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Chittorgarh Fort

Heroism, velour, sacrifice, devotion… Chittorgarh Fort stands as a literal representation of the virtues of the Rajput kings and queens. This beautiful, extensive structure is the most popular fort of Rajasthan. The fort has seven gateways that one has to pass through to get in, along with the numerous water pools in the vicinity of the fort, which is vastly spread over 700 hectares. The water reservoirs, supplying water to 22 of the prior 84 pools around the fort is known to be able to contain at least 4 billion litres of water. The vast fort is an attraction that none can avoid, and Chittorgarh as a city takes immense pride in this edifice

Fateh Prakash Mahal

Aptly named after Maharana Fateh Singh, the Fateh Prakash Palace is an epitome of modern architecture. Housing an idol of Lord Ganesh, along with a fountain, and found here and there are an array of wall paintings and murals. It is now popular as a museum of Rajput history, and the architecture is breathtaking just like all the other historical forts and palaces in Rajasthan. Sculptures, paintings, historical artifacts artefacts etc. are found in abundance in the museum, and it is quite an attraction for tourists.

Padmavati Palace

Another structure located in the midst of Fort is the Rani Padmini Palace, named after Padmini of Chittorgarh. She was married to the Rana Rawal Ratan Singh, was known throughout India for her impeccable beauty and intelligence. It is said that she herself inspected the defences of the palace when the fort was under siege by the Sultan of Delhi, Alauddin Khilji. Art and music flourished during the reign of Ratan Singh, and the palace walls are adorned with beautiful Rajput paintings, those which catch the eye of a tourist immediately. After the battle at Chittorgarh Fort, Rani Padmini chose to commit Jauhar instead of getting captured.

Ratan Singh Mahal

Maharana Ratan Singh II was the son of Rana Sanga. He succeeded the throne after the death of his father. He served as the Maharana of a very short span of time from 1527 to 1531. Maharana Ratan Singh II during his lifetime had built a beautiful palace within the fort of Chittorgarh as a winter abode for the Royal family. From the northern part of the Chittorgarh Fort, this massive construction can be easily viewed.

Lord Sanwaliya Temple

This temple is famous among local community at Chittorgarh and nearby villages and is around 38 Kms from Chittorgarh Fort. This temple is on the way to Chittorgarh from Udaipur. The architecture is very nice and is believed to be one of richest temple of Rajasthan.The idol in temple is considered to found from place nearby highway while digging and it has lot of significance.

Victory Tower

This huge tower was constructed between 1442 and 1449 AD by Rana Kumbha. It was built in the admiration of Rana Kumbha's victory over Mahmud Khilji. The 122 foot long tower is made by the combination of two rocks- red sandstone and marble. There are nine stories in this fort with each of the stories having its own individual balcony facing outwards. As one goes through the staircase one meets with an alternate view of either the central chamber or the adjoining gallery.

Kirti Stambh

Kirti Stambh also known as the Tower of Fame, is a famous and an ancient tower built on the premises of the Fort of Chittorgarh by Rana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over the Khilji Dynasty. It is the oldest tower at the premises of the fort and it tower up to 22 meters from the base. Based on the Solanki style of architecture, this tower has always attracted tourists from all over the world.

Wildlife Sanctuary

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan. You can spot Antelope, wild boar, panther, mongoose.The Sanctuary provides a natural habitat for varied species of wild life. This is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. Orai dam and Bassi dam form part of this nice

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