Chitaurgarh, also spelled as Chittorgarh, is a famous city in the state of Rajasthan. It is situated on the banks of Berach and Gambhiri River and is a district administrative headquarters. The place is well known to be the hometown of two great warriors namely Gora and Badal-famous for fighting many battles against Allaudin Khalji. It is also well known for several temples dedicated to Meera-a devotee of Lord Krishna. Chitaurgarh is home to the Chitaurgarh Fort-one of the biggest forts in India.
Places to Stay
There are plenty of hotels to stay in and around Chitaurgarh. Some of them are Hotel Meera (Tariff - Rs. 750) and Bhagwati Hotel (Tariff - Rs. 1000).
The official language spoken in Chitaurgarh is Hindi. English is also understood by the local people here.
Navaratri is the major festival celebrated for nine days here. Many pilgrims from different places pay a visit here during this time.
Places of Interest
The famous attractions to visit nearby Chitaurgarh are Chitaurgarh Fort (5 km), Rana Kumbha's Palace (4 km), Meerabai Temple, Kumbha Shyam Temple, Victory Tower, Padmini's Palace, Kalika Mata Temple, Chittaurgarh Museum, Vijay Stambh, Jaimal and Patta Palaces, Rani Padmini's Palace, and Rana Kumbha's Palace.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Dabok Airport in Udaipur, which is located 70 km from Chitaurgarh.
Chitaurgarh Railway Station is the only station located within the town.
Chitaurgarh is well connected to major cities of India by the Golden Quadrilateral highway, Express Highway, National Highway No. 76 & NH 79. Chitaurgarh has a good number of local and private bus services to Jaipur, Bombay, and Delhi. Shrinath Travel Agency, Vinayak Travels Agency, and India Travels are some of the most popular private bus service providers passing Chitaurgarh to all major cities in India. Ticketgoose.com’s bus ticket booking facility is the best way to book your online tickets.