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Bundi is a princely state that is located at the northwest of India lying in the district of Bundi, which is also known as the Queen of Hadoti in the royal state of Rajasthan. There are a lot of local tribes who are settled in this place which was governed by Rao Deva Hada and it is called Hadoti for being the land of the great Hada Rajputs.

Highlights of Bundi

Location of Bundi: 36-km from Kota, Rajasthan
Best Time to Visit Bundi: August-February
Tourist Attractions in Bundi: Forts, Palaces, Havelis & Temples
Recommended Duration: 1 Days
Major Festival: Kajli Teej
Website: Bundi Tourism

Visit Bundi

This place is greatly famous for the palaces, forts, baolis, temples, chhatris and so on. Formerly known as Bunda Ka Nal, it means narrow ways which have been a witness to a large number of battles and tales of valor with a beautiful pattern of nature, rivers, lakes and also enchanting waterfalls. The best time to visit Bundi is during the months of winter from October to March and in general, the climate here is extreme as it is too hot during summers and too chilly during winters. 

Places to visit in Bundi

Taragarh Fort is one of the most significant places to visit by tourists in Bundi, that has been built during the 16th century. It is popular for the art and architecture that is based on the Bundi style of mural painting.

Moti Mahal is another tourist attraction in Bundi that lies 250 km away from the capital city of Rajasthan that is Jaipur. The town is famous for its beautiful lakes, palaces, forts, reservoirs and so on.

Badal Mahal in Bundi is located amidst the precincts of the Taragarh fort and the carvings and architecture depict the Chinese culture which is exquisite.

The Garh Palace is located 2 km away from the city center that has a number of palaces where various rulers have had their dynasty. There are a lot of tales that have been attached to this place since its inception.

The Sukh Mahal is located along the lake Jait Sagar which was built during the reign of Umed Singh. It is believed that there is an underground tunnel that connects the old palace and Sukh mahal.

If you are a historical person, then the Chaurasi Khambon ki Chattri is an awesome place that will be delightful for you. This was built in the year 1683 that is supported by 84 pillars.

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