Ratan Singh Palace

Open Time : 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entry : free

Address : Rana Ratan Singh Palace, Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India

Why to visit Ratan Singh Palace

The stunning Chittorgarh Fort's grounds contain the historical landmark known as Ratan Singh Palace or Ratan Singh Mahal. The stunning Ratneshwar Lake, which lies next to the castle, magnifies the grandeur of the magnificent Ratan Singh Palace tenfold. As they explore the beautiful edifice, visitors will undoubtedly catch a glimpse of the royal lifestyle in Rajasthan. Traditional Rajasthani architecture's east-facing entrance, massive walls, grand courtyard, regal halls, pillared chhatris, pavilions, and balconies are sure to take your breath away. The palace's elegance and regal atmosphere are still present, despite the fact that most of it is now in ruins. The hues and composition of this image are mind stirring. 

Between 1528 and 1531 AD, Ratan Singh Palace was constructed. Historians claim that when Alauddin Khilji and Amir Khusrau entered and attacked the powerful Chittorgarh Fort, it was noted in their works. A stunning garden and a temple honouring Ratneshwar Mahadev are also part of the impressive palace complex. As a national and historical landmark, the location that formerly provided a stunning setting for several royal ceremonies and celebrations is now accessible to the general public. Some even tell enthralling tales because the area is thought to be a haunted location for the ghosts of those who were slaughtered in the fort.

The top floor of Ratan Singh Mahal is the ideal spot for catching a magnificent view of the sunset, when the sun's warm rays fill one's heart with warmth and joy and the tranquilly of the lake is accentuated by the captivating ruins in the distance. Therefore, a visit to the Ratan Singh Palace is essential, whether it is for its historical significance or its eerie tales.

FAQ on Ratan Singh Palace

How to reach Ratan Singh Palace?

The Chittorgarh Fort Road connects all areas of Chittorgarh with Ratan Singh Palace. From every location in the city, visitors can hail public transportation like as buses, auto rickshaws, and cycle rickshaws. The most comfortable means of mobility are taxis or rental automobiles, both of which are available in the city.

What restaurants are near Ratan Singh Palace?

Restaurants near Ratan Singh Palace: (0.70 km) Gangour Restaurant (0.54 km) Mugs4bucks chittorgarh (0.55 km) Chandal Restaurant

What hotels are near Ratan Singh Palace?

Hotels near Ratan Singh Palace: (0.00 km) Laxmi Lodge (0.00 km) Ganesh Guest House And Restaurant (0.00 km) Lucky Lodge

Special Tip

The cost of the fort entry fee, which is included in the ticket price for the Chittorgarh fort, is around Rs. 15 for Indians and Rs. 200 for foreigners.

By Sparsh Kapoor

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