Chittorgarh fort will be immersed in light from Diwali to Bhai Dooj, 650 high mask lights installed on the monument

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Along with Dhanteras, the festival of Deepotsav has started. In Chittorgarh, from the day of Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj, decorations were done in the entire market on the five-day Diwali festival. Along with this, the ramparts of the world-famous Chittorgarh Durg have been drenched with milky light. The tricolour was also lit on many monuments of the fort on Diwali.

From the day of Dhanteras decorations and lights have been done in the entire city area. Along with this, beautiful lights were also done on the fort, due to which the whole fort is lit from afar. Tricolour lighting was done on Vijaystambh, View Point, Kumbhamahal, Artillery, Gaumukh ramparts located in Chittor fort. At present, different lights can also be seen on the Vijayastambha.

This decoration of Chittorgarh has become a topic of discussion on social media and people are sharing beautiful scenes! Many people have been sharing pictures of city areas on the social media platform, Koo.

While sharing the photo of Chittorgarh fort on the Koo app, a user wrote that like every corner of this fort, let us also bring light to every corner of our mind. Apart from this, other users have also shared the photo.

The fort lit up with 650 lights

On behalf of the Municipal Council, Gulshan Electric and Tent decorated the entire fort with more than 650 high mask lights, LED lights and charioteer lights. Tent employee Iqbal said that this illumination will be extended more on the day of Diwali. On the day of Deepawali, only the tricolour will be illuminated on the entire fort.

Decorations everywhere

Fountains located at Padmini Park, Fountain Chowk, Pratap Nagar Circle of the city were also made operational. Along with making decorative gates at major major places of the city, grand lighting and decoration are also being done at Gambhiri River, Pratap Setu Pulia, Railway Over Bridge. Along with this, the youth performed aarti by lighting 1101 lamps outside the Gajalakshmi temple located in the fort and sought the happiness of all.


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