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Bundi City Guide

Idyllically set in the foothills of the majestic Aravalli mountain ranges, Bundi is an underrated tourist destination in Rajasthan. This magnificent town was once ruled by the Hada Chauhans and narrates a glorious story of its past as you walk through its winding lanes. Dotted with a number of temples, ornate forts, stunning palaces, iconic havelis and awe-inspiring hillside lake, this town truly reflects its historic charm in its every nook and corner. One of the most significant pieces of architectural greatness of this place is the step wells, locally referred to as 'baoris'. While planning a Rajasthan trip, do consider a tour to Bundi- the land where your stay will surely be a treasurable abode. Read on to know more about this picturesque town near Kota.

Tourist Attractions
Bundi Palace

Embellished with beautiful paintings, majestic interiors, intricate murals and royal realm, this palace truly replicates the bygone Rajputana era.

Sukh Mahal

Built during the reign of Umaid Singh, this palace is one of the most spectacular of its kinds in the region. It is known for providing breathtaking views of the Lake Jait Sagar and surrounded greenery.

Taragarh Fort

Exquisitely located on a hill top in Bundi, Taragarh fort truly symbolizes its name of being one of the star forts in the region. It is best known for providing fascinating panoramic view of the Bundi city.

Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri or 84 Pillared Cenotaph

A two storied architectural structure (cenotaph) resting on 84 pillars built by Rao Anirudh Singh in honour of Deva, King's nurse. Each pillar of this monument features carvings depicting animals.

Rani ji ki Baori

One of the finest examples of craftsmanship of the bygone era, Rani ji Ki Baori features a huge step well located outside the Bundi city walls. The baori is decorated with exquisite carvings and painting depicting Lord Vishnu's Dashavatar.

Chhatra Mahal

Featuring the finest miniature murals with colorful paintings representing scenes from Ragamala and Raslila, Chhatra Mahal is one of the most visited places of Bundi. The bold use of Red, gold and blue colours with beautiful glass and ivory work truly makes it a worth visiting place.

Best Time to Visit

Bundi enjoys desert type weather all around the year. However, the mid season i.e. from 'October to March' is the best time to explore this city.

How to Reach

Bundi offers an excellent connectivity to other cities of India via Rail, Road and Airways.

By Air: Sanganer Airport (at Jaipur) is the nearest airport to Bundi. Several flights operates from here connecting it to other cities of India and abroad.
By Rail: Kota Junction is the closest rail head to Bundi. It is very well placed on Delhi-Mumbai route and connects various cities of the country of India.
By Road: Bundi is situated on the NH12 connecting Jaipur and Kota. One can easily travel to Bundi by taking private taxis, cars or buses / road transport buses.

Shopping in Bundi

Shopping in Bundi is truly a delightful experience! Here, you can get a variety of exquisite items to choose from including stone statues, wooden toys, lacquer bangles, Bundi mural miniatures, Kota-Bundi Miniatures and Kota Sarees. Besides, you can also buy delicious Bundi laddoos which are believed to have originated from here. Sadar Bazaar, Ragesthan, and Chaumaukh Bazaar are popular shopping markets of Bundi.


Jait Sagar Lake, Rameshwaram, Keshoraipatan, Indergarh, Ramgarh Sanctuary and Talwas are some of the popular excursion places around Bundi.