11th Century Jain Kirti Stambh, Chittorgarh

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Address: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001, India

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Overview of 11th Century Jain Kirti Stambh

Home to 11th Century Jain Kirti Stambh is the city of Chittorgarh in the country of India. 11th Century Jain Kirti Stambh is not a top-rated place in Chittorgarh.

Top attractions of Chittorgarh worth your visit include Chittorgarh Fort, Vijay Stambha, Meera Temple, Padmini Palace and Government Museum Of Fateh Prakash Palace. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in chittorgarh before planning.

11th Century Jain Kirti Stambh is generally not available on the guided Chittorgarh tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.

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Getting around 11th Century Jain Kirti Stambh, Chittorgarh


Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 3.46 Kilometre costing INR 95 and the duration of the trip will be 7 minutes.


It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly INR 95, taking around 7 minutes. The distance between the two points is 3.3 Kilometre.


Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 3 Kilometre, costing around INR 90. The duration of the trip is 6 minutes.

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  • Situated at the back side of fort. It was built in 12th century. Tower is 22 MTR high and built by jain merchant jeeja bhagerwal.

  • 11th century jain digamber temple with kirti stambh. Great site to watch. It has been said that vijay stambh was made after watching this only.

  • Kirti Stambha is a 12th-century tower situated at Chittorgarh fort in Rajasthan, India. The 22 metre high tower was built by a Jain merchant Jeeja Bhagerwala during the reign of Rawal Kumar Singh (c. 1179-1191) for the glory of Jainism. Chittor fort in Rajasthan is the most famous forts in world.[1][2][3] It is known for the story of Padmini taking part in jauhar when Alauddin Khilji had besieged the fort. Chittor has a history going back several centuries. It was an ancient centre of Jain tradition. Chittor is adjacent to the ancient city of Madhyamika. The Jain inscriptions at Mathura from the Kushana period (1st to 3rd centuries) mention a "Majjhimilla" branch of the "Kottiya" gana, indicating that it was a major Jain centre. The famous Acharya Haribhadra Suri (6th century) was born in Chittor and wrote "Dhurtopakhyana" there. There was a scholar Elacharya at Chittor from whom Vira-senacharya (9th century) learned the ancient Shat-khandagama and Kashayapahuda. Vira-senacharya later wrote the famous "Dhavala" and "Jayadhavala" on the basis of these books. It was the residence of Jinavallabha who propagated the Vidhimarga in the 12th century. From the 15th to 17th centuries, it was the seat of a Bhattaraka. The tower is built in the Solanki style. It is 30 feet wide at the base and narrows down to 15 feet at the top. Three inscriptions have been found that mention Jija of Bagherwal community as the builder of the stambha.[4] One of the inscriptions mention Dharmakirti, the disciple of Shubhakirti, who was disciple of Vasantkirti. According to the Balatkara Gana Pattavali, Dharmakirti headed the patta during 1224-1257 AD. Thus the structure dates from the 13th century, although an unrelated Jain inscription of 896 AD was found in the vicinity.[5] Kirti Stambha is older than another tower in the same fort, known as the Vijay Stambha (Tower of Victory).

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  • Good historical jain tample and monument

  • Very Nice and Peaceful Place...

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