Rana Kumbha Palace was constructed in the 15th Century and was the home of the powerful Rajput king Rana Kumbha. The palace is a living example of the impressive and marvellous architecture flourishing during the Rajput period. Being the central part of the Chittorgarh fort, the palace has witnessed innumerable strategically important decisions. It was the dominant place where all the important matters ranging from strategies to capture enemy and regular administrative issues were all discussed and planned. Though the fort is in a state of total ruins but it still reminds of the glorious past with all its nobility and majestic brilliance. The history connoisseur should essentially visit the palace as it is believed that it is this Palace where in the underground cellars Rani Padmini committed Jauhar to save her pride when her husband Rana Ratan Singh was captured by Ala Uddin Khilji. Even today the horse and elephant stables located near the palace are believed to be of the same Rajput period. This visit of 30 minutes gives a nice glimpse of the Rajput reign and a lot of moments worth capturing. No entry fee is charged to enter this grand palace and witness history.