Story: Rohetgarh Fort; 22-08-2022;
Rohetgarh Fort, a heritage hotel, a tourist destination.
The bastion of the chivalrous Champawat clan of Rathores, the Rohetgarh fort is one of the lesser known forts of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, but nonetheless is an architectural marvel. The exquisite site carvings and paintings speak about the beauty of the fort.
History of Rohetgarh Fort:
The Rohetgarh was bestowed upon Thakur dalpat Singh in 1622 A.D. for leading and winning several wars under the banner of Rathores of Marwar.
The fort is situated on the banks of a lake in Rohetgarh, now converted into a heritage hotel.
The fort is serving as a heritage hotel since 1989, and is deemed as one of the finest Heritage hotels in the country.
Why to visit Rohetgarh Fort? :
The fort is a must-see for nature lovers, a peaceful haven with well manicure lawns, peacocks roaming freely in the fort, and the only sound you would hear is the chirping sound of the birds.
The heritage hotel is adorned by beautiful Rajasthani handicrafts, hunting trophies, royal paintings, some of the finest Persian carpets, the modern and illuminating chandelier alongside with other modern facilities for the guests.
The generations following Thakur Dalpat Singh lives in another portion of an of the beautiful fort, delicate Rajasthani dishes and beauty of the fort has attracted many tourists from across the world.