Rana Kumbha Palace

Rana Kumbha Palace ulasan, Chittaurgarh

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Devendra G
Gurgaon, India754 kontribusi
Agt 2021
Rana Kumbha Palace is one of the most interesting places to visit in Chittorgarh fort. It is the largest monument in the Chittorgarh Fort and has a grand history attached to it. It has been the residence to people like Bappa Rawal, Maharana Kumbha among others.

Legend of Panna Dhai, who saved infant Udai Singh with the heart-breaking sacrifice of her infant son, is also associated with this palace. The dungeons of this palace are also supposed to be the place where Rani Padmani and the other women of the palace committed Johar.

Must visit place in Chittorgarh fort.
Ditulis pada 23 September 2021
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MumbaiRiders
Mumbai (Bombay), India1.399 kontribusi
Mar 2021
Once inside the Palace grounds its a visual tour of the ruins of what was once a magnificent palace. Maharana Kumbha ( 1433 - 1468 AD) of the Sisodia clan was the ruler of Mewar and he made several alterations to this palace .Maharana Kumbha is credited to having rebuilt the State of Mewar and of the 84 fortresses that defended Mewar 32 were erected by Maharana Kumbha.
Ditulis pada 25 Maret 2021
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Dalbir_S_Virdi
Navi Mumbai, India3.027 kontribusi
Des 2019
Though the place is in ruins, you need to imagine as to what a Royal Place it must have been - The Palace of Maharaja, Queens's Palace, The tunnels leading to Bathing place, The Veranda, The Stable all the paraphernalia. This place cant be restored and therefore one has to enjoy the beauty through their imagination based on the narration of Guides. A Guide is a must to appreciate every part of this Palace.
Ditulis pada 10 Februari 2020
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Arup C
Kolkata (Kalkuta), India10.277 kontribusi
Nov 2019
After entering with several gates anf getting tickets..it is the first complex inside Chittoregarh fort tourist arrive..
This Kumbha palace mainly build n renovated by Rana Kumbha..although mostly in ruined state..but still the King palace..Jenana Mahal or Queen palace..The Servants querters..Panna Dai n Meera Bai residents..and many more here to feel the history..A guided tour for this Kumbha palace is recommended..A light and sound show about this Mewar capital is also worth to watch..
Ditulis pada 13 Desember 2019
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Kaushik G
Mumbai (Bombay), India4.068 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Pasangan
We had visited this Palace located inside Chittorgarh fort during our vacation in Udaipur. The entrance to the palace is on a steep inclined pathway which was originally used by the horses. This Palace was built by the great Rajput king Rana Kumbh but currently lies in a dilapidated condition. Our guide explained us the history of the palace across different generations of Rajput Kings and showed us the ruins of buildings which was once the residence of kings, queens, ministers, servants, horses etc. Most of the buildings have been destroyed by kings who invaded Chittorgarh fort.
Ditulis pada 2 Juni 2019
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RajeevDr
6.075 kontribusi
Jan 2019 • Pasangan
It can be approached by 2 gateways to the east - Badi Pol & Tripoliya .After purchasing your entry tickets from the ticket counter , this is the first structure that you will visit. It is a ruined edifice of great historical interest .It is the Birthplace of Maharaja Udai Singh - the founder of Udaipur & has been the residence of people like Bappa Rawal - the founder of Mewar kingdom , the multi - talented king Maharana Kumbha (ruled for 35 years from 1433 - 1468 AD ) who was an able ruler , a great warrior who strengthened Mewar by all means & was also an expert in architecture - Out of the 82 forts in Mewar , 32 were constructed by Maharana Kumbha . He renovated the Chittorgarh fort & constucted 7 gates to the west , He built the Kumbha Swami temple & Shringar Chavri & along with the forts & temples he also built many ponds & step-wells. He was an erudite scholar who studied the ancient Vedas , Upanishads & wrote several books on various subjects. His reign was golden era for music , drama , sculptures & paintings in Mewar. This palace was also home to the spiritual Hindu poetess Meera Bai & the beautiful & courageous legendary queen Rani Padmini. It is associated with the legend of Panna Dai - a symbol of utmost loyalty who sacrificed her own infant son to save Maharana Udai Singh . It houses Darikhana , Surya Gokhra, Zenana Mahal , Kunwar Bade ka Mahal & Topkhana & other open courts. The remarkable feature of this palace is a splendid series of canopied balconies.The light & sound show is held in its premises in the evening . Do take a guide to better understand the facets of this fort .
Ditulis pada 8 Maret 2019
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Albia-Newton
Weston super Mare, UK3.774 kontribusi
Feb 2019 • Pasangan
Remains of a majestic palace Clearly very magnificent in its day

Well cared for grounds and good information about the site
Ditulis pada 8 Februari 2019
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rupeshbits
New Delhi, India341 kontribusi
Agt 2018 • Pasangan
Rana Kumbha was the ruler of the Mewar kingdom. This fort is named after this great ruler of Mewar. Now the fort is ruined and broken but can be visited once. Even after multiple battles in old times this palace is still holding its ground. So it should be visited once.
Ditulis pada 15 Januari 2019
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charoos
mumbai639 kontribusi
Des 2018 • Keluarga
Part of Chtttaurgarh fort, the Rana Kumbha palace is in ruins, however the palace has a lot of history. It was in this place that Maharana Udai Singh was born. The saint Meerabai also lived here and Rani Padmini committed “Jauhar “ here. A must see monument.
Ditulis pada 4 Januari 2019
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Parag Nagda
9 kontribusi
Nov 2018 • Keluarga
Why Rana Kumbha's palace is a must see...
Although it is ruined... Palace is not big & marvellous like other palaces of Rajasthan... but it is Rana Kumbha who alone built 32 of 84 forts of Rajasthan. To many.. all forts and palace are same but this is very different. I felt this was built not as a palace but like a fort and to safeguard he built 7 doors. Very interesting.... A well informed guide is must.
Ditulis pada 25 November 2018
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