Undoubtedly a historical pride of Rajasthan, Chittorgarh is one of the prestigious city that is regarded as the symbol of Rajput chivalry, confrontation and bravery, and the world could see easily in Chittorgarh fort. One of the prominent tourist sites, Chittorgarh Fort, stands on a 240-hectare site, on a 180 m high hill that rises rapidly from the plains. Not only this, the land of Rajput’s have a secure connection with mythology as well it is believed that this land holds the belongings with poetess Meerabai, singer, and an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna.

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And the significant structure that has preserved the antiquity of the city, Chittorgarh fort is spread across the 700 acres of land has a majestic architecture that has undergone with tumultuous past, and extraordinary victories stand still to showcase the sagas of courage, pride and romance altogether since centuries. Tourist here can explore several temples and magnificent monuments on the premises. Also, the architecture of Fort is so alluring that one cannot take their eyes off it. Another place is Meera Temple; the temple is a symbol of pure love of Meera for Lord Krishna, that one can sense while entering the premises of the temple. One can spot numerous idols of Goddesses and Lord Vishnu. Well, one’s journey is incomplete without experiencing the beauty of Padmini palace, a place that radiates the prepossessing beauty of Rani Padmavati, with the architecture that may resemble that of Jal Mahal of Jaipur, or be being called as the miniature version of it.

Other Tourist Attractions of Chittorgarh – Vijay Stambh, Jain Temples, Kirti Stambh, Kalika Mata Temple, Tulja Bhavani Temple, Ratan Singh Palace, Gaumukh Reservoir, Temples of Baroli and many More

Best Time to Visit

Winter is the best time to visit Chittorgarh that falls in the month of mid of October to March when the weather is pleasant and mildly chilling during the daytime it’s sunny. Monsoon as well is considered as an excellent time to visit this city. Peak Summers falls in the month of June and July should be avoided, as the city gets really hot.

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