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Chittorgarh lies in the southern part of Rajasthan on the banks of the rivers Gambhiri and Berach. It is famous as the former capital of Rajputs of Mewar belonging to the Sisodia clan. The exalted city is the site where the fearless act of Jauhar was performed thrice by Rajput ladies and children. More historical significance is associated with the city as it is the birthplace of Hindu spiritual poetess Meera Bai whose fine compositions are still popular among the masses. Tourists can explore the history of the city by visiting various Chittorgarh attractions, mostly comprising temples and forts.
Among the numerous places to visit in Chittorgarh, the impregnable Chittorgarh Fort is the most popular. It is the largest fort in Asia and is divided into different sections. Victory tower, also known as the Vijay Stambha, is lit up in the evening to provide a spectacular view. Close to the Vijay Stambha is Rana Kumbha's Palace which is the oldest monument of the fort. Kirti Stambha, which is decorated with Jain sculptures, is a also a relatively old structure. The famous palace of Queen Padmini is located on the southern side of the fort and is surrounded by water.
The Meera Temple is a charming structure which is designed in North Indian style and is adorned with mesmerising paintings of Meera and Lord Krishna. Other Chittorgarh attractions include Kalika Mata Temple, Tulja Bhavani Temple, Fateh Prakesh Palace, which is now a museum, and Gaumukh Reservoir, a deep tank containing sacred water.
Among places situated around the city, Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary, which is just 25 km from Chittorgarh, is home to many wild animals and migratory birds. Sanwariyaji Temple, 40 km from the city, is a major Hindu pilgrimage centre where the primary deity is Lord Krishna. Nagri and Bijolia are other tourist sites near Chittorgarh.