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“Amazing Structure”
Review of Vijay Stambha

Vijay Stambha
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Private Tour of Chittorgarh Fort from Udaipur
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Reviewed April 4, 2018 via mobile

Vijay Stambha is an amazing structure with beautifully carved design all over the tower.
Wish it was open to go to the upper floors of Vijay Stambha and have a bird's eye view of the Chittaur town.

Thank nayan2002
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Reviewed March 29, 2018

If you're a history buff looking to see something unique, here it is! This stambh is one of the two main ones in Chittorgarh Fort, and the intricate carving will leave you gaping in awe.
It's a shame we can no longer climb through the interior staircase.

Thank TracingTravels
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Reviewed March 22, 2018 via mobile

Vijay stambh situated in chittorgarh fort . Not so high but explains the history and victory's of rajsthani warriros .great architecture. It is said that after padmini commited jouhar ( suicide of queen after the death of king in battle ground) Alaudeen khilji destroyed everything in chittorhgarh fort but he don't destroy the vijay stambh because vijay stambh is a symbol of all religion and on the 9th floor inside the vijay stambh there is a word "allah" written down there,so because of Alaudeen khilji is a muslim himself ,he wasn't destroy the vijay stambh .great structure.

Thank appyfizzkmn
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Reviewed February 26, 2018

As the name suggests, the 'Vijay Stambha' or the Victory Tower was built around mid 15th Century by Rana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over the ruler of Malwa.
The tower is nine storied and the upper levels have been provided access by staircase from within. However, the entry to the inside of the tower and to the top stories was barred during out visit as it is believed that the tower has weakened.
From outside, the tower is beautiful and provides a great back drop for photography.

Thank ShvRm_Traveller
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Reviewed February 16, 2018

Feel great to stand and got an Photo under this statue which was built by King to celebrate thier victory

Thank viaviana p
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