Chittorgarh Fort is not only in India but it is Asia’s largest fort standing in the Chittorgarh region of Rajasthan state.
Chittorgarh fort was founded by the Maurya rulers in the 7th century and later Bappa Rawal a Rajput king got possession of the fort during the 8th century.
Then his decedents ruled the region and the most famous ruler of the Mewar dynasty was Rana Khumbha.
This fort is a combination of Rajput, Hindu, and Mughal styles of architecture. It is spread over an area of 700 acres with a circumference of 13km.
Vijay Stambh is the oldest structure in the fort built by Rana Kumbha in 1448. It is a victory tower built to symbolize the win over Mohamad Khalji.
Rana Kumbha Palace is the palace of the most powerful ruler of the Mewar dynasty Rana Kumbha who lived here in luxury.
Therefore, Chittorgarh Fort is a book of history telling the prestigious stories of Rajput kings and queens. This fortress is a huge place to learn about the culture of the state.