Beautifully set in the foothills of the majestic Aravalli mountain ranges, Bundi is an underrated tourist destination present in Rajasthan. This town was once ruled by the 'Hada Chauhans' and thus, narrates a glorious story of its past as you walk through its winding lanes. The city has a large number of temples, stunning palaces, iconic havelis, ornate forts and remarkable hillside lake. This town simply reflects its significant charm in its every nook and corner. One of the most important pieces of architectural greatness of this place is the step wells, locally referred to as 'baoris', due to which, Bundi is often called as the 'City of Stepwells'. If you want to visit this city, then explore the Bundi holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in and get the best offer for Bundi tour.
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Decorated with beautiful paintings, regal interiors, intricate murals and royal sphere, this palace absolutely represents the bygone Rajputana era. You must mark it on your Bundi travel itinerary.
Constructed during the reign of Umaid Singh, this palace is amongst the most spectacular palace of its types in the whole region. Sukh Mahal is best known for offering magnificent views of the Lake Jait Sagar and encircled with greenery.
Beautifully located on a hill top in Bundi, Taragarh fort symbolizes its name of being one of the top star forts in the region. The fort is renowned for offering fascinating panoramic views of the Bundi city.
Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri or 84 Pillared Cenotaph:
A two storied magnificent cenotaph, resting on 84 pillars built by Rao Anirudh Singh in honour of Deva, King's nurse. Each of the pillar of this monument features carvings depicting animals.
Rani ji ki Baori:
One of the finest examples of craftsmanship of the bygone era, this marvelous structure features a huge step well, located outside the Bundi city walls. The baori is decorated with delicate carvings and painting depicting Lord Vishnu's Dashavatar.