Chittor has a history restoring a couple of quite a while. It was an old purpose of combination of Jain custom. Chittor is adjoining the old city of Madhyamika. The Jain etchings at Mathura from the Kushana day and age (first to third a long time) see a "Majjhimilla" some piece of the "Kottiya" gana, demonstrating that it was a significant Jain focus interest. The acclaimed Acharya Haribhadra Suri (6th century) was considered in Chittor and granted "Dhurtopakhyana" there.
There was a specialist Elacharya at Chittor from whom Vira-senacharya (ninth century) took in the old Shat-khandagama and Kashayapahuda. Vira-senacharya later made the acclaimed "Dhavala" and "Jaya
dhavala" in light of these books.
History of Kirti Stambha
Chittor Fort has the most perceptible history settled in its dividers. Rani Padmini performed Jauhar after Alauddin Khilji caught the heavenly fortification. Inside it stands Kirti Stambh which was worked by Jija of Bhagerwala social demand. It was worked in commitment of first Jain Thirthankar, Sri Adinath. There are three etchings on the summit which passes on this information. The stripped figures of Thirthankar over the Stambh prompts that it had a place with Digambara gathering. Further, one of the etchings illustrates, Dharmakirti, the understudy of Shubhakirti. Before long, according to Balatkara Gana Pattavali, Dharmakirti drove the patta in the midst of the 1224-1257 AD. As shown by these records, the structure is obviously worked in the thirteenth century.
Plan of Kirti Stambha
The Tower of Fame is worked in the Solanki style of arranging with different shades and complicatedly decided windows. The pinnacle is 22 meters (72 feet) tall with a 30 feet wide base; which points of confinement to 15 feet at the best. At the most raised inspiration driving the seven-storied pinnacle is a recognition way that compensates the visitors with a stunning point of view of the h
abitation underneath. It will all things considered be come to through a tight outing of stairs which in like manner prompts a shocking unfathomable point of view of condition.
Worked in the twelfth century, Kirti Stambh is built inside the Chittorgarh
Post, Rajasthan. The 22 meters tall zenith was worked by a Jain merchant, Jeeja Bhagerwala in the midst of the standard of Rawal Kumar Singh, to commend Jainism. The pinnacle contains figures from the Jain pantheon, and thusly, Kirti Stambh is seen as a fundamental Jain voyage by various Jainism adherents.
Kirti Stambh additionally goes by the name, the Tower of Fame. It is based on the fundamental Tirthankara, Rishabha. Beyond question appreciated for its flighty carvings of the Digambar sort out, this seven storeyed tall pinnacle has extraordinary statues of Sri Adinatha. They are risked of the Stambh close to figures of various Jain favored individuals, making it all the all the also overwhelming. The zenith embodies Solanki Style of Architecture completing it. Visiting the Stambh not simply engages you to look at the pages of history yet furthermore makes you a spectator of an extraordinary view.
It was the living system of Jinavallabha who spread the Vidhimarga in the twelfth
century. From the fifteenth to seventeenth various years, it was the seat of a Bhattaraka. The zenith is worked in the Solanki style. It is 30 feet wide at the base and reasons for detainment to 15 feet at the best.
Three inscriptions have been found that see Jija of Bagherwal social demand as the draftsman of the stambha.[1] One of the etchings see Dharmakirti, the supporter of Shubhakirti, who was admirer of Vasantkirti. As shown by the Balatkara Gana Pattavali, Dharmakirti headed the patta in the midst of 1224-1257 AD. Accordingly the structure dates from the thirteenth century, despite the way in which that a unimportant Jain illustration of 896 AD was found in the vicinity.[2] Kirti Stambha is more organized than another apex in a close fortification, known as the Vijay Stambha (Tower of Victory).
Worked in the midst of the eighteenth century by Biherwal Mahajan Sanaya, Kirti Stambh is revolved around Rishabha, the chief Tirthankara of Jainism. This seven storied apex has a befuddling five-feet-high statue of the Rishabha. Settled in the Chittorgarh post, this fortress is worked in Solanki building. There is a kept stairway which leads through the seven stories to the best. On the best floor there is an astuteness campaign which offers a for the most part far reaching point of view of Chittorgarh city. A liberal number of admirers of Jainism go to the top to revere Lord Adinath.