History Of Bundi

Bundi Raniji Ki Baori

Bundi is a town with a small-town character despite its 100.000 inhabitants. The town is surrounded by hills and inside the town-wall there are very few cars which makes the place more relaxed. Of cause you'll find cycles, auto-rickshaws, motorcycles and cows, it's India! People are very nice and friendly and when you hear "Hello" it usually means just hello, not that everybody is trying to sell something like in many other places.

Maharaj Bahadur Museum Bundi

Bundi is a town best explored by foot, but if you get tired you'll find lots of auto rickshaws. You'll find the bus station a little outside the walls, there are banks, ATM's, internet cafe's, a hospital, museum and a market as well.

Bundi Fort

Bundi Fort
Bundi is famous for the many step wells, some of them in very good condition and the Palace and the Fort are well worth a visit The view from the Fort over town is fantastic!

Sar Bagh Bundi

Sar Bagh Bundi
The surroundings are very beautiful with small lakes and mountains. A few km outside Bundi you'll find Sar Bagh with its 60 Cenotaphs. A little further on you have Thikarda where the make the famous pots for water storing. You can go another way back round the mountain or go to Rameshwar with a temple and waterfall. About 30 km on the road to Chittogarh you have another waterfall with more water during the winter, on the way to Bhimlat you'll pass through some small villages.

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