Bundi, located in the Hadoti region of Rajasthan's westernmost state, is also known as 'Choti Kashi,' which translates to 'Little Varanasi,' due to its numerous sanctuaries. Bundi is known for its magnificent defences, royal mansions, and baoris (stepwells). The city has more than 50 step wells, the most well-known of which is Raniji Ki Baori. Bundi has a semi-arid climate and is located at a height of 268 metres.
Bundi is well-known for its antiquities, particularly its fort, which retains the splendid history of its former Rajput monarchs. Tourists often come to witness the sunsets at the fort. Bundi Palace, located on a hill next to Taragarh Fort, is famous for its traditional paintings.
Hathi Pol (Elephant Gate): The Impressive Entry to Garh Palace Hathi Pol is made up of two elephants, which will make you feel welcome.
Hall of Public Audience (Diwan-I-Aam) Complete with a white marble coronation Throne, The Unique Frescoes and Row of columns created the most incredible ambience.
Chattar-Mahal, built in the 16th century by Rao Chattar Sal The Chattar-Mahal is characterised by terraces supporting pavillions adorned with recurrent elephant motifs, ornamental drooping roofs, and kiosks. Also called the Palace of Painting.
Phool Mahal: This palace houses an exclusive collection of paintings created by Italian prisoners.
Badal Mahal: The Palace The crowning glory is Badal Mahal, a colourful room filled with intricate murals.
Chitrashala: Displaying Bundi Miniatures Executed by the Court Artists of Rao Raja Ummed Singh Chitrashala is covered with lively battle Scenes, charming pastoral scenes, a princess in Fancy Dress, a romantic landscape of Lord Krishna, hunting scenes, and a royal procession.
Taragarh Fort: The fort of Bundi is named Taragarh Fort because it resembles a star when seen from the sky. Located above Bundi Palace on the Top of the hill, which provides the best view of the city,
Chogan Gate was built by Rao Raja Chattar Sal in the 16th Century.
Nagar Sagar Kund: These are special stepwells that were built in the 18th Century. The original names of these kunds were Gangasagar and Yamuna Sagar.
Rani Ji ki Baori (Queen's Stepwell): This is the Most famous stepwell, called Rani Ji ki Baori. It was built by the Royal Queen at the end of the 16th century, is 46 metres deep, and includes 200 steps.
Dhabhai Kund was Built in the 16th century while Rao Raja Chattar Sal was ruling in Bundi state. This is the largest kund of its kind, with fantastic carving on the steps.
Bundi Palace is one of India's biggest palaces and a one-of-a-kind destination where dreams are built. The primary attraction is the Garh Palace Bundi.
Bundi is one of those places that makes you want to visit again. It's not plastered all over Instagram or the Internet, and it's a touch rough around the edges, but it's got soul and will give you a terrific, real travel experience.
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