘triumph entryway’), worked by Maharaja Man Singh to remember his triumphs over Jaipur and Bikaner armed forces. There is additionally a Fattehpol (likewise signifying ‘triumph door’), which remembers Maharaja Ajit Singhji triumph over Mughals.
The historical center in the Mehrangarh fortress is one of the most very much loaded galleries in Rajasthan. In one part of the stronghold historical center.