You will meet our Trip Representative at your suggested Pickup Point in any Udaipur Location/Place (Suggest us on Given email us / Call us after Booking Confirmation -- Even Let us Know on Last Minute for Pickup Time we accept it and Plan on Given Detail of Location and Time) and start with us to reach Chittorgarh City for Sightseeing - On the way Snacks , Tea Breaks will be Provided and Stop on the way as per your Request . Finally we reach Chittorgarh City After 2 Hours Drive From Udaipur City in an Air-Conditioned Car and with English Speaking Tour Guide .
Know About The City:
Chittorgarh pronunciation (help·info) (also Chittor or Chittaurgarh) is a city and a municipality in Rajasthan state of western India. It lies on the Berach River, a tributary of the Banas, and is the administrative headquarters of Chittorgarh District and a former capital of the Sisodia Rajput Dynasty of Mewar. The city of Chittaurgarh is located on the banks of river Gambhiri and Berach.
Chittorgarh is home to the Chittor Fort, the largest fort in India and Asia. It was the site of three major sieges (1303, 1535, and 1567–1568) by Muslim invaders, and its Hindu rulers fought fiercely to maintain their independence. On more than one occasion, when faced with a certain defeat, the men fought to death while the women committed suicide by jauhar (mass self-immolation). Chittor also has been a land of worship for Meera.
Originally called Chitrakuta, the Chittor Fort is said to have been built by Chitranga, a king of the local Maurya dynasty (not to be confused with the imperial Mauryans).
The Guhila (Gahlot) ruler Bappa Rawal is said to have captured the fort in either 728 CE or 734 CE. However, some historians doubt the historicity of this legend, arguing that the Guhilas did not control Chittor before the reign of the later ruler Allata.
In 1303, the Delhi Sultanate ruler Alauddin Khalji defeated the Guhila king Ratnasimha, and captured the fort. The fort was later captured by Hammir Singh, a king of the Sisodia branch of the Guhilas. Chittor gained prominence during the period of his successors, which included Rana Kumbha and Rana Sanga. In 1535, Bahadur Shah of Gujarat besieged and conquered the fort. After he was driven away by the Mughal emperor Humayun, the Sisodias regained control of the fort.
In 1567-68, the Mughal emperor Akbar besieged and captured the fort.
Special Things to Note:
• This Trip can be Plan for one Person also
• Tour Guide is Included who has Knowledge of Chittorgarh City
• This is an Guided Trip
• On the way - Snacks , Water Bottle and Breaks are Provided for Your Comfort.