Bundi, a captivating small town about 36 km off Kota, is one of those few places in Rajasthan who has successfully retained the magical atmosphere of the past. Possessing a noticeable bluish hue, Bundi is extremely famous for its lakes, hills, bazaars, and a temple at every turn.
Here are the few top travel destinations that must never be missed when you’re here:
- Also known as Garh Palace, the incredible Bundi Palace is described by Rudyard Kipling as “the work of goblins rather than of men”.
- This palace was constructed during the reign of Rao Raja Ratan Singh and was occupied by the royals until 1948.
- Often called as the ‘Star Fort’, Taragarh Fort is one of the most impressive structures in Bundi.
- Taragarh Fort has three gateways, Lakshmi Pol, Phuta Darwaza and Gagudi ki Phatak.
- Offering a panoramic and breathtaking view of the entire city of Bundi, Taragarh Fort is a must-visit destination for photography lovers.
3.Chaurasi Khambon Ki Chattri
- The history and architecture lovers will have their best time in Chaurasi Khambo Ki Chattri.
- An 84-Pillared Cenotaph or Chaurasi Khambon ki Chattri is also known as Music Maharani’s Chattri.
- constructed in the year 1683 by the Maharaja of Bundi, Rao Raja Anirudh, this monument is built in the memory of his nurse, Deva, who cared and loved for the prince.
4. Nawal Sagar Lake
- Located in the heart of the town, Nawal Sagar Lake is one of the most important travel destinations in Bundi.
- The lake is surrounded by different Boaris on all sides and has a temple right at its centre. Dedicated to Lord Varuna, this temple has immense religious significance.
- Once you’re here, witness the unmatched view of the reflection of the entire city in the lake water.
- Moti Mahal is one of the most beautiful attractions of the town.
- When you’re here, you’ll get to enjoy the panoramic view of the arid Aravali hills in the backdrop along with the view of the ancient Naval Sagar Lake.
- The interior of the mahal beautifully put to display the grandeur of Rajasthani culture.
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