Chittorgarh: The Braveheart of Rajputana

Paper Type: 130 gsm Art paper (matt) | Size: 216 mm x 178 mm
All colour; 75 photographs; 236 pages; Flexiback
ISBN-10: 9381523029 | ISBN-13: 978-93-81523-02-5

 795 |  25 |  16.99

A book that captures the essence of this magnificent fort and acknowledges the deeds of courage and valour of its inhabitants. The subject overwhelms with its sheer incomparability as it gives a glimpse into the chequered history of Chittorgarh.

Dharmendar Kanwar
Dharmendar Kanwar

Dharmendar Kanwar studied at the Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls Public School and went to university in Jaipur. She started her writing career immediately after finishing school and did campus writing for several youth magazines. Over the last twenty-five odd years, other than publishing several books as a successful author, she has done scripts for television documentaries, been involved in heritage conservation and contributed stories and photographs to almost all the major magazines and newspapers in the country. In the late 80s, she took to travel writing and was Resident Editor of Rajasthan Atithi, a Rajasthan Tourism publication, for a year. She was awarded the Best Travel Writer (English) for 1993- 94 by the Government of Rajasthan. Dharmendar Kanwar has eighteen books to her credit. She was closely associated with the late Rajmata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur and is the Managing Trustee of her charitable Trust. 

Abhijit Singh Jhala
Abhijit Singh Jhala

Abhijit Singh Jhala has been photographing since his school days and his work has been published in a number of books and magazines over the years. His photographs have been published in Jantar Mantar, Jaipur 10 Easy Walks, Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, and Temples of Jaipur. Chittorgarh was a special project for him as it is linked to his ancestors.