Fort Seengh Sagar

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Once a fortress symbolizing the hardship between the Mewar and Marwar regions, Fort Seengh Sagar has been converted to an exceptionally intimate and luxurious villa. Sitting in the middle of a monsoon-dependent lake amid a dramatic rocky landscape, this island fortress is an awe-inspiring sight only reachable by a dirt road, small bridge, or, during the rainy season, by boat. Just five kilometers/three miles from sister property Deogarh Mahal, Fort Seengh Sagar is a relatively secluded property near the historic ruins of the deserted Manpura village and other exciting rural attractions. Dating back to the 17th century, Fort Seengh Sagar was converted in 2005 and now boasts three large guestrooms, a sitting area, a delightful courtyard with a small pond, and fire pit during the winter season. Though fully equipped with modern amenities, Fort Seengh Sagar offers guests full use of the facilities and services at Deogarh Mahal. While available by guestroom, Fort Seengh Sagar’s size and intimacy makes it popular for private parties and vacations to rent as a villa. This exclusive escape is a relaxing haven while maintaining its polished presentation attributed to the rich history.
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Take a day trip to Bhilwara to see Sanganer Fort, Harni Mahadev Temple, Joganiya Mata Temple, and the Kyara Ke Balaji.

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Discover

Discover Fort Seengh Sagar, located in a seasonal lake near the historic ruins of the deserted Manpura village.

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Explore

Explore the Ranakpur Jain Temple nearby.

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Experience

Experience the the Rural Rail, which dates to the 1930s.

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Taste

Taste some pani puri when out exploring the surrounding countryside.

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