Book Domestic Flights to Rajasthan to Witness the Glorious Kirti Stambh

The state of Rajasthan, located in the north-western part of India, is one of the most toured destinations in the country. Popular for its vibrant culture, majestic palaces, splendid forts, famous festivals and scenic lakes, this state attracts tourists from all across the globe. There is no dearth of attractions in this state, including Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Lake Pichola, City Palace, Jaisalmer Fort and Chittorgarh Fort. If you have plans to visit this state for your next vacation trip, then do visit these and other prominent attractions of this place. To reach here, you can book tickets on domestic flights that cater to this state, with leading travel websites to get good discounts.

Kirti Stambh

Kirti Stambh (Tower of Glory), which is located inside the Chittorgarh Fort, is another must-visit attraction of this state. Built in the 12th century during the reign of Rawal Kumar Singh, this glorious tower has a height of about 22 m. This tower was constructed at the behest of a Jain merchant, Jeeja Bhagerwala, who wanted a structure that glorified the Jain religion in this region as it had been an ancient centre for Jain traditions.

Architecture

Built in Solanki architectural style, this tower has about 9 m width that narrows to around 4 m towards the top. Since this tower is also dedicated to Jain Tirthankar Adinath, there lies a sculpture of Adinath on the second floor of this seven-storeyed structure. You can witness a panoramic view of the Chittorgarh city from the topmost floor of this tower. In addition to this tower, there is another similar tower in this fort called Vijay Stambh (Tower of Victory) that is also a popular tourist site.

If you wish to visit this state to explore this majestic towers, then book cheap airline tickets with leading travel agencies or travel websites. Check the flight schedule list for all flights to this place, before booking an air ticket according to your travel itinerary and budget.

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