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Chittogarh Travel Guide  

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Chittogarh also known as “Chittaugarh” is a very old village which is situated in the state of Rajasthan of the western region of India.
The breach river houses the village of Chittogarh.
Chittogarh has always been a place of immense historic importance. According to the 2001 India census, Chittogarh’s population was 96,028.
One of the biggest Rajput festivals “The Jauhar Mela” also takes place in the city of Chittogarh.
Weather in Chittogarh is very dry and arid. The summers are dry and hot whereas the winters are pretty cool. As far as the climatic conditions are concerned Chittogarh receives a scarce rainfall.
The city of Chittogarh is elevated at an average height of 393 m above sea level. 
The Chittogarh is also abode to the famous “Kalika Mata Temple”.

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Reviews Chittogarh

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The Chittogarh Fort is named after the Chittrangad Maurya, one of the great Rajput rulers. The fort rises at a height of about 150 m above the neighboring region. It is about 3 km in length and spreads over an... more area of 60 acres. Within the Chittogarh fort are the seven famous gateways or the Pols. They are the Ram Pol, Lakshman Pol, Jorla Pol, Ganesh Pol, Hanuman Pol, Bhairon Pol and Padan pol. The Vijay Stambha (or the Ttower of Victory) lies inside the Chittogarh fort. The tower is constructed in such a way that it is also visible from the main Chittogarh town which is situated at the foothills of the Chittogarh fort. This massive and tall tower is believed to be taken more than 10 years to erect it and is a must see for every tourist visiting Chittogarh. The Kalika Mata temple is situated inside the Chittogarh fort. It was build during the period of influence of Maharana Pratap. Thousands of visitors from India and also from the world come to worship the “Kali Goddess” every day. 
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