The Taragarh fort is located on a hill top, Ajmer and is quite well known for its architectural beauty. The fort is quite old as it is considered to be built in the year 1354 and was originally used by the Chauhan dynasty as a monument of protection. Upon visiting the Taragarh fort one can see the three very attractive gateways and notice the beautiful architecture of the gateways. The fort has not been well looked after and appears quite withered. It’s hard to imagine that at one point in time there were sandalwood trees lines on either side of the fort the fragrance of which rose up to the arches and the complex of the entire fort. There is a tomb of an erstwhile governor who lost his life while fighting with the enemy, and the tomb is known as Miran Saheb ki Dargah. The fort is visited by quite a few numbers of tourists, all throughout the year. There is no entry fee for visiting the fort. The fort can be visited from 12:00am to 12:00pm, on days of the week.