Mundota Fort and Palace
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Mundota Fort and Palace are approximately 450-year-old heritage monuments and structures located in Mundota, a small town in the hills of the Aravali Range in the state of Rajasthan in north-western India. Mundota was a Double Tazmi Jagir of the Nathawat clan of the Kachwaha dynasty, the rulers of Jaipur.
|Mundota Fort and Palace|
Renovations at Mundota Fort and Palace as of 1 April 2013
|Architectural style||Rajput and Mughal Architecture|
|Town or city||Mundota and Jaipur|
The palace was built around 1550 by Jaswant Singh, a contemporary of the Mughal emperor Akbar. The fort predates the palace by at least a century.
- Mandawa, Devi Singh. Kachhawahon Ka Itihas. 2nd edition. Jodhpur: Rajasthani Granthagar, 2010. 15-17, 112-115, 166 . Print