King of Jungle

The Scientific or Binomial name of African Lion is Panthera leo. Under the Kingdom of Animalia it comes under the class of Mammalia and Order Carnivora.

Amang Universe

The largest known star is called as Canis Majoris, if it were to be placed at the position of Sun it would devour up to Jupiter

God Exists

What does the world God implies: The word God Literally has many meanings, one popular meaning or synonym of God is that, “who cannot be created”

Newton's Laws

Have you ever tried throwing a ball while standing on roller skates? Have you ever imagined of stopping a running truck?Many such incidents in his macro world can be explained by means of Newton's three laws of motion or simply newton's laws.

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Mammals Order and Classification,list of Mammals,Mammal orders,Classification of Mammals and facts about Mammals


All mammals have hair and they feed their young ones with milk, but this hardly shows the huge diversity between a tree, an owl, a lion and a penguin.Mammals are high order Animals that includes Homosapiens. It is said that mammals appeared in the triassic period and have great range of species. Some mammals are spectacular , while other may not be that spectacular.

list of mammals

Mammals Order

The order or classification of mammals can be done in a simple way of dividing or classifying them into monotremes (duck billed platypus), marsupials (pouched animals like kangaroo) and placental animals(all other living mammals).Mammalogists who studies on mammals find this classification system somewhat bit inaccurate, it might be easier to think of all living mammals as belonging to 21 orders.These order have been posted below and these are not foolproof and is always subjected to change based on discoveries on them yet to be happen which also includes interpretation of old data.But whatever the classification science gives them, they are amazing and astonishing creation.

Classification of Mammals

Order of Mammals

As said before mammals have been classified into 21 orders, which are listed below.The list below gives us knowledge on Mammal Order,Common name,Examples and Characteristics of Mammals.
1. Order: Monotremata
    Common Name: One hole
    Example: Platypus,Spiny Anteater
    Characteristics: The mammals belonging to this order is different because they lay eggs instead of       giving birth to young ones and feed their young ones with milk.

2. Order: Marsupialia
    Common Name: with a pouch
    Example: Kangaroo, Koala,Opossum
    Characteristics: we know kangaroos carry their young ones in their pouch but the astonishing facts     is that the young ones form inside the pouch. Immature offspring reared in abdominal pouch.
Marsupial kangaroo

3. Order: Artiodactyla
    Common Name: Even-toed
    Example: Sheep,Pig,Giraffe,Camel,Cattle,Deer e.t.c
    Characteristics: Animals of this mammal classification are herbivorous(eats only plants) and have       two or four toes.
Artiodactyla Giraffe

4. Order: Carnivora
    Common Name: Flesh-Eating
    Example: Cat, Wolf, Otter, Weasel, Bear
    Characteristics: This mammal order has large canine teeth, clawed feet.Using their weapons these       predators hunt and kill for surviving.
Carnivora wolf

5. Order: Cetacea
    Common Name: Like whales
    Example: Dolphin, Porpoise,Whales
    Characteristics: They are Aquatic with blow holes on the top of their head and has front flippers.
Cetacea Porpoise

6. Order: Chiroptera
    Common Hand Wing
    Example: Bat
    Characteristics: This mammal are extra-ordinary as they fly and navigate using Echolocation.
Chiroptera Bat

7. Order: Dermoptera
    Common Name: Skin Wing
    Example: Flying Lemur
    Characteristics: This incredible mammal can glide from tree to tree with the skin attached to their       arm and body.They have fangs and wide Incisors.
Dermoptera Flying Lemur

8. Order: Endentata
    Common Name: Toothless
    Example: Anteater
    Characteristics: Lacking teeth or small simple teeth and eat mostly insects.
Anteater, Endentata

9. Order: Hyracordea
    Common Name: like Hyraxes
    Example: Hyrax
    Characteristics: They are generally Herbivores with hooves and teeth like rhinoceroses.

10.Order: Insectivora
    Common Name: Insect-Eating
    Example: Mole,shrew,Hedgehog
    Characteristics: These insect eaters have small with long snout and sharp cusped teeth.

11.Order: Lagomorpha
    Common Name: Rabbit-shaped
    Example: Rabbit,Hare,Pika
    Characteristics: This mammal have four upper incisors and hind legs adapted for jumping.

12.Order: Macroscelia
    Common Name: Large legs
    Example: Elephant Shrew
    Characteristics: Shrew like appearance with elongated noses and large back legs
Elephant shrew

13.Order: Perissodactyla
    Common Name: Odd toed
    Example: Horse, Zebra,Tapir,Rhinoceros
    Characteristics: This Herbivores, hooves with one or three toes.

14.Order: Pholidata
    Common Name: Scaly Ones
    Example: Pangolin
    Characteristics: Covered with horny scales, they feed on ants and termites.

15.Order: Pinnipedia
    Common Name: Fin feet
    Example: Seal,Sea lion,Walrus
    Characteristics: These mammals are known as marine carnivorous. They have modified limbs for       swimming.

16.Order: Primates
    Common Name: First
    Example: Human, Monkey, Ape
    Characteristics: These advanced mammals have large brains,opposable thumbs, binocular vision,         also they give birth to young ones and feed milk.
Monkey, Ape

17.Order: Proboscidea
    Common Name: Trunk Nosed
    Example: African and Asian Elephants
    Characteristics: Large Herbivores with trunks, infact elongated trunks.

18.Order: Rodentia
    Common Name: Rodents
    Example: Mouse,Rat,Beaver,Squirrel
    Characteristics: These are small herbivores with chisel like incisors.

19.Order: Sirenia
    Common Name: Like Sirens
    Example: Dugong, Manatee
    Characteristics: They eat water plants in Estuaries and they have front flippers but has no back             legs.

20.Order: Tubulidentata
    Common Name: Tubular teeth
    Example: Aardvark
    Characteristics: Dig up termites for food, have only four or five peg like teeth.

21.Order: Xenarthra
    Common Name: Unusual joints
    Example: Sloth, Armadillo
    Characteristics: Sloths are arboreal, Armadillos have scale like covering.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Angler fish,Deep Sea Angler fish,Angler fish Habitat,Angler fish male and facts on Angler fish

Have you heard of a fish that goes fishing? Angler fish is a fish for which the scientific name is Lophiiformes. They are bony fish and are named for their predator mode using the lure in front of fish's head which attracts prey.

Deep Sea Angler Fish

This predator is Carnivores that weighs up to 110 lbs and grows up to 40 inches.More than 250 species of Angler Fish have a lure, an appendage they use to attract other fish to eat.Growing from the top of the fish's head, the lure is long and thin and often has a feathery end that attracts prey. Even if the lure gets damaged while hunting, the lure will grow back.

Angler fish light 

A deep water angler fish known as The black sea Dragon has a lure with added attraction.In the dark depth of ocean, light producing bacteria live in its lure.The bacteria and black sea dragon gets benefit from each other. Bacteria feed off Sea dragon and in turn helps the predator to attract fish to prey on.

Angler fish occur worldwide living in deep oceans and in the continental Shelf.It is believed this fish was evolved 130 million years ago.The teeth of the fish are curved inward. Angler fish male are smaller in size compared with the female fish, hence they are known for Sexual dimorphism and symbiosis.The lure of the male fish attracts the female fish for mating.
This angler fish looks angry and it is said it is the ugliest animal on Earth.The interesting fact of Angler fish habitat is that is lives in one of the most extreme condition, namely the lonely and dark depth of the sea.One can see this fish in the movie finding Nemo. They vary from grey to brown colour and found in Atlantic and Arctic oceans.The lure looks like a juicy,fat worm which attracts the pray. 

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Oceans of the world and the facts of major oceans - Information on Oceans

Two Hundred million years ago, all the land was connected in one giant super continent and we have named it as Pangea which was surrounded by single enormous oceans.All the ocean water on earth is still connected in different places.Now let us learn the names of oceans in the world and information on oceans.


Oceans cover nearly three-fourths of Earth's surface.They surround all the continents and give earth its blue appearance when viewed from space.Oceans composed of 139 million square miles of water body.Ocean water contains traces of all chemical elements found on earth along with 3.5 percent salt, hence is enables life on earth as part of the water cycle.One of the important function of ocean is the regulation of global temperature by absorbing heat in summer and releasing it in winter.Various factors like Currents, wind, density gradients and earth's rotation keep the ocean in motion. As earth spins wind and currents are deflected to the right in northern hemisphere and left in southern hemisphere transporting warm water from equatorial regions into much colder polar regions.

Types of the Ocean

Scientist or geographers who study oceans divide it into four entities.we can go through the list of oceans in the world and learn facts about those major oceans of the world.The following are the four types of oceans on the earth:
1.Pacific Ocean
2.Atlantic Ocean
3.Indian Ocean
4.Arctic Ocean

Pacific Ocean

The area of the Pacific Ocean is 165,600,700,186,300 square miles) and hence it is the largest ocean and water body of earth's surface and covers about one-third of earth's total land area.It is about 18 times the size of the Unites States.This vast ocean has the deepest point on earth named Mariana Trench which is 35,840 feet or 10,924 meter deep.This Ocean was named by Magellan which meant the "peaceful sea".The Constant winds keep temperatures between 70 to 80 degree Fahrenheit near the equator.Monsoons occur from Japan to new Guinea between June and October.Pacific ocean contains about 25,000 islands more than the rest of the world's oceans added together.The equator divides the ocean into North and south Pacific ocean.Due to the effects of plate tectonics, the Pacific Ocean is shrinking by 2.5 cm per year on all three sides.On other hand, the Atlantic Ocean is increasing in size.The Pacific Ocean was formed 750 million years ago by the breakup of Rodinia, and it is called the Panthalassic Ocean until the breakup of Pangea, about 200 million years ago.The ocean was first mapped by Abraham Ortelius and he named it as Maris Pacifici. The volume of water in the ocean is nearly 710,000,000 cubic kilometer.

Pacific Ocean

Atlantic Ocean

The area of the Atlantic ocean is nearly 86,223,600,420,000 square miles) and it cover 9.5 times the size of the United States and also it is the second largest ocean.The deepest point of this Ocean is called as Puerto Rico Trench and is 28,232 feet deep. The weather is Cold,hot and windy from june to November, hurricanes can form off the coast of Africa and move west to North America.This Atlantic ocean surrounds the world's largest island, Greenland.Endangered marine species include the manatee, seals, sea lions, turtles, and whales reside within the Ocean.Atlantic Ocean is the saltiest of all the major oceans in the world.

Atlantic ocean

Indian Ocean

The area of the Indian Ocean is 73,144,300,350,500 square miles) which is about 8 times the size of the United States and it is the world third largest ocean.The deepest point of the ocean is called as Java trench and it is 23,376 feet deep(7,125 m). The weather of the Ocean is mainly hot and Cyclones from October to June. It is said that Chinese explorers crossed it long before European explorers ventured into Atlantic.Indian ocean is said to be the "mine of Gems".Volume of water in this ocean is 246,000,000 cubic kilometer and the average depth is 3,700 m.The Indian Ocean is the warmest ocean in the world.Zambezi, Shatt al-Arab, Indus, Godavari, Krishna, Narmada, Ganges, Brahmaputra, Jubba and Irrawaddy are some rivers that flow into the Indian Ocean.Indian ocean is the youngest of all the major Oceans.This ocean has the largest concentration of phytoplankton and endangered marine species like dugong, seals, turtles, and whales.

Indian Ocean

Arctic Ocean

Arctic ocean covers an area of 13,172,700 which is about 1.5 times the size of the United States and yes, it is the smallest and shallowest ocean of all and the deepest point of the ocean is about 15,340 feet or 4,665 m deep which is called as the Fram Basin.The ocean is almost completely frozen with a layer of ice 10 feet thick at months of October to June also with no sunlight in the winter months. water is highly saltier because the pure water freezes first leaving the unfrozen part with a higher concentration of salt.Endangered marine species in the Arctic Ocean include walruses and whales and has little plant life in it.It is believed that nearly 25 percent of world's undiscovered oil and natural gas resources lie beneath the ocean.

Arctic ocean

Ocean Floor

The ocean floor contains many physical features starting with continental shelf, the submerged extension of the continents.The shelf gradually descends before dropping of sharply in the continental slope and again softening in the continental rise.The deep ocean floor is called abyssal plain and it formed when sediments collects over rough parts of the ocean floor, it has underwater volcanoes as well as Mid ocean Ridge a mountain chain more than 40,000 miles long.Some areas of the ocean floor also have deep narrow depressions called trenches(Mariana trench).Scientists know more about the surface of the moon than they know about the ocean floor.

This article explained on the oceans of the world, list of all oceans,information of oceans and gave facts on ocean types and ocean floor.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Newton's Laws - Newton's Three Laws of Motion, Illustration,Examples and Explanation

Have you ever tried throwing a ball while standing on roller skates? Have you ever imagined of stopping a running truck?Many such incidents in his macro world can be explained by means of Newton's three laws of motion or simply newton's laws.Want to know what are those force and laws of motion framed by Sir.Isaac Newton? Here you can learn the stated laws of Newton and also learn the some examples or illustration of Newton's first,second and third law.

Newton's Laws

Newton's Three Laws of Motion

Before going into the laws of motion first let us see some facts and information of Sir.Isaac Newton.
  • Sir Isaac Newton was born on 25 December 1642 and he was well known as English physicist and mathematician.
  • He wrote a book named Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica known as Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy that was first published in 1687.This book paved way for classical mechanics.
  • He formulated the laws of motion and universal gravitation.
  • Based on the observation that a prism decomposes white light into  visible spectrum colours proposed theory of colour and Newton was the first one to built practical reflecting telescope.
  • In 1704, Newton published Opticks in 1704 that revealed his corpuscular theory of light.
  • IT has been said that the apple story is a myth and that Newton did not arrive at his theory of gravity in any single moment but through series of discoveries. But Newton himself said about the apple incident.

Newton's laws of motion

Now let us go through the Newton's Laws of Motion and learn the discoveries made by Sir.Isaac newton that helped the science to reveal many mysteries in this macro world.

Newton's First Law or Newton's First Law of Motion: 

Newton's First Law states," That an object will remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless acted upon by an external force".
The Latin translation of this newton law is,"Corpus omne perseverare in statu suo quiescendi vel movendi uniformiter in directum, nisi quatenus a viribus impressis cogitur statum illum mutare".

Explanation and Illustration of Newton's First law:
From this law of motion Sir.Newton explains us that any object at rest or in uniform motion will continue in its action unless it is disturbed such as action of moving or stopping by external force.
for example a book on the table will remain in rest till it is moved by a human and the rotation of earth around the sun will continue till the rotation is stopped by any external force such as asteroids. Also if any change occurs in the motion of an object it causes or involves acceleration,causing the external force to be zero.Hence this change shows us that newton's first law is a special case of newton's second law.
Now lets us see two pictures or images that explains us and helps us understand Newton's first more effectively.
fig 1: This image explaining Newton's first law was pictured by NASA from which we can learn how air planes fly on air on base on Newton's 1st law.The drag is directly proportional to the thrust which holds the aircraft with constant speed in air thus proving first law of Newton.

fig 2: This image too helps to understand the first law of newton clearly. Consider a stone attached to a string and rotate the stone in the path circle horizontally by holding the end of the string. This creates needed centripetal force for the stone to move in circle.Also the stone is moving in constant uniform motion and if the string is cut the stone will move in a straight line without external forces, this is an example proving Newton's first law.

Newton's Second Law or Newton's Second Law of Motion

The Latin translation of this newton law is,"Mutationem motus proportionalem esse vi motrici impressae, et fieri secundum lineam rectam qua vis illa imprimitur"

Which states or denotes that, " The acceleration of an object produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object"

Explanation and Illustration of Newton's First law
This law of Newton can be explained as follows, "If a motion is caused by a force, the motion doubles as force is doubled, motion triples as force triples.Simply said velocity of an object changes as forces are induced.That is velocity of an object maintains unless force acts on it to cause acceleration.(Rate of change of velocity).It can also be said that heavier objects require more force to move than lighter objects for the same distance.
This law can be mathematically defined as
where m=mass and a=acceleration.
for example;
Consider a man trying to move a stone that weighs 1000kg and the stone moves at a rate of 0.5m/s, then according to the above formula F=ma, we can find the force by multiplying mass and acceleration i.e., 1000 x 0.5 = 500 newtons of force.
As this law aids in quantitative calculations of dynamics it is considered to be the most powerful of Newton's laws.

fig 1: The figure below explains the law in an effective manner. Small object has large acceleration for a given force and large object have small acceleration for the same given force.

Newton's Third Law or Newton's Third Law of Motion

Newton's third law states that," For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" which is known by nearly every human on this earth. This law explains the fact that When one body exerts a force on a other body, the other body simultaneously exerts a equal amount of force in magnitude as well as in opposite direction on the first body.
When the original Latin language of this law is translated to English it reads like this,"To every action there is always opposed an equal reaction: or the mutual actions of two bodies upon each other are always equal, and directed to contrary parts".

Explanation and Illustration of Newton's First law
For instance, Consider the motion of flying birds. A bird flies by use of its wings. The flapping wings of a bird pushes the air downwards and backwards.So as per newton's third law, the air must also push the bird upwards and forward direction, which keep the bird in motion of flying. The amount of the force by the bird on the air equals the amount of the force on the bird; the direction of the force on the air (downwards and backwards) is opposite to the direction of the force on the bird (upwards and forwards). Thus proving Newton's third law.

Also have you tried throwing a ball wearing skies in your legs? It will push u backward as you throw the ball forward. A cricket ball hitting a glass window shatters the glass in the direction opposite towards it impact. These are some examples of Newton's third law of motion.

The principle behind the lifting of rocket and its propagation is also Newton's third law.

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Saturday, 6 February 2016

How does Rocket Work? Principle Behind Working of Rocket - Newton's Law

Rockets are the most interesting things that the children and even the adult people are fond of, for centuries even from the day since man has been created people always had the anxious about flying like a bird into space which ultimately led to the discovery of Rockets at this present age. Now here in this post you are going to learn about the most interesting and Incredible facts of Rockets such as origin or invention of rockets and also you are going to learn the principle of how does rocket fly?

How does Rocket Work?

Principle Behind Working of Rocket

Before learning the facts about the working of Rocket or principle behind its working,let us first learn some facts about the ideas that led to the invention of rocket and how the rocket was invented. Fasten your seat belts to go for a ride about rockets....

Invention of Rockets

Rockets invented and worked out

At 1232CE to the Chinese city Kaifeng was invaded by Mongolian hence to defend them the Chinese used firework missiles which were actually the first rockets!!!but the invention of Gun powder around 800CE gave the idea of rockets and made the invention of rockets possible.During 20 th century many rocket science techniques were pioneered by US physicist Robert Hutchings Goddard (1882–1945),who is know as the father of modern rocketry,

Other than Chinese and US,German scientists too made important impressions in the invention of Rockets.In world war 2 German used V-2,which is a rocket propelled missile. Later Rocket was used by Russians to make a giant leap of entering into space.They fired Sputnik in 1957 with a dog named laica in space,then US made a feat of sending living human to land on moon in 1969 with use of rockets.Nowadays rockets are the mandatory equipments to launch satellite into space by many countries around the world.

How do Rockets work?

Newton principle behind Rocket

To be crisp the rockets mainly work on the principle of Newton's III law which states that,"for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction"This theory make the myth that rockets push the air to move forward as false because the space is devoid of air. The hot gases fired by the propellent of rocket engine produces enormous amount of force downwards(action) which is counteracted by the opposite force upwards(reaction) that lifts the rocket and make it propagate it into space. The most important factor to be considered in the launching of rocket is the Escape velocity.

Escape velocity is the velocity to be attained by any object to escape from earth's gravity field and escape into space.Hence theoretically rockets much achieve speed of 11.2 km/s or 40,000 km/h (Escape Velocity) to escape from gravity and enter into space. Initially at start this escape velocity cannot be achieved hence with aid of propellent the rocket is lifted against gravity and as the rocket goes up the curve the velocity is gradually achieved by series of injections by the fuel. Rocket achieves the needed kinetic energy gradually to attain the escape velocity.To explain in simple way a rocket must do work against the gravitational force as it travels over a distance.

Rocket Engine

Working of Rocket Engine

The working of rocket engine can be explained easily. The initial lift of rocket is achieved by propellent which is also known as solid rocket boosters. As these cannot be controlled they are used only for lifting of rocket.As there is no air in space,rocket must carry oxidizer. The Rocket contains a combustion chamber at the bottom where mixing of liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen from oxidizer takes place.This mixing causes burning of oxygen and hydrogen producing hot exhaust that escapes through nozzle producing thrust.Thus ensures lifting and propagating of Rocket.And as rocket propagates this process takes place at regular intervals ensuring rocket maintains its escape speed.

Hope you acquired great knowledge regarding the Rockets, How does rocket work, Invention of Rocket,Rocket engines,Working of rocking engines...Thanks for reading also learn more incredibles facts about nature and science in our webpage.

Monday, 9 November 2015

Mailu Island: Location,Facts,History and Culture

Mailu Island

 Location,Facts,History and Culture

There are many places in the world which are still unknown to humans and one such place is Mailu island which is known very less by Humans. The location, facts and historical details of this Mailu island are very interesting and to known about the culture of the people is mind blowing. Now we are going to learn some of the incredible facts of Mailu Island.

Location and facts of Mailu Island

This Awesome island is located at  Central Province, Papua New Guinea and it lies nearly 250km ESE from Port Moresby and hence considered as Remote region for humans.It has been inhabited since olden days and is located 8 km south of the New Guinea coast where crops and trees such as coconut, betel and sugar cane are grown. To be precise mailu islane is situated between Turtle Back Island and Laluoro. Landmarks such as Uruio Rock are found in mailu island.

History and Culture of Mailu Island

Like the treasure island mailu island was also discovered by an expedition group called  Luís Vaez de Torres, a Spanish team. They visited the island on August 24, 1606 and it was cartographed as san Bartolome. the neighbouring lands areas of mailu island was called as Magna Margarita by the Spaniards to honour the queen of the spain who reigns that time whose husband was  Philip III, Margaret and this this name prevails for that island. Also the people dwelling in the island were called as Ratiles by those Spanish group.

The mailu island was visited by many big experts in various fields. Especially the island was visited by  Bronislaw Malinowski and an Austrian named Hugo Bernatzik who were anthropologist,the Austrian was also a photographer in 1914 and 1932 respectively to discover the mysteries in the island and to research on culture and resources on mailu island. Based on the Bernatzik published an book on the people and culture of mailu island in which he described as people as good, skilled and talented natives. The houses and boats constructed by the people were a good example for their art. Many pictures of the people, Island and their work are also taken by the explorers.

Thursday, 9 April 2015

Facts of Kumbhalgarh, the long and great wall of India also beauty of Earth

Everyone had heard about the longest wall of the world, which is the great wall of China but to your surprise now you are going to learn about the longest wall of India. Only a few would know about this monument of India. Now we are going to learn about the long wall of India called as Kumbhalgarh. This Kumbhalgarh fort is located among natural scenes of forests and desert and hence considered or gives the appearance of natural fort among forest.

Kumbhalgarh, the long and great wall of India 

facts of Kumbhalgarh

Kumbhalgarh wall or the Kumbhalgarh fort is the longest wall constructed in India and it is located in western India. Kumbhalgarh Fort is a Mewar fortress andis located in Rajsamand District of Rajasthan. This Kumbhalgarh Fort is a Mewar fortress in the Rajsamand District of Rajasthan and was built by Rana Kumbha in 15th century. Kumbhalgarh Fort was declared as UNESCO world heritage site in 2013. 

Incredible facts of Kumbhalgarh, The Long wall of India

History and Construction of Kumbhalgarh fort

  • Kumbhalgarh wall is the longest wall of India that extends up to 36 kilometers and also this is the second longest wall of the world.

  • It is Built at about 1100 meters above sea level and it consists of 360 temples within it.
  • This fort has seven fortified gates and frontal wall are fifteen feet thick.    
  • Aravalli  Range and Thar Desert views can be seen from this fort.
  • A volunteer Human sacrifice was made based on the advice of spiritual advisor and the fort was built upon his Body.
  • It is known as the Great wall of India
  • out of 84 forts 32 forts have been designed by the emperor Rana Kumbha.
  • During the construction the king burned down 50kg of ghee and 100kg of cotton to provide light for farmers who constructed the fort at night time daily.
  • This Kumbhalgarh fort was constructed for defensive purpose only.
  • Kumbhalgarh fort was successfully built by Emperor Rana Kumbha the descendent of Sisodia Rajputs.
  • The Kumbhalgarh fort  consists of 21 furnished rooms for accommodation
  • The travel arrangement of Kumbhalgarh Fort consists of camel safaris, village tours, sightseeing and wildlife sanctuary excursions.
  • Kumbhalgarh is the birth place of Maharana Pratap.
  • This Mighty Kumbhalgarh fort had never been conquered.
  • Kumbhalgarh is one of the largest Shivling of India
  • This fort is a great example of Architecture of Indians and also this fort is Eco-Friendly.

Hope You enjoyed this Incredible fact of Kumbhalgarh, the long wall of India...This Fort is a beauty of India.