11 Places to visit in Chittorgarh in 2024  

Chittorgarh Fort

One of the largest forts in India, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a symbol of Rajputana pride and bravery

Vijay Stambh

Also known as the Victory Tower, built to mark the triumph of Chittorgarh over Mahmud Khilj

Rana Kumbha Palace

The residence of Rana Kumbha, known for its charming and artistic architecture

Meera Temple

A temple dedicated to the famous poet-saint Meera Bai, known for her devotion to Lord Krishna

Padmini Palace

The palace where Rani Padmini lived, known for its historical importance

Kalika Mata Temple

A temple dedicated to Goddess Kali, situated on the banks of Berach and Gambhiri Rivers

Fateh Prakash Palace

A historical monument related to the self-sacrifice of Rani Padmini

Sathis Deori Temple

A group of twenty-seven temples dedicated to the Jain Teerthankaras, declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Gaumukh Reservoir

A popular tourist destination known for its cool and refreshing water, located within the Chittorgarh Fort

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary

A perfect attraction for nature lovers and photographers, home to a variety of flora and fauna in the region