The fort of Kumbhalgarh has the second longest wall fortification in the world after the number one Wall of China. Kumbhalgarh was ordered to be built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. It was a strategic location in the wilderness of the Aravali Mountain Range. The wall stretches about 36 kilometers in length and is about 8 healthy horses wide. Kumbhalgarh is the birthplace of the great Maharana Pratap. There are many stone-and-brick temples in the premises. The fort was renovated by Maharana Fateh Singh in the 19th century.
Most photographers find overcast weather disinteresting. But I find it interesting. You get very different light in your photos, and that is what helps you create photos with mysterious beauty.
Kumbhalgarh is located at about a 100 kilometers of driving distance from Udaipur, towards north. The roads are good, but it will still take about 2 hours of driving time. If you happen to be at Ranakpur [beautiful Jain temple in the middle of forest], it is only about 50 kilometers of distance that will take 1 hour of driving time.
Here are some photos of Kumbhalgarh I took on my visit. Hope you will enjoy! ☺