The Chittorgarh fort was built by the Mauryans in the 7th century AD. The fort is also known as ‘Water fort’ and comprises 22 water bodies, palaces, towers and temples. The fort is spread over 700 acre and stands on 180m high hill. It was considered one of the strongest forts of India. The main attractions of the fort are the two commemoration towers, Kirti Stambh and Vijay Stambh. The former was built to honour first Jain Tirthankar and the latter was built to commemorate the victory over Mohammed Khilji.