Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

Located on the bank of Gambhiri, Chittorgarh was the capital of the kingdom of Mewar.

The city gets its name from the Chittorgarh fort, a symbol of Rajputana legacy. This fort is the landmark of the city of Chittorgarh and is among the strongest still-standing forts in India. Chittorgarh fort is spread over 700 acres and has 22 water bodies, towers, palaces and temples in the campus. For shopaholics, Chittorgarh is an amazing place. Tourists can bag some of the best fabrics, metal works, jewelry, leather items, handmade toys and much more. Along with this, the Jauhar Mela, held in the honor of the brave Rajput ancestors, is another major attraction of this city.

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Even though Chittorgarh doesn’t have much to be called unique in terms of cuisine, one can never run out of options here. There are numerous restaurants as well as roadside eating outlets in Chittorgarh, where you can satiate your hunger for mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisine. Some of the popular restaurants in Chittorgarh are: Asirwad Dinning Hall, Chandal Restaurant, Bajrang Bhojnalaya, Balaji Restaurant, Gorvdhan Coffee House Bhojanalaya, Hotel Nandan Palace Restaurant and many more.

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