Geography in Kumbhalgarh

Kumbhalgarh is a fortress in Mewar located in the Aravalli Hills, in Rajsamand district close to Udaipur in western India. Being a part of the Hill Forts of Rajasthan, it is a World Heritage Site which was built in the 15th century. The fort of Kumbhalgarh has edge border of 36 km, which makes it the longest border on earth. Kumbhalgarh has several sustained entrances

Twenty - two towns are a part of Kumbhalgarh. The soils is usually thin and soft. The geography of the Kumbhalgarh can be separated into slopes and plain. The territories of plain have for the most part been co-settled on crops.

And Kumbhalgarh sanctuary is home to an assortment of natural life, some of which are endangered species. The leopard is the pinnacle predator in the haven. The feathered creatures at Kumbhalgarh include grey junglefowl. Peacocks and pigeons can be found feeding grains dispersed by the wilderness guards.

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