My first destination was Nahargarh Fort, a magnificent fort in the Aravalli range of Jaipur. Earlier known as Sudarshangarh, built in 1734, this fort served as a strong defence for Jaipur city. Though it was never attacked by enemies, this fort was built for defence purposes. The word Nahargarh means 'abode of tigers' & was named after the tigers which roamed around the hills. The most amazing part of the fort is Madhavendra Bhawan which had 12 identical suites for each of the 12 queens of Sawai Madho Singh.
I chose to visit the fort in the evening to spectate the city of Jaipur with lights on. The view looks amazing and spectacular. If you are driving on your own to this fort in the night, the journey is full of mysteries. After the fort is closed, you can still visit "Padao", an open air restaurant & bar with the beautiful view of Jaipur city with lights.