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Jaipur Fort Ruins | WPC–Time

These pictures depict how time moves on without caring for anyone. The place in the following pictures was once the capital of the Kachhwah Rajput dynasty who ruled Jaipur. After these rulers shifted their capital to Jaipur, the fort has fallen into decrepit condition. While their later forts in Jaipur – Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and Amber Fort have been restored & well maintained, this is a different story! It is like dying a slow death. This is one of the hidden and less known forts in Jaipur.

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Once a mighty fort, now its a different story! 
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Fort once owned by Kachhawah rulers. 
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This fort is unlikely to be restored

Time changes everything!! It’s not a mighty fort it once was. This is a good place to hike near Jaipur. The only way one can reach at this unknown fort is by hiking.

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(This post has been created in response to Weekly Photo Challenge – Time)

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