Discover the best top things to do in Chittaurgarh, India including Vijay Stambha, Chittaurgarh Fort, Tower of Fame (Kirti Stambh), Meera Temple, Gaumukh Reservoir, Padmini's Palace, Rana Kumbha Palace, Kalika Mata Temple, Sanwariaji Temple, Satbis Deori Temple.
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The Vijay Stambh just blew my mind. Its beauty, scale and sheer presence make for an awesome spectacle. The stone work is fantastic and the engineering amazing. Be sure to walk around to enjoy perspectives from various angles. Would strongly recommend a nice large photo from one of the photographer's around (only Rs. 50/-).
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The fort of Chittaur is one of the largest fort in India and sprawled over a hill. The town of Chittaurgarh is located next to the fort. The fort is steeped in glorious history and has been at the center of many historically significant events. The fort was capital of kingdom of Mewar during the medieval time and houses many structures of historical importance. The fort has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The roads inside the fort are motor able and the monuments inside the fort are to be accessible by vehicle. The fort is maintained by ASI and there is fee charged for entering the fort. Since this fort has a very high tourist foot falls, the ticket window is usually very crowded.
Most of the monuments are in ruins, however, many are still beautiful and highlight the glory of the fort. To see all the monuments, it takes time, so visitors will be well advised to carry water and wear head gear or cap. Visitors to the fort, also need to be mindful of the monkeys, who are found in large numbers among the ruins.
Visually, this fort, though larger, is not very different from any other fort in the region, but what makes this fort special as well as a must visit is that, it stands as a testimony to valor and pride of its rulers.
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The tower is near the Jain temples. Entry inside tower is restricted as the steps are in ruins. Once can visit this when on Chittorgarh Fort.
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The temple is located within the Chittaurgarh Fort and is associated with Lord Krishna's devotee Meera. The temple is small, built of stone, in typical medieval style of temple architecture in this part of India. There is a larges temple of the similar construction in the complex, which houses this temple. Must visit place for its architecture, history and divinity associated with the temple.
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Located inside the fort . A lake is located inside it, with many fishes in that lake. If you have food than fish will jump outside the lake to eat food.
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Padmini palace is a beautiful summer palace of maharani. Rooms are without roof. It has beautiful lake and a building in the middle of the lake. Allauddin Khilji sighted shadow of Maharani Padmini in mirror from reflection from lake water. Recommend to take guided tour.
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It was a my long awaited dream to visit this place. truly amazing. once can get to know about the rich history o Mewar. please take a authorised guide from ticket counter. I explain few things in my photos
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This temple is dedicated to Lord Bhadrakali. Its very famous in this area as well as in India. This temple situated between victory tower and padmini palace.At the time of navratri , very special lightings and decorations are done and special aarti and pooja are performed. Avoid summer season to visit this place.
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On the way from Chittorgarh to Udaipur along the highway, small branch of this Krishna temple is here.
Mirrors are shining for lots of gods inside.
This is convenient way to pray at a unique temple.
I would recommend another one 6km South off the highway to a village side.
The road is smooth and you can find a biiig version of the Krishna temple.
Not shining by mirror, but when I visited here on Sunday, the place was packed by the devotees chanting energetically.
Still peaceful and sacred.
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This is definitely worth a peak if you have time. This is a small contained complex with a few buildings. Be sure to pass all the way through the main temple as there are more temples out back. A lot of great jain sculpture and carvings.
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