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Since the 1300s, Fort Barwara, along with neighboring Chauth ka Barwara temple, has been home to many legends. To understand the ethos of our heritage property is to understand the folk symbols and stories surrounding it, even in its most modern avatar as our Six Senses hotel.

Myths, murder, modern-day magic

Myths, murder, modern-day magic

“Worship me!” is a clumsy translation of the request made by goddess Chauth Mata to Chauhan ruler Maharaja Bhim Singh in his dream sometime around 1451. What happened next?

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Walk on the wild side

Walk on the wild side

Six Senses Fort Barwara is rewilding to remove invasive plants, replant endemic flora, and bring back birdlife, jackals, and leopards, vital for rebalancing the ecology.

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