Will you be surprised if I say that World's Second largest wall after Great Wall of China is in India - The Wall around Kumbalgarh Fort of Rajasthan

Certainly we know about the largest wall of the world is The Great Wall of China but want to start this blogpost with a question and please share your answer in the comment section below. Did you ever thought about second largest wall of the World? And if you thought about it, when did you figure out that World's second largest wall is grand wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajashan.  So drop a comment below with year/day when you found out that India's largest wall is world's second largest wall which comes after the great wall of China. This blogpost shares more about the wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort.  The very first photograph of this blogpost shows the view of the wall of Kumbhalgarh fort from a the road which connects town with main entry gate of the fort. This photograph is taken from nearby parking area of Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajasthan.
Certainly we know about the largest wall of the world is The Great Wall of China but want to start this blogpost with a question and please share your answer in the comment section below. Did you ever thought about second largest wall of the World? And if you thought about it, when did you figure out that World's second largest wall is grand wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajashan.  So drop a comment below with year/day when you found out that India's largest wall is world's second largest wall which comes after the great wall of China. This blogpost shares more about the wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort. 

The very first photograph of this blogpost shows the view of the wall of Kumbhalgarh fort from a the road which connects town with main entry gate of the fort. This photograph is taken from nearby parking area of Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajasthan. 


Above photograph shows Vedi temple and Neelkanth temple inside Kumbhalgarh fort. On the right side of the photograph you see pretty wide wall of Kumbhalgarh fort and extends along the mountain. This wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort is 36 kilometers long around Arawali mountain ranges. As you climb towards Badal Mahal from main entry gate of the fort, you see it at distance as a small black line. The wall is clearly visible during monsoons when it create nice contrast with green mountains of Arawalis.
Above photograph shows Vedi temple and Neelkanth temple inside Kumbhalgarh fort. On the right side of the photograph you see pretty wide wall of Kumbhalgarh fort and extends along the mountain. This wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort is 36 kilometers long around Arawali mountain ranges. As you climb towards Badal Mahal from main entry gate of the fort, you see it at distance as a small black line. The wall is clearly visible during monsoons when it create nice contrast with green mountains of Arawalis. 

Above photograph shows some of my friends walking on the outer wall of Kumbhalgarh fort while going up towards Badal Mahal, which you see on the topmost part of the photograph. The width of Kumbhalgarh fort wall is 15 feet.
Above photograph shows some of my friends walking on the outer wall of Kumbhalgarh fort while going up towards Badal Mahal, which you see on the topmost part of the photograph. The width of Kumbhalgarh fort wall is 15 feet. 

The best time to visit the Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajasthan is during monsoons or winters between the months of July to February. The climate is cooler, although during winters it gets pretty cold during nights, but enjoyable. Although Kumbhalgarh is in Rajasthan but is around hills. Because of that weather of Kumbhalgarh is relatively better place weather-wise in Rajasthan state of India.
The best time to visit the Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajasthan is during monsoons or winters between the months of July to February. The climate is cooler, although during winters it gets pretty cold during nights, but enjoyable. Although Kumbhalgarh is in Rajasthan but is around hills. Because of that weather of Kumbhalgarh is relatively better place weather-wise in Rajasthan state of India. 

As per the plan for my future trip to Kumbhalgarh Fort, I also plan to walk on this wall along with exploring 300+ temples of Kumbhalgarh fort. Let's see how it goes.
As per the plan for my future trip to Kumbhalgarh Fort, I also plan to walk on this wall along with exploring 300+ temples of Kumbhalgarh fort. Let's see how it goes. 

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