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Average Climate:
Summer: 30° C – 43° C
Winter: 08° C – 27° C
Best time to visit:
October to March

About Bundi

The state of Bundi was founded in 1341 by Rao Deva of the 'fire-born' Hada Chauhan Rajput clan. It is of particular architectural note for its ornate forts, palaces, and stepwell reservoirs known as baoris. First destination is Hadoti set in a narrow inclining gorge. The palaces and forts have a fairy tale quality about them. Bundi is classic example of a fortress town bounded on all sides by hills. A substantial wall with four gateways encircles the city. Bundi is often described as the undiscovered jewel of Rajasthan. Surrounded on three sides by the rugged thickly forested Aravalli Hills, this walled town has retained much of its historic character. In ancient times, the area around Bundi was apparently inhabited by various local tribes. Bundi and the eponymous princely state are said to derive their names from a former Meena tribe man called Bunda Meena. Rajput architecture shines in the intricately carved brackets and pillars. Isolated and independent, this picturesque location has much to offer. It is famous for its intricate paintings and murals. 

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Taragarh Forts

s Taragarh Fort or 'Star Fort' is the most impressive structures of city of Bundi. It is a rather ramshackle fort with its overgrown vegetation. It was constructed in AD 1354 upon a steep hillside. The Taragarh Fort crowns the crest of a steep hill overlooking the town. The palace is entered through the imposing Hathia Pol ("Elephant Gateway"), flanked by two towers and topped by a pair of huge painted elephants. The most spectacular parts of the palace are the Chattar Mahal (built in 1660), and the Chitrashala, an arcaded gallery (built between 1748 and 1770) overlooking a hanging garden. This fort bestows a choice of serene stroll round its property. The quick eye-catchers comprise the Bhim Burj, a huge fortification with a field gun rested on it and a huge reservoir that is engraved out of a single piece of rock. 

Garh Palaces

Nawal Sagar Lakes



Hotel Bundi Haveli


A heritage property in the heart of the old city is in the backdrop of the Garh Palace and the Taragarh Fort in Balchand Parra, near Naval Sagar Lake. It is in the heart of the town, with great views of the palace and fort. The hotel is recently restored and this elegant new boutique hotel offers 12 rooms. Rooms feature window s...

Hadoti Palace


Comfortably nestled in the heart of the sleepy township, the hotel offers a splendid view of Taragarh fort and is extremely near to most tourist destinations. The hotel is eco friendly with Solar water heating, water harvesting, CFL lighting, energy saving key tags etc. With its colonial architecture, the hotel blends in beautif...

Dev Niwas


The hotel is located in the middle of Sadar Bazaar opposite the Purani Kotwali. This Haveli was made in 1684 AD by DEVA DHABAI and is known as Maaji Sahib Ki Haveli. This mahal like structure is meant for delivering utmost comfort and legacy. Overlooking the mountainous ranges, this stay idea is ideal for a memorable stay in Bun...