Neemrana Fort Palace in Rajasthan

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Neemrana is an ancient historical town in Alwar district of Rajasthan, India, situated at 122 km from Delhi on the Delhi-Jaipur highway in Behror tehsil. It is situated in between Behror and shahajahanpur. Neemrana comes under the Delhi NCR region and it is an industrial hub. This area is also known as Raath region, It is the site of 14th century hill-fort occupied by Chauhans till 1947. The erstwhile ruling family is considered to be the direct lineage of Prithviraj Chauhan. Some distance from Neemrana is another fort, Kesroli in Alwar district, that is one of the oldest heritage sites. Historians trace it to the Matsya Janapada of the Mahabharata times. In Kesroli one gets to see the oldest remains of Buddhist Vihara at Viratnagar where the Pandavas spent the last year of their exile incognito; Pandupole, with the only reclining statue of Hanuman; the samadhi of the ruler saint Bhartrihari and Talavriksha with ancient water reservoirs.
The fort sited atop the rare, dark Hornstone Breccia rocks, commands splendid agrarian views from its ramparts, which rise to 50–65 meters. The origins of the Fort Kesroli can be traced back over six centuries. It is reputed to have been built by the Chauhans, descendants of Lord Krishna. It subsequently changed hands, being conquered by the Mughals and the Yadavs before reverting to the Rajputs in 1775 when the princely state of Alwar was founded.