Are you ready for a blast from the past?
This is a 14th century fort built by Firoj Shah Tugalaq is a true beauty, complete with a palace made of stones that’s currently dominated by bats (hey, everyone needs a roof over their head, right?). But seriously, those bats can be a bit of a handful, so watch out when exploring the ruins.
But don’t let the bats scare you away! The palace complex offers some pretty sweet photo opps, and there are even places that are restricted for your own safety (because let’s face it, climbing and jumping on ancient ruins is never a good idea).
Just remember to bring some snacks and drinks to keep you refreshed on your journey, and make sure to keep the place clean (no litter please!).
Oh, and one more thing: the Jahaj Kothi Museum was originally an 18th-century Jain temple, and later it was used as a residence by the Irish mercenary adventurer George Thomas and James Skinner. So, be careful, there are many undercrafts in which dangerous bats live and sometimes they can stick to you, So save yourself when wandering inside it.