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      Chittorgarh the most visited tourist attraction of Rajasthan

      History and Location
      Chittorgarh is a destination of historic and legendary importance. The royalty and the chivalry of Rajput warriors get exuded from every monument existing in this location. Chittor was built by the Maurya dynasty in the 7th century AD and was named after a renowned Rajput chieftain known as Chitrangada Mori.
      Located in the southern part of Rajasthan, Chittorgarh is renowned worldwide for its audacious history.
      How to reach?

      Chittorgarh can be conveniently reached by train, plane and also by road.

       

      By train – The railway station of Chittorgarh connects this destination to all major cities of Northern India.

      By air – Chittorgarh has an airport by the name of Dabok Airport (also known as Maharana Pratap airport) in Udaipur.

      By Road – Chittorgarh has good road connection with various other cities of India.

      The Best Time to Visit

      Chittorgarh has a desert like dry climate. The best season to visit the city is between the months of September and March.
      • Time between October and March is ideal for visiting as pleasant climate prevails during these months.
      • Months between June to September is the most suitable for short trips and travels.
      • The months of April and May are extremely hot hence travelling during this time should be strictly avoided.

      Places to Visit

      Tourists from around the world come to visit the famous Chittorgarh fort but apart it, there are also other interesting attractions which interest them. Few Interesting Places

       

      Chittorgarh Fort – This fort brings the legacy of glorious past to the fore. It is also a major attraction for tourists and presents exemplary witness of architecture.

      Kirti Stambh – This tower is 22 meter high and has seven stories. It is popularly known as the Tower of Fame and is structured in similar style to the Chittorgarh fort.

      Maha Sati – During ancient times, this place was meant for cremation of Udaipur rulers. Tourists throng this place to revere in its glory.

      Padmini’s Palace – This palace was built in the commemoration of Rani Padmini, who embodied beauty, grace and courage.

      Palace of Rana Kumbha – This palace is located inside Chittorgarh fort and showcases splendid Rajputana architecture.

      There are also some other religious attractions which appeals to a lot of tourists every year. To name a few are

      • Jain Temple
      • Meera Temple
      • Kalika Mata Temple
      • Shyam Temple

      Fairs and festivals
      Jauhar Mela is a popular fair that is held inside Chittorgarh fort. It is held in the months of February and March.
      Shopping Attractions
      Chittorgarh has many bazaars that sell various items including metalwork and fabrics. Leather shoes and Thewa jewellery are also popular here.

      Some excellently market places include -
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        • Station Circle
        • Rana Sanga Market
        • Sadar Bazaar
        • Fort Road Market
        • New Cloth Market
        • Gandhi Chowk
      Where to Stay
      The rich historical eminence of Chittorgarh attracts many tourists from all over the country and world. There are various hotels situated here that come laced with all facilities. There are heritage hotels that provide a royal experience to its visitors.

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