Ramnagar Fort Varanasi Timings and Details


Ramnagar Fort Varanasi Timings and Details

Ramnagar Fort was built by Maharaja Balwant Singh in 1750 as his residential palace. As astronomical and astrological wonder, this fort imposingly stands as an example of strength and steadiness to the city. It is a  fine blend of Indian and Islamic style of architecture. The fort has been constructed with red stone. The fort and its surroundings are beautifully decorated during the festive occasion of Dussehra.

Ramnagar Fort is a structure that was built in the 18th century. It is located near the river bank in Varanasi. The king of Varanasi constructed the building. Anant Narayan Singh, the present king lives in the fort now. The fort might not have its prime shine now, but, it is a very pleasing structure.

Ramnagar Fort is a fortified building made with cream-colored sandstone in Mughal style architecture. The fort has Veda Vyasa temple, Dakshin Mukhi Hanuman temple, museum, big astronomical clock, carved balconies, pavilions, open courtyards, Durbar hall and reception room. But the private residential area of the king is not opened for tourists.

The fort remains open from 10 am to 5 pm and remains closed on Holi festival. The fort remains open on Sundays and public holidays too.

There is a minimum entry charge per person doesn’t whether he is an adult or child. People come to see the attractive historical statues, equipment and majestic antiques such as the old armory, vintage cars, antique clocks, ivory work, swords, old guns, gold and silver royal palki’s, medieval costumes, silver elephant saddles, jewellery, furniture, carved out of silver, variety of costumes etc. One can reach to the Ramnagar Fort through the Peepa pool, boats, steamers or Vishwa Sunday pool.

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