Nagaur Fort, exterior, before, during and after conservation work. Photos courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust

Nagaur Fort, exterior, before, during and after conservation work. Photos courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust

Nagaur Fort, exterior, before, during and after conservation work. Photos courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust More»

Nagaur Fort, exterior, before, during and after conservation work. Photos courtesy of the Ahhichatragarh-Nagaur Fort, Mehrangarh Museum Trust

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