Chittorgarh is the perfect example of Chattari Rajput (an Indian Enthusiast caste) pleasure; relationship and soul, for individuals of Chittor always select loss of life before giving up against anyone. It reverberates with record of gallantry and compromise that is obvious from the stories still sang by the boards of Rajasthan.
Vijay Stambh : The Vijaya Stambh, established by Maharana Kumba in Chittorgarh is a nationalistic master work built to remember the triumph of the kingdom over the trespasser Modammed Khilji. The tower is adorned memorably with Hindu God and Goddess.
Chittorgarh Fort : Chittorgarh Fort was established in the 7th centuryA.D and extended over an area of 700 acres. As per the ancient tale the city was established by the Pandava warrior Bhima.
Jaimal and Patta Palaces : The Jaimal and Patta palaces belonged to Rathore Jaimal and Sisodia Patta. Jaimal and Patta palaces are located on a pebbly surface that ascends from the southern part of the Gomukh Kund.
Kirti Stambh : Kirti Stambh is a 22 meters tower and was established by the first Jain Tirthankar and is committed to Adinath. Constructed in Solanki style architecture, it has balconies and windows.
Meera Bai Temple : Meera Bai temple was built in North Indian manner, which has an open arcade in the region of the chamber with four pavilions in each angle.
Padmini’s Palace : Padmini Palace was built for Queen Padmini whose awesome beauty attracted Allauddin Khilji and as a consequense of which he destroyed Chittorgarh.
Fateh Prakash Palace : Fateh Prakash Palace is famous for a big lord Ganesh idol, a large fountain and some frescos. It was built by Rana Fateh Singh.
Rana Kumbha Palace : Rana Kumbha Palace is a 15th century monumental palace where Rana Kumbha lived. This historic monument is very popular among tourists due to its charming and artistic architecture.
Gaumukh Reservoir Gaumukh Kund, literally Gomukh means the mouth of a Cow, is a beautiful cute reservoir located on the western side of the Chittorgarh Fort, the impressive attraction in Chittorgarh.
Kalika Mata Temple Kalika Mata Temple, a shrine dedicated to Kalika – a symbol of courage and power, has its origin in 8th century and is one of the oldest temples in Chittorgarh region. It is believed that the temple was constructed as a Sun temple originally in the 8th century by the King Manbhanga
Satbis Deori Temple Satbis Deori temple, pronounced as Sat-bis-Deori temple, is a Jain shrine located inside Mohar Magri in Chittorgarh.
Shyam Temple Kumbha Shyam Temple is an ancient temple with main deity as Varaha, one of the incarnations (boar incarnation) of Lord Vishnu. This temple is built by Maharana Kumba and is located in Chittorgarh Fort.