Badal Mahal is situated at the highest point of the fort. Built by Rana Fateh Singh in the 19th century, this 2 storeyed palace is divided into 2 inter connected but distinct portions - the Zanana Mahal(the section for the royal ladies) and the Mardana Mahal ( the section for the male members of the royal family). The palace is beautifully decorated with wall paintings. The women's section has stone jalis or lattice from where the queen used to watch the court proceedings and other events
Kumbhalgarh in Rajasthan is a key attraction for tourists who love to dig deep into history or venture into the wild. With the rugged Aravali Range at the backdrop, the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary encompasses the colossal Fort of Kumbhalgarh as well.
The sanctuary houses a good assortment of fauna and avian species. A number of endangered animals can be admired within its premises as well. Wolfs, leopards, sloth bear, hyena, jackal, jungle cat, Sambhar, Nilgai, Chausingha, Chinkara and hare along with avian species like Red Spur owls, Parakeets, peacocks, doves, Golden Oriole, bulbul, Grey Pigeons and White-breasted Kingfisher make the complete list of wildlife delights that can be widely admired.
Set in an 18th-century palace encompassing a Lake Pichola island, this luxury marble hotel once featured in a James Bond movie is a short boat ride from City Palace. Featuring butler service, the opulent rooms offer lake and palace views, Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars, period furniture and turndown service. Suites add panoramic views and ceiling frescoes, and some have balconies or terraces. Rooms service is available 24/7.The hotel features original art, ornate marble and glasswork throughout. Amenities include high-end restaurants and a full-service spa, fitness center & heated pool. Sunset cruises and yoga are offered.
Located at a distance of 50 Kms from Kumbhalgarh, Ranakpur Jain Temples are the most important place in Kumbhalgarh region. The place houses the very famous temple named as The Chaumukha Temple which is dedicated to Tirthankara Adinath.