Vijay stambha (Tower of Victory) is located in the State of rajasthan (India) which is heritage place and one of the finest architecture.
Vijay stambha Constructed by : Mewar king Rana Kumbha
Built Year : between 1442 AD and 1449 AD to commemorate his victory over the combined armies of Malwa and Gujarat led by Mahmud Khilji .
Dedicated to : Vishnu
Construction : 37.19 m high 9 storied tower(157 Narrow steps
Material : It is built partly of red sand stone and partly of white marble and is enriched by numerous images of Hindu gods and goddesses with inscriptions at bottom of each. It is believed that the tower took 10 years to be completed.
The interior : staircase winds alternately through the central chamber and surrounding gallery.
Arts : Each of the nine stories of Vijay Stambha is distinctly marked with openings and balconies at every facade of each story. The interior staircase winds round alternately through the central chamber and neighboring gallery. The inscribed slabs in the uppermost story contain the lineage of the rulers of Chittor from Hamir to Rana Kumbha.
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