The infinite beauty of Bundi amidst Aravalli hills make it a must visit
destination of Rajasthan. It is a very old Indian city of Hathon district known
for its historic architecture and traditional culture of Rajasthan which
reflects on the social fabric and lifestyle of Bundi. The Bundi festival is a
famous festival which is organized at the start of winter in October -
November to encourage the local art, craft, for dance and creativity which
are presented in this festival. On this occasion, the small town Bundi is
decorated as a new bride. Forts, steep wells, palaces, lakes and reservoirs
make this city an unmatched attraction among tourists.
Impressive large structure of Taragarh fort, especially the hillside area of
the fort. This is the only fort which is built on the lake side area.
Fascinating structure of the multi-story steep well (Rani ki Bauli) and its
magical stairs appear as an illusion, and the sculptures of rock stones are
Pictures and views of lakes surrounded by hills, migrant birds amuse the visitors. Bundi has a prominent wildlife sanctuary where leopards, chinkaras, sloth bears, Indian wolves, hyenas, and foxes are nestled.
Garh palace of Bundi is the largest place of the Rajputana regime. Chitrashala of Bundi is a hub of miniature paintings that display the rasleela and rasmala of Shree Krishna.
Epitome of architecture is 84-pillared chhatri. The artistic design and finishes can’t be counted all at once. Dhabri kund is popular for old geometric constructions which recalls our ancient scholarly art.
The stunning structure of fort, lake, museum, chhatri, temples, traditional art and Rajasthani food make the visiting sight of Bundi a fairytale destination.
Scenic sights of Bundi: Bundi Palace Sadar Bazaar Lake Jait Sagar Nawal Sagar Lake Dhabhai Kund Shikar Bhuj