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Rifa Tours provides excellent safari holidays and photographic opportunities in search of the tiger in wildlife Parks where you can have real wildlife experience and to hear the call of the wild. The Company has all-Rajasthan network of hotels, guides, and transports.

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There were four in our group. We had English friend with us and it was their first time in India. They & us had wonderful two days in Ranthambhore. The driver, the guide were faultless and The agent (Rifa Tours) had planned everything very well.All I can say is that we have had an unbelievable  experience . Thank you !!!

David, Mary Jo Mangion ,Narsh , Minaxi Patel

Wasim was always very good,expericend travel agent who organized our trip to our complete satisfaction. The Ranthambore experience memorable for us. Thanking you.

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My friends and I decided to visit Agra and jaipur this summer. We found many travel agencies but we heard about Rifa Tours india from one of our friends and we decided to book our tour with this company. They were very prompt answering our e.mails and they offered the best rate for our tour. Mr. Wasim suggested a full itinerary. Every thing was detailed and offered with good price. Our driver Deepak was excellent, informative, quick, and used our time efficiently. The hotels were neat and clean and were exactly as expected.Overall, our experience with Rifa Tours was great. I would definitely recommend him to my friends and family. Thanks Mr.Wasim and Rifa Torus’s guide, driver and representative. We would definitely use them next time.

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“A wonderful experience and Well Managed trip with rifa tours”

We reached at sawai madhopur railway station. Rifa Tours (Mr Wasim) arranged our all services include hotel reservation, jungle safari and fort trip etc; He ensured our pickup straight from the sawai madhopur railway station and sent us an open gypsy for us. Driver Sanjeed took us resort. After a warm welcome from hotel staff we got into our cottage. We enjoyed hotel activities and next day early we were ready for Safari before safari tea coffee will be served, In the meantime Gypsy (open safari Jeep) arrived and take us to jungle safari, Jungle trip was excellent in first safari we saw a big cat that’s Tiger. Park is very beautiful, our guide was very informative he described very well. Mr wasim completely made our Ranthambore trip a memorable one. Overall it was positive experience with Rifa Tours India.

 

 
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I recently travelled to Agra and Ranthambore and my friend recommended to use services from Mr.Wasim, Rifa Tours India.What a great choice. He was so helpful,very prompt answering our queries , interesting and new all the history. He really made the trip excellent with best price.we started our tour from Jaipur. Our driver Shabbir was incredible.He knew the history of the region and he was a great driver. He got us to Agra safely. our Agra Tour was great, our local guide Shanu was excellent. Next day we drove to Ranthambhore, it was long journy, road was not good it was little bumpy but we enjoyed the tour immensely.Everything was perfect, we were able to see many of the popular tourist attractions.We definitely recommend Rifa Tours for anyone who is considering exploring Rajasthan and India . Thank you, Rifa Tours !

 

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Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh is located in the southern part of the state of Rajasthan, in the northwestern part of India. It is located beside a high hill near the Gambheri River. It is 112 km from Udaipur and 182 km from Ajmer. The climate of Chittorgarh is arid. Summers are quite hot (April-June) and winters are cool (October-February). It experiences scant rainfall between June and August.

History :  The origin of Chittorgarh can be traced to the seventh century. Earlier it was known as Chitrakut, after a local Rajput chieftain named Chitrang. It remained the capital of the local Sisodia clan of Rajputs from the eighth to the 16th century. The history of this town is written in blood and sacrifice. Muslim rulers sacked it three times in the medieval period. The first was by Ala-ud-din Khilji, the Sultan of Delhi in 1303. Khilji laid siege of this hill fort to capture the beautiful Padmini, the queen of Chittorgarh. When the situation worsened, Bhim Singh, the ruler of Chittorgarh, led his men donned with saffron robes of sacrifice, and rode out of the fort to certain death. Inside the fort, women, including Padmini and the children, committed mass suicide or jauhar by immolating themselves on a huge pyre, rather than losing their honor at the hands of the enemy. In the middle of the 15th century, Chittorgarh gained eminence when the legendary Rajput ruler, Rana Kumbha, ruled it. He built the Vijay Stambh (Victory Tower) to commemorate his victory over Mahmud Khilji, the ruler of Malwa, in 1440. Chittorgarh was sacked again in 1535 by Bahadur Shah, the Sultan of Gujarat. The jauhar that followed the siege saw the death of  13,000 women and 32,000 Rajput soldiers. The third and final siege took place in 1568 at the hands of the great Mughal emperor Akbar. Jaimal and Kalla, two Rajput generals, valiantly defended the fort but with their death and deteriorating situation, jauhar was performed. However, Maharana Udai Singh II, the ruler of Chittorgarh, fled to Udaipur and re-established his rule. The Mughal emperor Jahangir returned Chittorgarh to its rulers in 1616.

Major Attractions

  • Chittorgarh Fort
  • Rana Kumbha Palace
  • The Archeological Museum
  • The Victory Tower or Vijay Stambh
  • The Sammidheshwara Temple
  • The Tower of Fame or Kirti Stambh
  • Jain Tirthankara (spiritual leader)
  • Bhimtal Tank
  • Neelkanth Mahadev Temple
  • Meera Temple
  • Kumbha Shyam Temple
  • 8th-century Kalika Mata Temple

How to reach:
By Rail : Chittorgarh railway station is located on the western banks of Gambheri River. It has rail links with Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Udaipur, Jaipur, Kota and Delhi.

By Road: The main bus stand is also on the western banks of Gambheri River. There is good bus service for Ajmer, Bundi, Kota and Udaipur from Chittorgarh.

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