The Great Wall of India Kumbhalgarh
In fact, Kumbhalgarh is the second largest continuous wall on the planet after the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall of India is over 1000 meters above sea level, its length is 36 kilometers and it is massive. Meanwhile, enlarged in the 19th century, the Work on Kumbhalgarh began in 1443, and it took over a century to construct the wall with seven gateways. The walls at some points are fifteen feet wide. Occupied until the late 19th century, the fort is now open to the public as a museum and is spectacularly lit for a few minutes each evening. Yet, despite its size and history, the Great Wall of India remains something of a mystery to tourists.
According to a legend, when the builders started constructing the wall in 1143, it collapsed. And then, the guru of the ruler Ran Kumbh predicted that the wall would not stand until the gods were appeased. And some pilgrim sacrificed himself. On the site of his grave they erected the main gate.