Bundi is a small city established by Jaita Meena in 1342, and situated 35 km from Kota and 210 km from Jaipur, surrounded on three sides by hills of the Aravalli Range.It is of particular architectural note for its ornate forts, palaces, and stepwell reservoirs known as baoris. It is the administrative headquarters of Bundi District. The town of Indragarh and nearby places are famous for the renowned temples of Bijasan Mata and Kamleshwar. The Indargarh step well is considered as one of the most attractive places in the Bundi district, especially during the rainy season.


The Taragarh Fort or ‘Star Fort’ is the most impressive of the city’s structures. It was constructed in AD 1354 upon the top of steep hillside overlooking the city. The largest of its battlements is the 16th century bastion known as the Bhim Burj, on which was once mounted a particularly large cannon called Garbh Gunjam, or ‘Thunder from the Womb’. The fort is a popular tourist viewpoint of the city below. The fort contains three tanks which never dry up. The technique with which they were built has been long since lost but the tanks survive as a testament to the advanced methods of construction and engineering in medieval India.

The Garh/Bundi Palace is the complex of numerous palaces which were built by rulers of different times. Most of the Palaces were built between the 17th and 18th centuries. After a long period of neglection, Garh palace again gaining Its recognition, Known for its artistic Rajput style architecture which can be easily seen in its Jharokhas and pillars. Among other palaces which are famous for their decoration like Chhatra Mahal, Phool Mahal and Badal Mahal, There is a somewhat separate Ummed Mahal, famously known as ‘Chitrashala‘. Chitrashala has fascinating pavilion And a gallery of miniature murals located on a raised platform above a garden platform.

Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri or “84-Pillared Cenotaph” was constructed in 1683 by the Maharaja of Bundi, Rao Raja Anirudh, as a memorial to his foster brother, Deva.It is also called”Music Maharani’s Chhatri. The structure has a large shivling covered by a decorated roof top that is supported by 84 pillers; tradition has it that one is unable to reach 84 correctly when counting them.

Raniji ki Baori, The largest of Bundi’s baoris or stepwells is the intricately carved Some 46 m deep, it was built in 1699 by Rani Nathavatji. The steps built into the sides of the water-well made water accessible even when at a very low level. The baori is one of the largest examples of its kind in Rajasthan.There are over 50 stepwells in Bundi, of which only a handful have been maintained. They used to be the only source of water for the town until a piped water system was introduced. After that, these stepwells were abandoned and the monuments fell into disrepair.

Nawal Sagar is a large square-shaped artificial lake in the centre of Bundi containing many small islets. A temple dedicated to Varuna, thevedic god of water, stands half-submerged in the middle of the lake. The lake feeds the numerous baoris in the old city by creating an artificial water table. twin step wells are identical step wells crafted in pristine masonry on either side of the main spine of Bundi town. Dabhai Kund also known as the jail kund, is the largest of the kunds in Bundi. Though slightly overgrown, it is well worth a visit for the spectacular carvings on the numerous steps leading down to the water level.

Sukh Mahal is a well constructed palace in Bundi is also recollected by the tourists as one of the most airy and beautiful palace in the whole of Rajasthan. This outstanding royal house is a fine example of the Rajput architecture, housing some of the superb Bundi wall paintings. Sukh Mahal Rajasthan is a magnificent summer Palace on the Sukh Sagar Lake amidst the verdant surroundings of beautiful garden. Rudyard Kipling once came and stayed in this beautiful airy palace

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