Chittorgarh: Explore The City Of Courage And Devotion

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Built by Maurya rulers in the area. The Chittorgarh Fort in Rajasthan was one of the most important forts in India in the 7th century A.D.

Chittorgarh Fort


On the grounds of the Chittorgarh Fort, the Vijay Stambha rises tall and massive. Maharana Kumbha built it in the year 1440.

Vijay Stamba


Fateh Prakash Palace, named after Maharana Fateh Singh, is the best example of modern architecture.

Fateh Prakash Palace


Kirti Stambh, or the Tower of Fame, is an old Jain monument inside the Chittorgarh Fort Complex. It is 800 m from Kumbha Palace and 7.5 km from Chittorgarh Railway Station.

Tower of Fame


Ratan Singh Palace is a beautiful palace on the huge grounds of the Chittorgarh fort. It is the "Winter Palace" of the royal family.

Ratan Singh Palace


Rana Kumbha Palace is one of the oldest palaces in the fort, and stories say that it is one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan.

Rana Kumbha Palace


The Meera Temple is one of Chittorgarh's most popular tourist spots. The temple, which is built in an Indo-Aryan style, is inside Chittorgarh Fort.

Meera Temple


Padmini Palace is where Rani Padmini lived after she got married to Rawal Ratan Singh, the ruler of the Mewar Kingdom from 1302 to 1303 CE.

Padmini’s Palace


The Sathis Deori Temple is a very important place of worship for the Jain community, and it is also one of Chittorgarh's most popular tourist spots.

Sathis Deori Temple


This temple, located about 40 kilometres from Chittorgarh, provides a beautiful setting for a few hours of prayer.

Sanwariaji Temple


The Gaumukh Reservoir is a holy place in the Hindu religion and one of the most important water tanks in the Chittorgarh Fort.

Gaumukh Reservoir


The district of Pratapgarh is home to the Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary. It has a lot of deciduous plantations and a lot of trees.

Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary