Light and Sound Show at Kumbhalgarh Fort

A Light & Sound Show is organized in Kumbhalgarh Fort premises.  The duration of show is 45 minutes. The history related with the fort is described during the show. The fort is lightened with spectacular effect. This captivating show starts with chants of “om”. A song encapsulating glorious bravery and history related with Kumbhalgarh, and a documentary, narrating enchanting heritage, history and heroism, are played. Exquisite effects of sound and light recreate the bygone era. A voice as a voice of Kumbhalgarh narrates the history. The show mainly describes the Mewar from Rana Kumbha to Maharana Pratap and the attacks of invaders like Gajni, Akbar on it.  The show describes the war of Haldighati and efforts of Maharana Pratap to make Mewar free from Mughals. Unparalleled in the recorded known history of the world for bravery, sacrifice and compassion for people, the warrior king Maharana Pratap was born in Kumbhalgarh. He devoted his whole life to save his kingdom and country. Battled with Akbar, starting from Haldighati war, but never accepted defeat. He spent his most of time in Kumbhalgarh, as this fort was more indomitable than Chittorgarh. Maharana Pratap recaptured Kumbhalgarh Fort in 1585 through guerrilla warfare. But after Maharana Pratap, in 1615 AD, Mewar surrendered against the Mughal forces sent by Emperor Jahangir. Kumbhalgarh has a significant place in the history and heritage of Rajasthan, and a documentary, narrating enchanting heritage, history and heroism, are played. Exquisite effects of sound and light recreate the bygone era. A voice as a voice of Kumbhalgarh narrates the history. The show mainly describes the Mewar from Rana Kumbha to Maharana Pratap and the attacks of invaders like Gajni, Akbar on it.  The show describes the war of Haldighati and efforts of Maharana Pratap to make Mewar free from Mughals. Unparalleled in the recorded known history of the world for bravery, sacrifice and compassion for people, the warrior king Maharana Pratap was born in Kumbhalgarh. He devoted his whole life to save his kingdom and country. Battled with Akbar, starting from Haldighati war, but never accepted defeat. He spent his most of time in Kumbhalgarh, as this fort was more indomitable than Chittorgarh. Maharana Pratap recaptured Kumbhalgarh Fort in 1585 through guerrilla warfare. But after Maharana Pratap, in 1615 AD, Mewar surrendered against the Mughal forces sent by Emperor Jahangir. Kumbhalgarh has a significant place in the history and heritage of Rajasthan.

Location: Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan, 313325; Kumbhalgarh is 82 kilometer northwest to Udaipur.

Opening & Closing Days: Kumbhalgarh Fort is open throughout the year on all days.

Timing of the Show: The Light and Sound show starts at 6:45 pm.

Light and Sound Show Entry Ticket:  INR 75.

Suggested Tours:

10 Days – Majestic Rajasthan Tour

15 Days – Cultural Rajasthan Tour

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