A land of valour, sacrifice, glory, pride, and romance, Chittorgarh is among the most beautiful places to visit in Rajasthan. Also known as ‘Chittaurgarh’, this scenic city in India’s Desert Capital boasts of its royal charm, heroic tales, passionate love stories, architectural brilliance, and picturesque beauty.
Guarded by towering cliffs from almost all the sides, Chittorgarh is a phoenix city that reverberates numerable tales of the bygone era. It is simply a land of valorous warriors who never blinked even in front death! A land of love and devotion that remained untouched even by the flames of ‘jauhars’! A land where dignity is followed by death! A land that teaches to fight back for own right!
Despite of being attacked ferociously by several enemies, this part of Rajasthan never bowed down before them. Warriors of Chittorgarh rose every time, and fought back courageously to reconquer their motherland. While the kings were fighting, their royal ladies performed ‘jauhars’ to protect their honour and dignity. On the other hand, it was in Chittorgarh, where passionate devotees like Meera Bai reached the pinnacle of her love towards Lord Krishna.
With so much to witness, experience and discover, a visit to Chittorgarh is a must for visitors from all the walks of life. Visit this historic city in Rajasthan for a never before experience!
How To Reach Chittorgarh
Visitors can enjoy regular bus services to reach Chittorgarh from other corners of Rajasthan. Cities like Jaipur, Delhi, Jodhpur, Mumbai, and several others are well-connected to Chittorgarh through bus networks. Visitors can also hire private vehicles or take personal vehicles to reach Chittorgarh.
Chittaurgarh Railway Station and Chanderiya Railway Stations are the nearest railway stations to reach Chittorgarh. After arrival at any of these train stations, visitors can embark on a short road trip to reach their favourite destinations.
Dabok Airport in Udaipur is the nearest airport to reach Chittorgarh; distance being only 96km. Visitors can also make it to the Jodhpur Airport which is around 248km from Chittorgarh and then embark on a road journey to reach Chittorgarh.
When To Visit Chittorgarh
Even though Chittorgarh is known to be a year-round destination, winter (October to March) is revered as the best time to visit Chittorgarh. Monsoon (July to September) is also a good time to visit this historic city in Rajasthan.
Stay Options In Chittorgarh
Starting from ultra-lavish to economy, visitors can select from a range of hotels and places to stay in Chittorgarh.