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Chittaurgarh Rajeshthan


Chittaurgarh  in Rajasthan

Until the Mughals came to India, Chittorgarh was in the hands of the princely states of India and Chittorgarh is the place in which the first Mughals laid their eyes.

The history of Chittorgarh is witness to many of its battles, for their self-respect, along with Rani Padmini, hundreds of warriors showed enthusiasm in this Chittorgarh.

In the fort of Chittorgarh in 1303, Alauddin Khilji defeated Raja Ratan Singh of the Gehlot dynasty and captured it, later it was conquered back by Raja Amir Singh of the Sisodia dynasty.

In 2013, UNESCO added it to the list of World Heritage Site.

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Places to visit in Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh Fort

Chittorgarh Fort is a grand and magnificent fort that tells the history of Chittorgarh. It is a famous tourist place in this city.

The fort of Chittorgarh displays the stories of the valor of the rulers there, their glory, and the courage of the women.

The fort of Chittorgarh is not only considered the pride of Rajasthan but is one of the most magnificent forts in India, it was built by the Maurya rulers in the seventh century.

Kirti Stambh

Kirti Stambh is a famous tourist place of Chittorgarh state, it was constructed during the 12th century, this pillar is 120 meters tall, which is considered a pilgrimage for the followers of Jainism, this tower was built by a Jain merchant.

Rana Kumbha Palace

Rana Kumbha Palace is a verifiable landmark where Rajput lord Maharana Kumbha consumed his regal time on earth. One of the finest creations of India, this fort was built in the 15th century.

It is a symbol of Rajput architecture and is very famous among tourists. It is said that there are many underground rooms where Rani Padmini had performed with the women of her province. Near this palace, there is an ancient temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

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Mahashakti is a holy site where the rulers of Udaipur were cremated. The main attraction of this year is the kund located here which is a natural reservoir and is believed to have formed from a tributary of the river Ganges.

The water of the Kund is as pure as the Ganges water.

Gaumukh Kund

Gomukh is a sacred reservoir located in the west of the famous Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan.

The actual meaning of Gomukh is the mouth of the cow. And devotees come to various Hindu spiritual places then they definitely come to this holy reservoir.

Fateh Prakash Palace

Fateh Singh Mahal was built by Rana Fateh Singh. In this palace, the idol of Lord Ganesha and a big waterfall is very famous, but now this palace has been converted into a museum located in Chittorgarh.

The magnificent collection of this museum is the magnificent sculptures and pictures of historical times. There is also a gallery dedicated to weapons that you can visit.

Meera Mandir

Meera Mandir is a religious temple associated with Meera Bai who was a Rajput princess. He left all the luxuries of royal life and spent his life in devotion to Lord Krishna.

Mirabai spent all her life singing bhajans and songs of Lord Krishna. Meera Mandir is a masterpiece of Rajputana style.

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