Chittorgarh Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary has a mysterious charm that waits to be unravelled! Housing a large variety of animals like Fox, Hyena, Panther, Jackal, Crocodile, Cheetal, Porcupine, Wild Boar, Langur, ad Hare, the place is also a tertiary home to many migratory birds like Cranes and Pelicans during winter months.
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Chittorgarh Fort

Chittorgarh Fort was once home to a very beautiful queen named Rani Padmini. Such was the beauty of this lady that stories about her grace and charm floated to places far and wide. Hearing of all this, Ala Uddin Khilji wantes to witness the lady and capture her. This led to a war between the Muslim forces and Rana Ratan Singh army, in which major parts of the Chittaurgarh Fort were destroyed and many lives were lost.
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Kirti Stambh

The Kirti Stambh, alos known as Tower of Fame, is a beautiful tower that was erected in the 12th century by a wealthy Jain Merchant, adorned with intricate carvings of Digambars. This seven storied structure is devoted to the first Jain Tirthankara, Adinatha. This tower is built in the Solanki Style of architecture and consists of major balconies and windows that are intricately latticed.
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Meera Temple

Meera Temple in Chittorgarh is one that actually revels in a divine aura. As Chittorgarh was the birthplace of Meera Bai, the most ardent devotee of Lord Krishna, Rana Kumbha had the Meera Temple built to honour her devotion to the God. The Temple consists of gorgeous idols which are carved on its pillars, walls, outer limits and in the sanctum. On the walls of this temple are also inscribed the bhajans (songs of devotion) Meera wrote and sang in praise of Lord Krishna.
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Sanwariyaji Temple

Sanwariyaji Temple is thronged by devotees who wish to seek blessings. Situated at a distance of about 40 km from Chittorgarh on the Udaipur-Chittorgarh Highway, the temple makes for a good early morning trip. A few steps into the temple, and you will find yourself enveloped in a strong positive, pious energy. It is believed that this temple is the luckiest for businessmen and you will be surprised to know, many wealthy merchants of Rajasthan have struck a deal of profit sharing with the God.
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Vijay Stambha

Vijay Stambha (Victory Tower) was built in honour of the victory of Rana Kumbha forces against the Malwa forces led by Mahmud Khilji. The tower constructed between 1442 and 1449 AD, is a combination of two rocks-red sandstone depictions of a number of Hindu gods and goddesses with miniature inscriptions under each of them. It is ten feet high, with nine stories, with each of the stories having their own individual balconies facing outwards.
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