Kirti Stambh is one of the major tourist places in the Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan state. It is located in Chittorgarh Fort. Which was constructed during the 12th century. This pillar is 220 meters tall, which is considered a major pilgrimage for the followers of Jainism.
Kirti Stambh is one of the most prominent structures of Chittorgarh Fort. This tower was built during the reign of Raja Rawal Kumar Singh by a Jain merchant “Bagher Vanshiya Shah Jija”. So that Jainism can be glorified.
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Kirti Stambha also known as Tower of Fame is dedicated to Rishabh, the first Tirthkar. The Kirti Stambh is famous for the intricate carvings of the Digambara sect. The statue of Adityanath remains in this six-story tower.
Along with this, the pictures of various Jain saints have been engraved on the four corners of the Kirti Stambh which makes this pillar even more attractive and beautiful. From the inscriptions present here, it is known that this structure was built around the thirteenth century.
Kirti Stambha is constructed in the style of Solanki architecture with multiple balconies and intricate bow shapes. This tower is 72 meters high with a 30-meter wide base and spreads up to 15 feet at the bottom. There is an observation room on top of this tower which gives tourists a beautiful view of the residence below. Tourists can reach this room through a ladder
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