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Vijay Stambh (Victory Tower) Chittorgarh

Vijay Stambh - Victory Tower Chittorgarh Vijay Stambha, otherwise called triumph tower, is a bit of obstruction of Chittorgarh. It was developed by the lord of Mewar, Rana Kumbha to commend his triumph over the consolidated powers of Malwa and Gujarat driven by Mahmud Khilji, in 1448. The relentless pinnacle was developed between the time of 1458 and 1488 and is so tall and monstrous that it is obvious from any piece of the city. Consequently, the whole town can be seen from here. Vijay Stambh is a devotion to Lord Vishnu and has mind boggling carvings and figures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. The inward piece of the pinnacle has carvings of weapons, melodic instruments, and different apparatuses utilized in that period. It is an incredible case of religious pluralism drilled by the Rajputs. The most astounding story comprises of a picture of the Jain Goddess, Padmavati. Likewise, the word Allah is cut multiple times on the third story and multiple times on the eighth story, all in Arabic. The great pinnacle is a bit of design that is frequented by travelers visiting the city and makes them feel pleased with the lively history of the nation. Intricate Carvings on Vijay StambhVijay Stambh has engraved sections in the highest story; which contain a concise ancestry of the leaders of Chittaurgarh and their bold deeds. This awesome assignment was finished by Rana Kumbha, the court researcher and Atri and his child, Mahesh. On the fifth story, the names of the planners are cut; to be specific, Sutradhar Jaita and his three children, Napa, Puja, and Poma. Architecture of Vijay Stambh Developed of red sandstone and white marble, Vijay Stambh has an overhang on each story. The pinnacle is nine stories tall with a stature of 37.19 meters and a base tallness of 3.0 meters. One needs to climb 157 stages to achieve the highest point of the pinnacle. In this way, the best has an entrancing perspective of the whole city.