What are the attractions of Chittorgarh Rajasthan

Top 5 places to visit in Chittorgarh

Located on the banks of the Gambheri and Berach rivers, the city of Chittorgarh boasts a glorious Rajput history. Chittorgarh was once the capital of the Sisodia dynasty of Mewar. The most alluring factor of this city is the Chittorgarh Fort. The Chittorgarh Fort is famous for the Jauhar who witnessed Rani Padmini and Rani Karnavati during the siege. It has seen many valiant battles. The fort is the largest in India and attracts tourists all year round. Due to the battles and wars the city has seen, some of the warriors even have their statues of Emperor Akbar installed in the fortress. Let's travel through the different ones Chittorgarh tourist attractions.

1. Chittorgarh Fort

Heroism, bravery, sacrifice, devotion ... Chittorgarh Fort stands as a literal representation of the virtues of the Rajput kings and queens. This beautiful, sprawling structure is Rajasthan's most popular fort. The fort has seven gates that you have to pass through to get inside, as well as the numerous pools of water near the fort, which stretches over 700 hectares. It is known that the water reservoirs that supply water to 22 of the previous 84 pools around the fort can hold at least 4 billion liters of water. The huge fort is an attraction that no one can avoid and Chittorgarh as a city is very proud of this building.

2. Rana Kumbha Palace

Kumbha of Mewar or Rana Kumbha was the ruler of the Mewar region between 1433 and 1468 AD. Rana Kumbha is known to valiantly defeat Mahmud Khilji among other enemies besieging Mewar. He reconstructed the ruined state of Mewar and restored his pride by building fortresses. The Rana Kumbha Palace, where Rana Kumbha once lived, is a projection of his power. Maharana Udaisingh is said to have been born in the palace of Rana Kumbha. It is located in the region of the Chittorgarh Fort and is the place where Rani Padmini committed Jauhar along with the wives and children of other warriors.

3. Fateh Prakash Palace

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

4. Meera Temple

This is located near the Chittorgarh Fort Meera temple stands as evidence of the immense love and devotion that Meera felt for Lord Krishna. The temple was built by Rana Kumbha and is beautifully adorned with idols of Vishnu and other important gods and goddesses. There is a quaint temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, specially designed for Meera who has spent hours and days expressing her devotion through bhajans. The devotees still gather to sing hymns that Meera created in the Krishna temple.

5. Padmini Palace

Another structure in the middle of the Chittorgarh Fort is that Rani Padmini Palace, named after Queen Padmini of Chittorgarh. She was married to the Rajput King Rana Rawal Ratan Singh and was known throughout India for her flawless beauty and intelligence. It is said that she herself inspected the palace's defenses when the fort was besieged by the Sultan of Delhi, Alauddin Khilji. Art and music flourished during Ratan Singh's reign, and the palace walls are adorned with beautiful Rajput paintings that immediately grab a tourist's attention. After the battle at Chittorgarh Fort, Rani Padmini chose to commit Jauhar instead of being captured by the enemy and shaming the family honor. The palace stands as a symbol of their bravery and valor.

Chittorgarh is one of the regions of Rajasthan best known for its Rajput history, and Most of the tourist attractions are historical buildings. Apart from the above attractions, Vijay Stambh and Kriti Stambh are also some other places that can be visited by tourists. The beauty of this city is contained in the history of Rajasthan, and looking at the above places is looking at the entire history of Rajput.

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