High Season : Oct - Mar
9 - 20℃
Low Season : Apr - July
40 - 25℃
Nearest Airport -UDR
Maharana Pratap Airport, Udaipur
Nearest Train Stations -COR
Chittorgarh Railway Station
Chittorgarh is a name that defines the ship of bravery and warriors, this land is also called Chittor, not only for respecting his country but also for all of India. Chittorgarh's soldiers poured blood, lived in the name of their honor, and never surrendered to the enemy. That is why the King and Queen of Rajput are famous for this city which is a famous tourist in Rajasthan. Scenic places, depicting various stories of bravery and love for the homeland. The history of
Chittorgarh is not only an introduction to Rajasthan but also an introduction to the city. It also represents the true culture of India and defines the true dignity and dedication of Indian men and women. Chittorgarh always produces fighters who defeat invaders and attackers. .
Facts & Culture
This city is located on the banks of the Belach, a tributary of the Banas River. Chittorgarh Fort is the epitome and narrator of Chittorgarh's entire history. It is fascinating and will make you excited every time you listen to it, you can. Let all Indians be proud of being part of a country that owns land like Chittor. The famous Chittorgarh Fort is not only the pride of Chittorgarh and India, it was also listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2013. Chittorgarh Fort is a rare gem that attracts tourists from all over the world who are fascinated by this great infrastructure.
Many people call it Chittor Fort, which is the largest fort. Chittorgarh Fort is located in Chittor City, the capital of Mewar. The fortress is located on a hill and covers an area of 280 hectares. The main reason the fort attracts a large number of tourists is that it is also home to a historic palace, city gate, temple, and two monuments. This huge fortress has many fascinating stories and was the inspiration for the 2018 blockbuster "Padmaavat". Rajasthan has more history than the entire country: it is the kingdom of ancient maharajas, with luxurious palaces and majestic forts.