Once considered as one of the strongest fort in north India,
Ranthambore fort is believed to be constructed sometime around
940 A.D. This fort was often refried as the protecting
cover for the Malwa region as this was situated on the
boundary of Rajasthan. Age has turned this Medieval era
fort into ruins but still constructions like Badal Mahal,
remains of summer Palace are the evidence for the excellent
and splendid architectural beauty of the fort.
Today the area is famous for being the finest habitats in the
world for the endangered kingly animal TIGER and known as
Ranthambhore National Park.