Chittorgarh Fort Tourism in India
Chittorgarh Fort is a bastion of India’s largest and most famous forts in Rajasthan with the origin of which was amazing. Origin-origin Chittorgarh Fort is tracked to the Pandavas of the Mahabharata. It is said that Bhīma, one of the Pandava brothers, built the Fort. Standing on the Hill of 180 meters high, the fortress covers an area of 700 hectares. In it is the Meera and Khumba Shyam Temple. This is related to Meera Mystic poet, devoted to Lord Krishna bhajans and whose lives have become part of the folklore and traditions of literary territory and some parts of India. 1.6 The Chittorgarh Fort long meandering road meanders towards the fortress is quite steep and exhaustive. The castle is approached through seven major Gateways or ‘ pols ‘, guarded by towers and large spiked iron door.
Chittorgarh Fort is also called Chittaur, from the 16th century, is the capital of Mewar Rajput’s under. Chittorgarh evokes memories of great heroism and sacrifice by the Rajput men and women in the battle of the intermittent they should fight against the invaders from the Northwest or Delhi. Chittorgarh Fort witnessed both the ravages of the war and the victory of the spirit. Allaudin Khilji who coveted the Queen Padmini Chittorgarh, invaded the city in 1303 A.D. Queen Padmini and female Court of sacrificing himself in the wood, rather than leave it to anyone. This has been called the supreme sacrifice ‘ Jauhar ‘ and epitomizes the spirit of fire volcano-evacuate yesterday. The city stands strewn with monuments and alarm as evidence of blood and Gore that pass through the Middle Ages. Chittorgarh fort, also known as water Fort. The Castle has 84 bodies of water, including talabs kinds (pools), (wells) and baronies (step wells). All have natural catchment talabs. Kinds and baronies lies beneath talabs, so even the last of the seepage is not lost. In a year more than normal rainfall (average annual rainfall: 700 mm), enough water will be saved for the last 12 months. Even after the loss of water due to seepage and evaporation and other causes, 50,000 troops could live inside the Fort for four years without fear of thirst.