The Ranthambore fort is basically delimited by enormous stonewalls which are reinforced by strongholds and looms. The stone for the stonework was excavated from the inner region the Fort. Later, the excavations were converted into ponds for the purpose of storing water.
The Ganesha Temple is major attraction of the fort, Thousands of people come here from every corner of the country,and seek blessings from the Lord for happiness and prosperity.One interesting aspect is the mail that is sent to Lord Ganesha consisting mainly of wedding invitations. These letters are delivered daily by the local postman.
A tiny perpetual watercourse known as Gupt Ganga flows in one region of the Ranthambore Fort. The Gupt Ganga is one more awesome sight which is a string of steps that are slashed into rock until they reach a recurrent watercourse.
This fort consisted four gateways, out of these four gateways only one gate is still standing named as MISRADHARA.
The Ranthambore Fort is one of the most excellent destinations to visit the exceptional and indefinable fishing cat
In eastern part a wild life century is situated which is known for its tiger. This park is the main attraction for the tourists. This is one of the largest Wild life centuries in India. This park is situated within an area of 393 sq.kms. and is popular for its Tiger population.