his city, located in South-East of Rajasthan, is a repository of monumental historic events, rich heritage and evergreen folklores. Situated at a distance of 110 kilometers and 300 kilometers from Udaipur and Jaipur respectively, Bappa Rawal of the eighth century, is credited with the discovery of Chittaurgarh. The cynosure of attraction is the Olympian fortress that stretches up to three miles in length and soars up to a whopping four hundred and ninety-five feet. The Vijaystambha, the Kirtistambha, Palace of Rana Kumbha, Palace of the famed Padmini, Jaimal palace and Patta palace are some of history laced tourist haunts that draws hundreds and thousands of backpackers. Besides, historical sites, you can pay your tribute at the Kumbha Shyam Temple, the Kalika Mata Temple, the Saas-Bahu Temple and the Meerabai Temple. The Government Museum is another favorite tourist hotspot. Chittaurgarh is also well-known for its wildlife parks and you can get a taste of Rajasthan fauna with a visit to the Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary and the Sita Mata Sanctuary.