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Chittorgarh Fort:

Chittorgarh Fort is one of the most popular landmarks and tourist attraction sin Chittorgarh city. Located on top of a hill at a height of 300 meters, the Chittorgarh Fort is spread over an area of 690 acres. The Fort has a number of monuments and palaces located in its vicinity including the two stambhas and innumerable carvings on the palace walls. The Fort is now maintained by the archeological survey of India and a nominal entrance fee is charges from the tourists to visit the Fort premises. There are about six Jain temples located inside the fort.



Nagaria is an ancient village located at a distance of 18 Kms from Chittorgarh city center. Known for its ancient stupa, Nagarai is also known as Madhyamika and was once a famous town in the Gupta empire .River Bairach flows through the town of Nagari which also houses various excavated Buddhist stupas and temples made up of exclusive terracotta tiles.


Shyam Temple:

Shyam Temple also known as the Kumbha Shyam Temple is one of the most religious attractions in Chittorgarh city. Constructed by Maharana Kumba within the Chittorgarh Fort, the temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu in his board reincarnation form of Varaha. The walls of the temple have carvings depicting scenes of ancient Vedic texts. The temple is famous for its ancient and religious background and attracts a large number of tourists all through the year.


Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary:  

Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the famous tourist hotspots in Chittorgarh. Famous for its exclusive flora and Fauna, the Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a number of rare birds and animals including spotted dears, leopards and wild pangolins. The sanctuary is one of the only ones in India with a culmination point of two rivers namely Jakham and Karmoi. The sanctuary receives a large number of tourists and wild life enthusiasts all through the year.


Kalika Mata Temple:

Kalika Mata Temple devoted to Goddess Kalika or Kali is one of the oldest temples of Chittorgarh town. Originally believed to have been built as a sun temple by Bappa Rawal of the Sisodya dynasty, the temple is said to have been converted into a Kalika temple in the 14th century by King Maharana Hamir Singh. The temple is full of intricate wall carvings depicted scriptures and religious sermons to the visitors. The temple hosts an annual festival attracting a large number of pilgrims and tourists.


Gaumukh Reservoir:

Gaumukh Reservoir also known as the Gaumukh Kund is a famous reservoir shaped like the opening of a cow's mouth and is one of the popular hotspots in Chittorgarh. Considered scared to the Hindus, the Gaumukh Reservoir is located in the western side of the Chittorgarh Palace.


Meera Temple:

Meera temple is dedicated to the 16th century saint poet Meerabai who had given up luxurious lifestyle to worship Lord Krishna. Meera temple attracts a large number of tourists and historians due to its splendid Rajput style architecture offering a glimpse of the rich cultural and traditional heritage of the Rajput Kingdom. The temple has four pavilions in the open arcade with paintings of Meera Bhajans and Lord Krishna depicted on the walls.


Fateh Prakash Palace:

Fateh Prakash Palace built by Maharana Fateh Singh is one of the famous tourist attractions in Chittorgarh. Once a famous palace and the home to the mighty ruler of Chittorgarh, Fateh Prakash Palace has now been converted into a large museum housing rare artifacts, paintings, sculptors and various collections of the Mauryan and Gupta dynasty to modern day ruler of Chittorgarh. A nominal entrance fee is charged for visiting the Fateh Prakash Palace. The palace also houses a huge Ganesha idol and large fountain in the center of the palace.


Kirti Stambh:

Kirti Stambh or the tower of fame is part of the two popular stumbhs or pillars inside the Chittorgarh Palace. Dedicated to the first Jain teethankar Adinath, the stambh is a 22 meter high seven storied tower having a sculpture of Adinath in the second floor. The topmost floor of the pillar offers a panoramic view of the whole Chittorgarh city and attracts a large number of travelers, historians and photography enthusiasts.


Vijaya Stambh:  

Vijaya Stambh or the Victory Tower is the second famous pillar marvel of Chittorgarh. Built by Maharana Kumba in 1440 AD, the tower signifies the victorious spirit of the Rajput Kingdom after securing a victory over the intruder Mohammed Khilji. The towers stands at a height of 37 meters and compromises of 9 floors offer a great view of the city of Chittorgarh and the Chittorgarh Fort.


Padmini's Palace:

Padmini's Palace was once the abode of Queen Padmini of the Rajput Kingdom. The palace is a popular tourist attraction because of its rich architecture and association with the Rajput heritage and history. The palace has a wonderful lotus pond and a Shiva temple in its vicinity and remains of the most attractive palaces in Chittorgarh.


Rana Kumbha Palace:

Rana Kumbha Palace once the home of the king of Chittorgarh Maharana Kumbha in the 15th century is an ancient palace attracting a large number of tourists. Considered to be a fine example of Rajput style of architecture, the palace has underground cellars which were used by Rajput Queens to protect themselves from the invading Muslim army.


Phatta's Memorial:

Phatta's Memorial also known as Ram Pol is part of the number of gates of the Chittorgarh Fort. The gate stands out because of its architectural marvel depicted Hindu culture in its esteemed glory. Named after a brave 16 year old child, Phatta, the gate is a symbol of Rajput bravery and valor.