Part of Jaigarh fort and Aravalli hill taken in Dr.Prem camera.
Jaigarh fort is made in the top of Aravalli hill. Almost all the fort in India is made in the top of the mountain. The fort is fortified by red sandstone and it is 3 km long and almost 1 km wide.
Water supply system in Jaigarh fort.
Ganesh Pol (Gate) Entrance. At the entrance of temple Goddess Sila Devi, there is a Lord Ganesh carving on the wall which is made of coral stone.
Aravalli hill surrounding Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur. Aravalli range of mountains are oldest in India and it spreads 800km from Haryana state to Gujarat state of India. It also crosses Rajasthan and Delhi state but most of the civilization developed in Aravalli hill of Rajasthan.
Water harvesting system inside Jaigarh fort, Jaipur, India. Rain was stored in this technique and send it through canal.
Pigeons Sitting in Jaigarh fort, Jaipur, India. Around 250 species of pigeons are found worldwide in which two-thirds are found in southwest asia, Australia and Pacific region.
Jaigarh fort in Jaipur. Fort is surrounded with thik wall of red sandstone which spead over 3 kilometers. It is also called "Cheel ka teela " or "Hill of Eagles".
Amazing view of pigeon taken by Dr.Prem in Amber fort, Jaipur, India. In Indian villages we can seen people providing shelter to pigeons in their house for good luck.
Pigeon flying near Jaigarh fort, Jaipur. Pigeons have long wings and powerful flight muscles which makes them strong and swift fliers. Family life of pigeons are monogamous. They mate only to survive.
Pigeon in dome of Jal Mahal. Due to lake, many pegeon comes to palace for search of food. All across the lake we can see Aravalli Hill, few temples and ancient forts.