The Kirti Stambha is another historically relevant site to visit in Chittorgarh that can be explored in a short visit of 30 to 45 minutes. The place has no entry fees and is a feast for photo fanatics. Also known as Tower of fame, it is one breath-taking example of the glorious architecture prevalent during Rajput period. The stambha was constructed to mark the glory of Jainism in the 12th century by a prosperous Jain Merchant Jeeja Bhagerwala. The 22 meters high and seven storied structure built in the Solanki style of architecture is beautifully decorated with carvings of Digambar sect of Jainism. It is dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara, Adinath whose statue is installed in the second storey of the tower. Each storey is characterised by its own balcony and windows. The tower is physically demanding if one wants to climb to the top but the reward is worth the try. The topmost floor of the tower offers the magical scenery of Chittorgarh which mesmerizes the onlookers. Looking at the beautiful construction and architecture of the tower, it is difficult to imagine as to how it was created. One must necessarily carry a camera to capture the beautiful moments.