Riasi Fort or Zorawar Fort
Riasi Fort or Zorawar Fort
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29 ulasan
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Kevin S
Pontypridd, UK6.243 kontribusi
Jun 2023 • Pasangan
A small Fort dating from 1836 and renovated in 1997. At least the renovation was sympathetically done because it looks old. There are a couple of rooms to visit, one with some historic artefacts and information boards the second room mostly interesting military history of this region. Nothing special but actually better than I expected
Ditulis pada 6 Juli 2023
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V B
Heaton, UK25 kontribusi
Jun 2022 • Keluarga
Nice Fort impressive sound and light show. Filthy surroundings with stray dogs everywhere
Leh should improve the cleanliness and hygiene of this city to become attractive
Ditulis pada 5 Juni 2022
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kartiksingh
Bangalore District, India17 kontribusi
Sep 2019
The fort was rite close to the hotel , and we often walked towards it in the evening , its taken over by the army and have done a great job on restoring the place .
Ditulis pada 17 Januari 2020
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Global Traveler
Agra, India428 kontribusi
Jun 2019 • Keluarga
General Zorawar Fort Light and Sound Show is a must-visit attraction when you visit the city. Its impressive structure is made from a local type of clay, sun-dried bricks, stones and wooden frames around the edges. This fort was home to the "Conqueror of Ladakh" late Zorawar Singh Kahluria who consistently struggled against the Chinese Rulers. And even now this major tourist attraction gleams with pride and it is declared as one of the national monuments in India by Archaeological Sites and Remains Act 1958.
The Light and sound show is run by the army. It has a museum which has a mould of General Zorawar and has tablets depicting all details of different wars that were fought in Ladhak. The show is about 30-45 minutes tell the different wars late Zorawar Singh fought and history of the fort. The civilians are given due respect and made to sit in the front row, the army personal and their families sit at the back rows. The entry ticket is free for those who have Hall of Fame ticket and rest Rs 20 each. A lifetime experience must visit. Tickets are available just before the show. Must-Visit.
Ditulis pada 24 Juli 2019
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P G
Galle, Sri Lanka948 kontribusi
Jul 2019 • Teman
Zorawar Singh 's achievements and Heroics are worth looking at. He fought bravely till end to expand the Kingdom. he reached Mansarovar and opened horizons for future.
Ditulis pada 20 Juli 2019
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Mazid
2 kontribusi
Mei 2019 • Bisnis
Nice place to visit and best things is maintain by Indian Army.
Every at least visit Leh should go there
Ditulis pada 26 Mei 2019
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Dhyan Chand
Lucknow, India1.703 kontribusi
Apr 2019 • Teman
Wazir Zorawar Singh, a general of Maharaja Gulab Singh of Dogra dynasty, was considered to be a military genius and a pastmaster in mountain warfare. He paid at least six visits to Ladakh between 1834 and 1841 and extended the boundaries of India in the north. Indian Army renovate the fort for public. A light and sound show also presented for public. #Incredableindia🇮🇳
Ditulis pada 3 April 2019
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royjay2018
New Delhi, India198 kontribusi
Jun 2018 • Pasangan
Zorawar Fort is located at the heart of Leh, quite close to the Leh Main Market. The Fort has not been well-maintained over the years and tourists may as well give it a skip.
Ditulis pada 5 Oktober 2018
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Lovers_paradise
new delhi176 kontribusi
Jun 2018 • Pasangan
The Zorawar Fort is located near the Leh Main Market. The Fort is in ruins and does not merit any tourist activity.
Ditulis pada 3 September 2018
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RAJENDRA884 PRASAD
Faridabad, India3.289 kontribusi
Agu 2017 • Teman
We stayed very close to this fort and visited this historical place, which was established by General Zorawar Singh, who was from armed forces of Raja Gulab Singh of Jammu, and invaded upto Tibet.

This is a compact Museum, spread over two halls, part of an old fort. Must see for those, who wish to learn about Sikh history and also about history of Ladakh.
Ditulis pada 27 Juli 2018
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