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Old place and they have maintained it in an efficient manner, you can have to visit place with fort... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2018
SwetaP158
Final gate to Chiitorgarh Fort

From chittorgarh village you need to take fort road to climb to the fort. There are almost seven... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
Radhakrishna K
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Pune, India
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26 Apr 2018
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5 Nov 2017
“Final gate to Chiitorgarh Fort”
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Assembly Hall | Near Ramachandraji Temple, Chittorgarh, Chittaurgarh, India
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Reviewed 26 April 2018

Old place and they have maintained it in an efficient manner, you can have to visit place with fort too, with family can go.

Thank SwetaP158
Reviewed 6 November 2017

From chittorgarh village you need to take fort road to climb to the fort. There are almost seven gates which needs to be crossed while climbing this fort. Ram Pol is the last gate where you need to take right towards ticket counter, the left...More

Thank Radhakrishna K
Reviewed 17 January 2017

To reach Chittaurgarh Fort, one has to cross many gates. This is the last gate among all. Beyond this gate there is a crossing. The left side of the ways are going towards Ratan Singh Palace and right side is going towards Rana Kumbha Palace...More

Thank Nish0901
Reviewed 25 October 2016

Phatta's Memorial or the Ram Pol is one of the gates leading to the fort. It has been named after the Rajput Warrior Phatta who died whilst defending the fort against invaders at this spot. Whilst the gate itself is not very distinct architecturally, one...More

Thank ParwathiH
Reviewed 8 October 2014

This is one of the 7 gates of Chittaurgarh Fort which is named after the brave Phatta, who single handedly led the fight against the Mughal invaders and laid his life to protect his people. His statue is erected there in his memory.

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