Mehrangarh Stronghold covers an area of 1,200 sections of land (486 hectares) in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. The complex is situated on a peak around 122 meters over the encompassing plain, and was developed around 1459 by Rajput ruler Rao Jodha, however the majority of the current construction is from the seventeenth hundred years. Inside its limits there are a few castles known for their complex carvings and far reaching yards, as well as a gallery lodging different relics. A winding street prompts and from the city beneath. The engravings of the effect of cannonballs terminated by going after multitudes of Jaipur can in any case be seen on the subsequent door. To one side of the post is the chhatri of Kirat Singh Pop, a trooper who fell on the spot shielding Mehrangarh.
There are seven doors, which incorporate Jai Pol (signifying ‘triumph entryway’), worked by Maharaja Man Singh to honor his triumphs over the Jaipur and Bikaner armed forces in 1806. The Fattehpol (likewise signifying ‘triumph door’), celebrates triumph of Maharaja Ajit Singh over the Mughals.