Rana Kumbha Palace in Chittorgarh is an important among the tourist attractions in Chittorgarh. The biggest monument among the places of tourist interest in Chittorgarh, the palace is a part of many legends associated with the beautiful queen Padmini of Chittorgarh. Named after the greatest of the Sisodias, the palace is of prime importance for people on their Chittorgarh tour. Rana Kumbha Palace in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan is of great historical and architectural interest among the people on their visit to Chittorgarh. Its ruins speaking volumes of the glorious and courageous past of the Rajputs is famed among the tourist attractions in Chittorgarh. The Tripolia gate at the entrance opens to the large courtyard. Originally built by the founder of the House of Mewar, Bappa Rawal in 734 AD, it was renovated by Maharana KUMBHA (1433-1468). The famed poetess, Princess MIRA BAI once lived here. The legend of PANNA DHAI saving infant Udai Singh is also associated with the palace. Places of tourist interest in Chittorgarh fort premises housed in the Rana Kumbha Palace include Suraj Gokhra, Zanana Mahal, Kanwar Pada Palace, Diwan-i-am and a Shiva temple. Rana Kumbha Palace in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India is the very place where Padmini committed Jauhar or self-immolation along with her lady 700 followers to save honor.
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