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Day 5, 4 pm - Our next stop was Chittorgarh Fort, which is said to be the largest fort in India. Unlike the Kumbhalgarh Fort, the Chittorgarh Fort resembled a town that was surrounded by walls and guarded by gigantic doors. This fort is a drive-thru fort, meaning, you can drive around in your car. You should take a local guide as the navigation can be tricky.
Chittorgarh, the erstwhile capital of Mewar under the Rajputs, is an extremely popular tourist destination for history buffs, photographers and those who enjoy a peek into history. The most famous tourist spot here is the grand Chittorgarh fort. Situated on a hill, the fort is also fondly known as the Water Fort. The fort encompasses water bodies, towers, temples and palaces and is considered to be one of the strongest forts in India. Keep aside at least half a day to explore this lovely architectural site lest you miss out on one of Rajasthan's most treasured spots. If you are in Chittorgarh around the festival of Jauhar Mela, you will witness the enthusiasm and excitement of the local people and will also get a sneak peek into the simple way of life here. Do also visit Gaumukh Reservoir, Meera Temple and the popular Jain temples. For those who are particular about where they stay during their holidays, Chittorgarh has tons of fantastic choices including guesthouses and luxurious hotels.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit Chittorgarh is from October to March