Kalika Mata Temple
Across from Padmini's Palace is the Kalika Mata Temple, an 8th-century sun temple damaged during the first sack of Chittor and then...
All of Chittor’s attractions are in the fort . A zigzag ascent of more than 1km leads through seven gateways to the main gate on the...
The intensely carved Sammidheshwar Temple, built in the 6th century and restored in 1427, is close to the Mahasati area.
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Continuing south from the Gaumukh Reservoir, you reach Padmini's Palace, beside a large lotus pool with a central pavilion. Legend relates that, as Padmini sat in this pavilion, Ala-ud-din saw her reflection in the lake. This glimpse convinced him to destroy Chittor in order to possess her. The bronze gates to this pavilion were carried off by Akbar and can now be seen in Agra Fort. Near Padmini's Palace is a small prison where captured invaders were kept; former prisoners include sultans of Malwa and of Gujarat.