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On the banks of the Berach river lies the quaint city of Chittorgarh that served as a capital of the Kingdom of Mewar from the 7th century until the 16th century. Strewn with royal historical sites that have survived the passage of time, this medieval town packs tales of love, gallantry and sacrifice into its every nook and corner. From an ancient fort to stunning palaces and temples, discover the best places to visit in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan.
Located in the Chittorgarh district near Bassi is the Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary that is home to a variety of animal species and migratory birds, along with diverse flora. Antelope, panther, wild cats, mangoose, blue bull, civet, hyena, crane, wild boar and langur are just some of the animal and bird species visitors will see in this sanctuary – a nature lover’s dream come true. Also, trees like Dhok and Saral can be seen here. It must be noted that tourists need to get permission from the Chittorgarh’s District Forest Officer to visit the sanctuary as it is a protected area.
Located 11 miles north of Chittorgarh lies the ancient village of Nagari that was once the major kingdom of Mauryan clan. Though there isn’t much to explore here, for those interested in knowing the rich and diverse history of the royal state, Nagari is a must-visit. Several old gold coins, a stupa adorned with terracotta tiles and other relics have been discovered here that depict the story of the bygone era.