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Where is Chittorgarh in India map?

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Chittorgarh Location in Rajasthan, India Show map of Rajasthan Show map of India Show all
Coordinates:24.88°N 74.63°ECoordinates:24.88°N 74.63°E
Country India
State Rajasthan

What is the area of Chittorgarh?

15.83 mi²

What is the Speciality of Chittorgarh?

The main reason for visiting Chittorgarh is its massive hilltop fort, which is a depiction of Rajput culture and values. The fort of Chittor is regarded as one of the most outstanding forts of the country and is indeed the ‘Pride of Rajasthan State’.

Who was the king of Chittorgarh?

Maharana Pratap In 1567 Emperor Akbar decided to teach it a lesson: he attacked Chittorgarh razed it to the ground. Five years later Maharana Pratap (reigned 1572-97) came to rule Mewar – a king without a capital.

Who owns Chittorgarh?

Directors of Chittorgarh Infotech Private Limited are Mukesh Kothari, Surabhi Kothari, . Chittorgarh Infotech Private Limited’s Corporate Identification Number is (CIN) U72200RJ2007PTC025425 and its registration number is 25425.

Who built Chittorgarh Fort India?

It was built by Maharana Kumbha to memorialise his triumph over Mohammed Khilji in the 15th century. 6. Built in 7th century AD by various Mauryan rulers, Chittorgarh Fort is said to have been the capital of the Sisodia and Gahlot kings who ruled Mewar between the 8th and the 16th century.

Who is Chittorgarh com?

Chittorgarh.com is a flagship financial portal of Chittorgarh Infotech Private Limited. Chittorgarh.com offers information about primary stock market (IPO’s) in India, stock & commodity brokers and historical city of Chittorgarh, Rajasthan.

What is name of Chittorgarh fort?

Chittorgarh (garh means fort) was originally called Chitrakut. It is said to have been built by a local Mori Rajput ruler Chitrangada Mori. According to one legend, the name of the fort is derived from its builder.

Who lives in Chittorgarh fort?

Chittorgarh Fort
Occupants Mauryans of Chittorgarh, Guhilas of Medapata, Sisodias of Mewar
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Type Cultural
Criteria ii, iii

Who lost Chittorgarh to Mughals?

Siege of Chittorgarh (1303), in which the Delhi Sultanate ruler Alauddin Khalji defeated the Guhila king Ratnasimha. Siege of Chittorgarh (1535), in which Bahadur Shah of Gujarat defeated the Mewar regent Rani Karnavati after which she committed Jauhar.

Who destroyed Chittorgarh fort?

Mughal Emperor Akbar
Mughal Emperor Akbar attacked and sacked this fort which was but one of the 84 forts of Mewar, but the capital was shifted to Aravalli hills where heavy artillery & cavalry were not effective.

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