Meharangarh fort of Jodhpur, Rajasathan is one of the largest forts in India.
Meharangarh Fort Jodhpur
One of the largest forts in India, Mehrangarh Fort holds its place on a steep hill. The number of palaces in its premises are made of sandstone and are excellent examples of stone the highlights of the palace are Moti Mahal or the Pearl Palace, which has a delicately carved stone screen and houses the Sringar Chowki, royal throne of Jodhpur, Umaid Villas that displays Rajput miniature paintings, Ajit Villas that houses musical instruments and royal costumes and a beautiful mirror room. Phool Mahal or the Flower Palace depicts musical moods in its paintings. It houses the Jodhpur Coat of Arms is kept in the Phool Mahal. Walls of this Flower Palace is covered with paintings depicting various musical moods. Maan Villas displays weapons and arms of Rathore and the 'Tent room', which used to be an imperial Mughal campaign tent. It was used by Shahjahan and now, it is displayed as a trophy of victory of Jaswant Singh over Aurangzeb in a battle. It is beautiful to behold the royal tent with its red velvet and golden embroidery.