Chittorgarh fort

Chittorgarh is the most required after seat of power in India . It is situated 175 km to the east of Udaipur and is named after Chitrangad Maurya. Bappa Rawal, founder of the Sisodia dynasty, received Chittor as dowry from last the princess of the Solanki dynasty in mid-8th century AD. The Chittorgarh fort stands on a 180 m high hill that rises rapidly from the plains below. From the western end of the fort, there are fine views over the town and across the adjacent country-side, as well as a less-than delightful view of an huge cement factory. Some of the structures worth seeing in the Chittorgarh Fort are the Fateh Prakash Palace , the Rani Padmini Palace and the Rana Kumbha Palace . The Vijay Stambha or Tower of Victory , a popular landmark in Chittorgarh Fort.

 

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