Chittorgarh Fort is one of those places I simply had to visit in India after seeing just 1 single photo. The temple looked like something out of this world with its intricate details and the water bassin below reflecting all of that beauty and the lush greenery.
The Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest forts in India and considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
So when I figured out I could perfectly fit a short visit to Chittorgarh into my Rajasthan itinerary I was absolutely over the moon.
After out adventures in Pushkar we jumped into our car and on the way down to Udaipur we were able to make a stop at one of the most beautiful forts in the entire world!
Being one of the largest forts in India, Chittorgarh fort is a world heritage site. The fort was previously the capital of Mewar and is now situated in Chittorgarh.
Padmini Palace is the palace where Rani Padmini lived after she married Rawal Ratan Singh, the ruler of Mewar Kingdom. The palace is a historical monument.
Kalika Mata Temple
It is one of the most important temples of Chittorgarh and the city's tour isn't complete without a visit to this temple. The splendid sculpture of the temple.
Gau Mukh Kund
Located within Chittorgarh fort, the Gomukh Kund is also known as Tirth Raj'' of Chittorgarh because whenever pilgrims and devotees go on the tour of different.
Rana Kumbha's palace
Rana Kumbha palace is where Rana Kumbha lived and spent his royal life. Its charming and artistic architecture makes it a must visit for tourists visiting Chittorgarh.
Meera Temple was constructed by Maharana Kumbha, the Rajput king during his rule making it both a historical and religious attraction. Kumbha Shyam and Meera.
The Vijaya Stambha is an imposing victory monument located within Chittor Fort in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India. The tower was constructed by the Hindu.
Ratan Singh Palace
Ratan Singh Palace or Ratan Singh Mahal is a monument of immense historical importance located on the premises of the Chittorgarh Fort. Tourists are sure.