The Jaigarh Fort, located within the pink city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, is architecturally similar to the Amer Fort. The fort is a reminder of Sawan Jai Singh II, is enclosed by huge battlements, and thus presents one of the most noteworthy sights of the city. Situated atop a hill, the fort also served as the royal repository for many years. It mainly consists of a granary, a number of shrines, worlds largest cannon on wheels, the Jai Ban, numerous palaces as well as the assembly Hall of the warriors called 'Shubhat Niwas'. The intention behind the making of the Jaigarh Fort was to protect the Amer fort and Jaipur city from warlords and intruders. Erected amid 15th and 18th century the fort is also named as the Fort of Victory, believed to be a safe place of huge treasure of gold. Dungar Darwaza, the main gate of the fort, is accessible by steep road, and offers an appealing view of the fort.