Monuments in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

Chittorgarh Monuments

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Chittorgarh Fort Land, Heritage, Nature

Famous for: The most formidable ancient fort

Chittorgarh Fort is one of the most formidable ancient forts in the country and is a prime tourist attraction of Chittorgarh. Standing majestically on a hill top, the fort is an epitome of the c...

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Fateh Prakash Palace Heritage, Nature

Famous for: An ancient structure depicting the wonderful splendor of Rajasthan

Built by Maharana Fateh Singh, the Fateh Prakash Palace is a popular tourist attraction in Chittorgarh that showcases the wonderful splendor and glory of the bygone era. Dotted with artistic Raj...

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Kirti Stambh Land, Heritage, Nature

Famous for: A high monument dedicated to Jain Teerthankars

Kirti Stambh, popularly known as the Tower of Fame, this 22 meters high monument is a great place to be visited in Chittorgarh. This seven storied tower is dedicated to the first Jain Teerthanka...

Rana Kumbha Palace Heritage, Pilgrim

Famous for: An imposing monument showcasing the brilliance of Rajput architecture

Dated back to the 15th century, Rana Kumbha Palace is an imposing monument in the city of Chittorgarh that offers the glimpses of the royal life of the great Rajput king Maharana Kumb...

Vijaya Stambh Land, Heritage, Nature

Famous for: A massive tower located inside the Chittorgarh Fort

The victory Tower or Vijaya Stambh was constructed by Maharana Kumbha in the 14th century. This huge tower is 37 m high and comprised of 9 floors which are tastefully carved with the ...

Meera Bai Temple Heritage, Pilgrim

Famous for: An ancient temple dedicated to Meera Bai

Meera Bai Temple is a famous temple in Chittorgarh dedicated to Meera Bai, an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. She was married to Rana Sanga but after his death, Rana Kumbha pursued her to come b...

Gomukh Reservoir Land, Entertainment, Heritage, Nature, Water

Famous for: A beautiful small water reservoir

Gomuk Reservoir is a beautiful small water reservoir located at the western side of Chittorgarh Fort. The word gomukh refers to ‘cow’s mouth’ and this reservoir is shaped like ...