Chittorgarh is the land of Rajputana bravery, passion and pride. This is the place of numerous stories of courage. This region is famous for its imposing structures, forts, bastions and much more. If you are looking for historic elements, visit the archaeological museum, which holds Stone Age items, paintings, metallic objects, sculptures, terracotta figures and others.
The main attraction of Chittorgarh is the fort, which includes temples, tower of victory, palaces, reservoirs, tower of fame, ornamented gate, ancient stairway and much more. Move around the city to find many interesting Rajput traditions. Although closer to Udaipur, this city has kept itself away from commercialization of tourism.
If you think that historic elements aren’t enough, you ought to visit Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary to spot numerous migration birds, antelopes, wild boars, mongoose and others. This is the place for any traveler looking for historic, religious, architectural marvels filled photogenic vacation. The fort held more than 84 water bodies and today, only 22 water bodies remain today and the best of all is the Gaumukh reservoir, which is considered as a sacred site among pilgrimage visitors.
The city is not just about historic elements and architectural beauties. It is also an important spot for souvenir shopping. The city is famous for fabric works, wooden toys, camel leather articles, embroidery shoes, handicraft items, antique jewelry and others. It is not just desert. You can find numerous natural beauties in the city like Chittorgarh fort garden, Padmini garden and others. Thus, it is a complete tourism destination.
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