to Adinathji, the first
of the Jain Tirthankaras and is decorated with figures of the
Padmini Palace - Built beside a pool,
the palace is a magnificent one. It was here that Rana Ratan Singh
showed a glimpse of queen Padmini to Alauddin Khilji.
Meerabai Temple -
The temple where Meerabai worshipped Lord Krishna is built in
north Indian style on a raised plinth with a conical roof and
beautiful inner sanctum. An open colonnade around the sanctum
has four small pavilions in each corner.
Kalika Mata Temple - Originally built
as a Sun Temple in the 8th century, the temple was later converted
into Kalika Mata Temple in the 14th century A.D., dedicated to
the mother Goddess Kali- the symbol of power and valour.
The Chittorgarh Fort
- The spirited pride of Chittorgarh, the fort is a massive
structure with many gateways built by the later Maurya rulers
in 7th century A.D. Placed on a height of 180 m. high hill, it
sprawls over 700 acres. The tablets and chattris within are impressive
reminders of the Rajput heroism. The fort has many magnificent
monuments, all fine examples of the Rajput architecture. The ancient
ruins of the fort are is good enough reason to travel to Chittorgarh.