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Rajsamand: After the country got the presidency of the G-20, the delegates of the Sherpa conference visited the Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajsamand district for a tour on Wednesday. The Sherpas were welcomed in the Rajasthani tradition. A total of 54 foreign delegates reached Kumbhalgarh Fort from Udaipur amid tight security to visit Kumbhalgarh fort. They were welcomed with a flower shower and Sahariya dance. The Sherpas then visited the Shiva temple. They took selfies at the Kumbhalgarh Fort. Then amid tight security along with administrative officers they reached the Hawa Mahal, the main site of Kumbhalgarh Fort. Domestic and foreign Sherpas saw the room where Maharana Pratap was born in Kumbhalgarh Fort. They also visited the terrace of Badal Mahal and admired the natural beauty of Mewar and Marwar.
The movement of common people from all the routes from Kelwara to Kumbhalgarh Fort and Saira was completely stopped and heavy police force was deployed at various places. Rajsamand District Collector Nilabh Saxena, Udaipur District Collector Tarachand, Udaipur IG (Inspector general) Prafulla Kumar, Rajsamand SP (Superintendent of Police) Sudhir Chaudhary, police force of Udaipur, Ajmer, Bhilwara and Chittorgarh were present during this.