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    Amer port has situated a distance of 11km from Jaipur. The city was the settlement of the means, a tribal community of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh since 967CE. Later Raja Man Singh become the ruler of Amer and started rebuilding the fort. Raja Man Singh was the Navrantnas in the Mughal emperor Akbar’s court. The work had been carried on by his descendants and completed by swami Jai Singh who later built Jaipur city. The Amer fort has been an opulent residence for the Rajput Maharajas and their family for a long. The fort is known for its exquisite Hindu Style element but also has an amalgamation of Hindu and Muslim Styles.
    Things to see at Amer Port:
    The Stunning port consists of an exquisite royal palace, huge courtyards, multiple gates, and a cobbled pathway. Known for its architecture, intricate carvings, mirrors, and stonework on the wall and ceilings, the place is a visual delight.
    Suraj pal:
    Suraj pal is the first gate and main entrance of the fort. The gate faces the east and witnesses the first rays of the sun every day. Hence the was aptly named Suraj pol or Sungate.In ancient times, these courtyards were the place the victorious returning armies would display their war spoils.
    Ganesh Pol:
    Ganesh pol is the main gate to the places and is indeed a sight to behold. A majestic and well-adorned gate, it has beautiful carvings and his paintings are done in natural color. The natural extracted from vegetables, flowers, spices, and stones. Most of the Rajasthani paintings are constructed using natural colors. The gate has a painting of Lord Ganesh is also constructed of these colors.

    Amer Fort : The Complete Guide You Will Ever Find

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