Chittorgarh Fort - Tourist Places in largest fort of India

Chittorgarh Fort - Tourist Places in largest fort of India, it tells history of Chittorgarh fort with places to visit in the fort and their importance.





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Whenever it comes to hear that "Garh To Chittorgarh, Baki Sab Gadhaiya", then the curiosity to see and know about the fort of Chittorgarh starts arising in our mind.

As we get to know Chittor, along with the vastness of this fort, its architecture and listening to the stories of the heroes here fills the mind with pride and excitement.

Spread in the shape of a fish on a high mountain near the Gambhiri river, this fort is not only the pride of Rajasthan but of the whole of India. Spread over an area of about 700 acres at a height of 180 meters, this fort is protected by a strong rampart from all sides.

This fort is also known as Water Fort because earlier there were about 84 water sources in the form of ponds, kunds and step wells, out of which only about 22 are present now.

History of Chittorgarh


If we talk about the construction of the fort, it is believed to have been built by Mahabali Bhima. Later in the seventh century, its construction is also associated with the Mauryan dynasty king Chitrangad. For this reason, earlier this fort was known as Chitrakoot.

This fort remained as the capital of Mewar till almost 16th century. Many supremely glorious kings ruled here, among whom Rawal Ratan Singh, Maharana Kumbha, Maharana Sanga, Maharana Uday Singh etc. are prominent. A lot of time in the life of Veer Shiromani Maharana Pratap has passed here.

Siege of Chittorgarh


The fort has withstood sieges and invasions by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1567–68, including Alauddin Khilji of the Delhi Sultanate in 1303 AD, Bahadur Shah, the ruler of Gujarat in 1534–35 AD.

At the time of these three attacks, there were Shaka of Rajput warriors outside the fort and Jauhar of brave Rajput ladies inside the fort, in which Rani Padmavati's Jauhar is world famous.

Religious and historical importance of Chittorgarh


This fort has been a center of religious harmony in which Hindu temples as well as Jain temples were present in abundance. Krishna devotee Meerabai's life also passed in this fort. The saga of sacrifice of Panna Dhay is also associated with this fort.

Due to the religious and historical importance of the fort as well as harmonious art and culture, UNESCO has included it as a World Heritage Site in 2013.

Except Fateh Prakash Mahal in the fort, most of the constructions are of the time before Akbar's invasion, that means about five hundred years old.

After this invasion, due to Udaipur being the center of the rulers of Mewar, most of the buildings here have reached a dilapidated state due to lack of maintenance.

Places to visit in Chittorgarh Fort


Chittorgarh fort is the largest fort in India. Many religious and historical places are present in the area of several kilometers inside this fort. The fort is so big that it takes a whole day from morning to evening to see it.

How much time does it take to visit Chittorgarh Fort?


As we already told you that it takes a whole day from morning to evening to visit the entire Chittorgarh Fort, but if you do not have time then you can see some of the main sights in three to four hours.

Most of the tourists either due to lack of information or due to paucity of time, apart from some major sightseeing places, do not see those places which have great importance in history.

We advise you that whenever you go to visit Chittorgarh Fort, go at your leisure and see it properly by spending the whole day. This fort holds a very important place in the history of India.

How to travel inside Chittorgarh Fort?


The Chittorgarh Fort is huge and is spread over an area of several kilometres. You cannot roam on foot in this fort. You will need a car or bike to see the entire fort.

Which is the best time to visit Chittorgarh Fort?


As you know that Rajasthan has more heat, so apart from the summer season, you can come to visit Chittorgarh Fort anytime. The best time to visit Chittorgarh Fort is from September to March.

According to the information given ahead, if you visit the fort of Chittorgarh, then you can easily see the entire fort yourself without the help of any tourist guide.

Entrance Gates of Chittorgarh Fort


The fort is protected by seven huge gates known as Pol. These are known as Padan Pol, Bhairon Pol, Hanuman Pol, Jodla Pol, Ganesh Pol, Laxman Pol and Ram Pol respectively from bottom to top.

Memorial of Rawat Bagh Singh


The memorial of Rawat Bagh Singh is built on the platform outside the Padan Pol, the first gate of the fort. Rawat Bagh Singh had attained martyrdom at this place while defending the fort during the invasion of Sultan Bahadur Shah of Gujarat in 1534-35 AD. Later a memorial was built here in his memory.

Cenotaphs of Jaimal and Kalla


Rajput Veer Jaimal and Kalla's cenotaphs are built near Bhairav Pol. These chhatris are built in the memory of two Rajput heroes who sacrificed their lives while defending the fort during Akbar's attack in 1567-68 AD.

On going ahead, where the climb ends, the last gate is Rampol. In front of this door there is a pillared verandah which was probably made for the rest of the guests.

Memorial of Patta Sisodia


Rajput Veer Patta's memorial is built at some distance from Rampol. This is the same warrior Patta Sisodiya that sacrificed their lives while fighting Akbar along with Jaimal and Kalla in 1567-68 AD.

Temple of Tulja Bhawani in Chittorgarh Fort


From here on going ahead on the right side comes the temple of Tulja Bhavani. This temple was built by Banveer by weighing gold equal to his own weight. For this reason it is called the temple of Tulja Bhavani.

Ticket Price and Timings of Chittorgarh Fort


There is a ticket window ahead from where you have to take tickets to see the entire fort. A map of the fort is made on the ticket window itself, understanding which will make it easier for you to move around.

You can buy tickets through both offline and online modes. You have to take offline tickets from the ticket window and online tickets can be booked from anywhere.

The online ticket for Indian tourist costs Rs 35 and offline ticket from the ticket window may cost around Rs 50. Separate tickets have to be taken for Fateh Prakash Mahal Museum and Light and Sound Show.


Banveer's wall and Naulakha Bhandar in Chittorgarh Fort


One way from the ticket window goes to the left and one way goes around the front of the Gol Burj. A round tower and a long and incomplete wall adjacent to it are visible in front. This tower is known as Naulakha Bhandar and the wall as Banveer's wall.

Banveer used to keep his treasury in Naulakha Bhandar and he started the construction of this wall to divide the fort and build another fort inside the fort. But he could not succeed in his plans due to Maharana Udai Singh ousting him from power.

Shringar Chavari Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


Further along this wall, adjacent to it is a Jain temple known as Shringar Chavari (Chauri). It was built by Belak, the treasurer of Maharana Kumbha.

Devra of Maharana Sanga in Chittorgarh Fort


There is another temple near this temple which is known as Maharana Sanga's Devra. The idol of Lord Devnarayan is installed here. It is said that Maharana Sanga used to go to war wearing this armor and returned victorious.

Artillery in Chittorgarh Fort


A little further from here, there is an artillery gunnery, in which many cannons are kept. The office of the Archaeological Department is also built here.

From here, returning along the wall, go ahead of Naulakha Bhandar, then on the right side comes the palace of Maharana Kumbha. From here one can enter the Kumbha Mahal through the northern gate.

Kumbha Mahal in Chittorgarh Fort


Kumbha Mahal is considered to be the oldest construction of the fort. This palace has been the residence of the former Maharanas of Chittor, in which apart from Kumbha, Rana Mokal, Rana Sanga etc. are prominent.

Along with this, this palace has also been the residence of Rani Padmini, Rani Karnavati and Mirabai, a devotee of Krishna.

There are many cellars and secret passages inside the Kumbha Mahal. A path leads from the Zanana Mahal to the Gaumukh Kund. This path was used in ancient times by the ladies of the royal family to go to Gaumukh Kund.

Sacrifice of Pannadhay in Chittorgarh Fort


In this Kumbha palace, Pannadhay saved the life of Kunwar Uday Singh from Banveer by sacrificing his son Chandan. This Uday Singh later settled Udaipur and whose brave and self-respecting sons like Maharana Pratap were born.

Meera Bai had to drink a cup of poison


Meera, a devotee of Krishna, was given a cup of poison inside Meera Mahal located in this Kumbha Mahal. Even after drinking the poisoned cup, nothing happened to Meerabai. Mirabai was the wife of Bhojraj, the son of Maharana Sanga.

Badi Pol and Tripoliya Gate in Chittorgarh Fort


There is a ticket window for the light and sound show near the northern door of the Kumbha Mahal, beyond which comes a door known as Badi Pol.

The main entrance to the Kumbha Mahal is the Tripolia Gate located on the right side of Badi Pol in the east. On entering from here, there is a Darikhana in front where visitors as well as important meetings were held.

Fateh Prakash Mahal Museum in Chittorgarh Fort


Fateh Prakash Mahal is built in front of Badi Pol, which is the most modern building of this fort. It was built by Maharana Fateh Singh. Presently the museum operates in it.

Meena Bazar and Nagina Bazar in Chittorgarh Fort


On going north from Badi Pol, ruins of shops are present on both sides of the road in front of Fateh Prakash Mahal.

There used to be a market at this place which is known as Meena Bazar and Nagina Bazar. There used to be shops of precious stones and naginas.

Pataleshwar Mahadev Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


A little further from here, the temple of Pataleshwar Mahadev is built. It is now present in a dilapidated state. Shivling is present in the sanctum sanctorum in the middle of the temple.

Aalha Kabra and Bhamashah Haveli in Chittorgarh Fort


Beyond the temple of Pataleshwar Mahadev, the ruins of Bhamashah's haveli are present on the left side.

After the Battle of Haldighati, when Maharana Pratap's treasury was empty and he needed money to fight the Mughals, Bhamashah gifted all his wealth to Maharana Pratap.

The ruins of Alha Kabra's Haveli are present near Bhamashah's Haveli.

Satbees Devri Jain Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


On going south from Badi Pol on the right side, Satbis Deori Jain temple is built on the left side. Due to the total of 27 Deoris built in the temple premises, it is known as Satbis Deori. The main temple is dedicated to Lord Adinath.

Kumbh Shyam and Mira Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


On going ahead from here, Kumbh Shyam and Meera temples are present in a complex on the right side. As soon as you enter the premises, there is a statue of Garuda in front of which the Kumbh Shyam Temple is located just in front of it.

Next to this temple there is a small temple known as Meera Mandir. There is an cenotaph in front of the Meera temple, in which the feet of his Guru Saint Ravidas or Raidas are situated.

It is said that the present Kumbh Shyam temple was earlier Varah temple and the present Meera temple was earlier Kumbh Shyam temple. Later, their idols were destroyed by the Muslim invaders.

Later, due to Meera Bai worshiping Krishna in the Kumbh Shyam Temple, the Kumbh Shyam Temple came to be known as Meera Temple and due to the installation of a new idol of Kumbh Shyam in the Varaha Temple, it came to be known as the Kumbh Shyam Temple.

Jata Shankar Mahadev Temple and Oil Ghee Ki Baori in Chittorgarh Fort


Jata Shankar Mahadev's temple is present near the fort wall on the back side of Meera temple. On one side of this temple oil and on the other side there is a stepwell of ghee. Along with the preparation of public feasts, oil and ghee were kept in these two stepwells during religious events.

Vijay Stambh (Tower of Victory) in Chittorgarh Fort


On going ahead from here, Vijay Stambh comes on the right side. Maharana Kumbha built it for his presiding deity Vishnu after defeating Sultan Mahmud Shah Khilji of Malwa in 1448 AD.

The Vijay Stambh is nine storeyed with a height of 37.19 metres. There are stairs inside to reach the topmost floor.

This pillar is covered from all sides with so many idols of Hindu deities that it is also called the museum of idols.

Jauhar Sthal or Mahasati Sthal in Chittorgarh Fort


The Mahasati site is present next to the Vijay Stambh. There are two gates in the north and east direction to enter it. The eastern gate is called the Mahasati gate which opens directly towards the Mahasati site.

Mahasati place itself is considered as Jauhar place. In ancient times, it was in the form of a pool in which Rajput women used to sacrifice themselves in the form of Jauhar by burning sandalwood.

Now this kund has been filled and given the shape of a garden. As soon as I come to know about this place, my heart gets filled with reverence for those brave ladies.

From the eastern gate, on the left side, one goes towards Gaumukh Kund and the way in front leads to the ancient temple of Samadhishwar Mahadev.

The complex is strewn with many ruined temples as well as the remains of idols vandalized by Muslim invaders. These remains are telling the story of religious bigotry and ruthlessness of these invaders.

Gaumukh Kund in Chittorgarh Fort


Dilapidated remains of some temples are seen on going through a gate towards Gaumukh Kund. There is also a secret passage below that connects this Gaumukh Kund with the Kumbha Mahal.

In the Gaumukh Kund, water flows from the face of the cow and falls on the Shivling for twelve months.

Gaumukh Kund is considered very sacred which has religious significance as a place of pilgrimage. The view from here is very picturesque.

The temple of Samadhishwar Mahadev can be directly reached by climbing the stairs from the northern part of the kund.

Samadhishwar Mahadev Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


To reach the temple of Samadhishwar Mahadev and the Mahasati site, another gate has been built in the north of the Mahasati site. This gate must have been used to go to the temple of Samadhishwar Mahadev as well as to go to Gaumukh Kund.

The temple of Samadhishwar Mahadev is quite grand which is also known as Shivalaya of Tribhuvan Narayan or the temple of Bhoj. It was built by Raja Bhoj of Malwa in the 11th century.

It is also known as Mokalji's temple because it was renovated by Maharana Mokal. Behind the Shivling in the temple, there is a huge trinity of Shiva carved on the wall, whose magnificence is created on seeing it.

Hathi Kund and Khatan Rani's stepwell in Chittorgarh Fort


On going south from the Mahasati site, there is Hathi Kund on the right and Khatan Rani's stepwell on the left. Hathi Kund was used for bathing elephants.

Jaimal Patta Haveli and Kankali Mata Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


Jaimal and Patta Haveli are present on the right side. This is the same Jaimal and Patta who sacrificed their lives fighting Akbar's army and whose memorial is present near the gates of Chittor.

Presently the temple of Kankali Mata is established in this haveli due to which this haveli has turned into a temple.

Jaimal Patta Talab and Suraj Kund in Chittorgarh Fort


There is a big pond in front of the haveli which is called Jaimal Patta ka Talab. There is a big tank built next to this pond which is called Suraj Kund. A road divides Jaimal Patta Talab and Suraj Kund into two parts.

It is considered a sacred pool and it is believed that an armed warrior mounted on a white horse used to emerge daily from it to aid the Maharana in battle.

Kalika Mata Temple in Chittorgarh Fort


Kalika Mata's temple is situated on a high platform in front of Jaimal Patta's Haveli. Originally it is considered to be the Sun Temple, later due to the destruction of the idols during the Muslim invasion, the idol of Kalika Mata was installed in it, due to which it is recognized as the temple of Kalika Mata.

Queen Padmini's Palace and Jal Mahal in Chittorgarh Fort


In front of the temple of Kalika Mata, there is a palace of Maharani Padmini surrounded by water on the left side. In the southern part of this palace, stairs are made to descend into the lake and idols are installed in the niches.

In this southern part, there is another palace with a three-storied arch surrounded by water, which is known as Jal Mahal. The pond of Jal Mahal is known as Padmini Talab or Padmini Sarovar.

It is said that Alauddin Khilji saw the reflection of Queen Padmini's face made in the water of the stairs of this Jalmahal in the mirror of Padmini Mahal.

Khatan Rani's Palace in Chittorgarh Fort


The ruins of Khatan Rani's palace are present on the banks of the lake in the south direction of Padmini Mahal. Khatan Rani is said to be the concubine of Maharana Kshetra Singh. This queen's two sons named Chacha and Mera had killed Maharana Mokal.

Gora Badal Ki Guhumre and Havelis in Chittorgarh Fort


Next to Padmini Mahal, on the right side is Rampur Bhanpur Haveli, in front of which there are two domed buildings called Gora Badal Palace or Gora Badal ki Ghumaren.

Nearby are the ruins of the haveli of Maharana Mokal's maternal uncle Rao Ranmal. Rao Ranmal's sister Hansabai was married to Maharana Lakha.

In addition to these havelis, there are ruins of many unknown havelis including Bundi and Salumber havelis, Bika Haveli.

Nag Chandreshwar Temple and Badshah Ki Bhaksi in Chittorgarh Fort


Next to it is situated the ancient Nag Chandreshwar temple. In front of this temple, there is a place named Badshah Ki Bhaxi surrounded by a boundary wall, in which Maharana Kumbha had kept Sultan Mahmud Khilji of Malwa as a prisoner.

Chitrangad pond and horse racing chaugan in Chittorgarh Fort


A little ahead of this is the Chatrang Talab or Chitrangad Talab built by Chitrangad Maurya. Behind this pond, there is a huge ground till the palaces of Khatan Rani, which is called Purana Chaugan or Chaugan for running horses. Military activities were carried out here.

Cenotaphs of Rang Rasiya and Raj Teela in Chittorgarh Fort


There are two cenotaphs in the north-east direction near the Chatrang pond, which are called the cenotaphs of Rang Rasiya.

On the eastern side of the pond, there is a high place called Raj Tila, where the palace of the first Maurya ruler Maan is said to have been built.

It is also believed that the coronation of kings used to take place on Raj Tila only. Raj Teela is easily accessible from the main gate of Mrigavan.

Chittodi Burj and Mohar Magari in Chittorgarh Fort


The last southern bastion beyond Chatrang Talab is called Chittauri Burj. Under this tower, there is an artificial hill made of clay, which is known as Mohar Magri.

It is said that when Akbar attacked Chittor, he raised it high by employing laborers for barricade at this place. For this work the laborers were given a Coin (Mohar) for an earthen basket, due to which it is called Mohar Magri.

Bika (Bhikha) Khoh in Chittorgarh Fort


There is a famous bastion named Bika (Bhikha) Khoh near Chatrang Talab, a part of which was blasted by making a tunnel during the invasion of Sultan Bahadur Shah of Gujarat.

Arjun Hada of Bundi, who was present in the defense of this tower, sacrificed his life along with hundreds of brave soldiers.

Mrigvan Forest Sanctuary in Chittorgarh Fort


The part beyond Chatrang Talab till Chittauri Burj is called Mrigavan Forest Sanctuary where the entry is closed.

In addition to the habitat of different types of wildlife, many historical places are also present in Mrigavan, in which Mohar Magri, Chittoudi Burj, Bika (Bhikha) Khoh Burj, Mal Godown, Baithi Bari, Mansa Mahadev etc. are prominent.

Telang Ki Gumti in Chittorgarh Fort


From Mrigavan, the road turns towards the north, on which after going a little further, the remains of Telang's Gumti are present on the left side.

Battlefield of Chittorgarh


Looking in the eastern direction of this Gumti, a dense forest and a flat plain are visible under the mountain. It might have been a battlefield in ancient times.

Bhimlat and Bhim Godi Kund in Chittorgarh Fort


On going ahead from here, there is a big tank on the left side, on one end of which there is a Shiva temple. This Kund is called Bhimlat Kund and its construction is believed to be made from the kick of Mahabali Bhima.


Beyond here on the left side is a small pond which is believed to have been made from the knee of Bhima and is called Bhima Godi Kund.

It can also be reached from the road between Jaimal Patta Talab and Suraj Kund in front of the temple of Kalika Mata on Bhimlat Kund and Bhim Godi.

Temple of Adbhud Ji in Chittorgarh Fort


A little ahead of this, on the left side, there is a grand temple of Adbhud ji, which was built in the fifteenth century.

Here also like the Samadhishwar Mahadev temple there is a huge Trimukhi idol of Shiva in the wall behind the Shivling. On seeing the craft and architecture of the temple, this temple seems amazing.

Suraj Pol and Chunda Pol in Chittorgarh Fort


In front of this, there is a huge gate called Suraj Pol to go down from the fort in the east direction. From here one can have a panoramic view of the outer eastern part of the fort.

Next to this door, there is another door to go down which is probably known as Chunda Pol.

Memorial of Saidas in Chittorgarh Fort


There are two monuments near Suraj Pol Darwaza, one of which is of Chundawat Sardar Sai Das of Salumber. He attained martyrdom at this place in 1567-68 AD while fighting with Akbar's army.

Temple of Neelkanth Mahadev in Chittorgarh Fort


From here on the left side, there is an ancient temple of Neelkanth Mahadev. A huge Shivling of Lord Shiva is situated in this temple, which is considered to be the presiding deity of Maharana Kumbha.

This place is also considered as Tapobhoomi of Pandavas. Outside the temple, there are some ancient umbrellas on the lower side.

Kirti Stambh (Tower of Fame) in Chittorgarh Fort


On going ahead from here, there is a grand Jain temple dedicated to Mahavir Swami on the right side and the famous Kirti Stambh is present near it.

This six-storied pillar dedicated to Lord Adinath was built in 1301 AD. Its height is 24.5 meters. There are stairs inside to reach the topmost floor. There are idols of Jain Tirthankaras all around it.

Boliya Talab in Chittorgarh Fort


A little further from here on the left side there is a Boliya pond, which must have been a major source of water in ancient times.

Lakhota Bari in Chittorgarh Fort


On going ahead from here, on the north-eastern end of the hill, there is a small door to go down from the fort, which is called Lakhota Bari.

It is believed that Jaimal was paralyzed by a bullet fired by Akbar's war gun near this door.

Ratan Singh's Palace and Ratneshwar Talab in Chittorgarh Fort


From here the road turns towards the south direction, on which the palace of Maharana Ratan Singh is present in the north direction on the right side.

In front of it there is a big pond in the form of a kund which is known as Ratneshwar pond. This pond was built by Ratan Singh himself. The temple of Ratneshwar Mahadev is built on the bank of the pond.

The most important thing here is that this Maharana Ratan Singh has no relation with Queen Padmavati.

The life span of Queen Padmavati and her husband Rawal Ratan Singh ended more than two centuries before his tenure.

Before the construction of Ratan Singh's palace, Aahada Sardar Hinglu of Dungarpur used to stay here at this place, due to which it is also known as the palace of Hinglu Aahada.

Kukdeshwar Mahadev Temple and Kukdeshwar Kund in Chittorgarh Fort


Kukdeshwar Kund is present on the left side when going towards the Rampol door in the south direction from the rear of Ratan Singh's palace or on the left side after entering the Rampol door and coming forward in the north.

The temple of Kukadeshwar Mahadev is present in the upper part of this kund. According to legend, both these are creations associated with Mahabali Bhima.

According to many historians, Chittor was ruled by King Kukdeshwar in the eighth century and it was he who got this kund and pagoda built.

Annapurna Mata Temple, Banmata Temple, Memorial of Raghavdev in Chittorgarh Fort


Nearby Annapurna Mata Temple Complex is located, in which Annapurna Mata's temple, Banmata's temple, memorial of Raghavdev, son of Maharana Lakha.

The temple of Annapurna Mata was earlier a Mahalakshmi temple which was built during the Maurya era as Gajalakshmi temple.

Later, Maharana Hammir got it renovated and restored it with the name Annapurna. Along with this, a water tank was also constructed nearby which is known as Annapurna Kund.

For this reason Annapurna Mata is being worshiped as their presiding deity by the Sisodia dynasty of Mewar from about 1326 AD, which we can understand by looking at the temple of Annapurna Mata in Raj Singh's palace located in Rajnagar.

The temple of Banmata is situated in the temple premises itself. Near this, a memorial has been built in the memory of Raghavdev, the younger son of Maharana Lakha and younger brother of Chundaji.

Rampol Darwaza is located near here. As you entered the fort through this door, similarly you can go down to the fort.

How to reach Chittorgarh?


Chittorgarh Fort is situated on a big hill near Chittorgarh city. Chittorgarh city is a district headquarters whose pin code is 312001. Chittorgarh city is well connected by bus and train to major cities like Udaipur, Jaipur, Ajmer etc.

The nearest airport from Chittorgarh is Maharana Pratap Airport, which is located at Dabok, 20 km before Udaipur on the National Highway from Chittorgarh to Udaipur.

How to go from Udaipur to Chittorgarh?


Udaipur and Chittorgarh are well connected with each other by both road and train. The distance from Udaipur to Chittorgarh is approximately 110 kms.

To reach Chittor from Udaipur by bus, one can go via National Highway via Debari, Dabok, Menar, Mangalwad, Bhadsoda, Rithola. To reach Chittor from Udaipur by train, one can go via Mavli, Kapasan.

How to to reach Chittorgarh from Jaipur?


Jaipur and Chittorgarh are well connected by both road and train. The distance from Jaipur to Chittorgarh is approximately 350 kms.

To reach Chittor from Jaipur by bus, one can go via National Highway via Kishangarh, Nasirabad, Bijaynagar, Mandal, Bhilwara.

One can go via Ajmer, Bijainagar, Bhilwara to reach Chittor from Jaipur by train.

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Ramesh Sharma {M Pharm, MSc (Computer Science), PGDCA, MA (History), CHMS}

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