The Chittorgarh fort houses a number of palaces within itself. The palaces within the fort include Rana Kumbha Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Padmini's Palace, etc. bringing forth the romantic era of the Rajputs, is this hilltop fortress of Chittorgarh. The main attractions of the fort are:
Vijay Stambh, meaning tower of victory, was built around 1440 AD. Maharana Kumbha got this fort constructed as a commemoration to his victory over Mohamed Khilji. The tower is nine stories high. Providing with an amazing top view of the whole town are the balconies of the fort. The sculptures of Hindu deities cover the Vijay Stambh. The tower is illuminated in the evening, making you fall in love with its bewitching beauty.
A wealthy Jain merchant built Kirti Stambh, the tower of fame, in 12th century AD. It is dedicated to the first Jain tirthankar, Adinathji. It contains naked figures of Digambars. The tower is seven stories and 22 m high.
Other structures worth visiting in and around the Chittorgarh fort are:
- Sammidheshwara Temple
- Gaumukh reservoir
- Palace of Queen Padmini
- Bhimtal Tank
- Neelkanth Mahadev Temple
- Meera Temple
- Kumbha Shyam Temple
- Kalika Mata Temple