Underlying 1734 and stretched out in 1868, this tough post sits(Nahargarh) above the city from a sheer edge toward the north. The story goes that the post was named after Nahar Singh, a dead sovereign whose fretful soul was disturbing development. Whatever was underlying the day disintegrated in the night. The ruler consented to leave on condition that the stronghold was named for him. The perspectives are sublime and an eatery’s ideal for a cool lager.
One approach to visit is to climb the precarious, winding 2km way to the top, beginning from the finish of Nahargarh Fort Rd. To drive, you need to reroute through the Amber region in a roaming 8km full circle.