The Kishangarh Fort is located in Jaisalmer Bulge and has historical significance. This fort lies between the towns of Madha, Ramgarh and Tanot in Rajasthan. The fort has a high strategic importance, it being located on the road that links India with Pakistan.
The fort came to limelight when the Pakistan army, with the help of the local tribe Hurs, captured it. However, it was later returned to India, based on an agreement, known as the Tashkent agreement.
The fort is believed to have been built by the kings of the Rathore dynasty and is an example of the Indian architecture that prevailed in India, centuries ago. The Kishangarh Fort is a major tourist attraction, especially, for tourists who are interested in history and archaeology.