Bundi was the capital of a major princely state during the succession of Rajputs. The area around this place was previously occupied by the Meena and Bhil tribes. And this is the reason that the region was named after a popular Meena man named Meena. Initially, it was known as "drizzle-ka-nal" for narrow meanings between rugged hills. Large in size and beautiful in size, surrounded by huge Aravali ranges. And Brahmin blue houses lined with jheelos, hills, markets and atempleat every turn. Bundi"s territory is dominated by several kilos and among them, the grandest is the Taragarh Fort, witness to the grand heritage of Rajgarh.
While noticing the cityscapes from the fort, one notices miles of misty purple hills, and its showdown in the Jait-SeaLake. The 4 km long lake, Jai Sagar Lake, is named after Sukh Mahal, which is situated on its banks. Courtsey Bundi tours gather a good crowd. They celebrate thefestivalwith great sincerity and pomp, especially the Kajali Teej and Gangaur Festival.
Major tourist attractions include Bundi Palace, Jait Sagar Lake, Sukh Mahal, Ranji Ki Barori, Phool Sagar, Taragarh Fort, Ishwari Niwas, Ramgarh Visakhapathar Sanctuary, Naval Sagar, Sukh Mahal, Chaurasi Khamban Chhatri and many more. Due to the number of temples, it is also known as "Kashi Kashi". Kali Teej is the most important festival which is a two-day festival celebrated in the month of Bhadra (August-September).
Things to do in Bundi
Naval Sagar Lake
Jait Sagar Lake
Why Go To Bundi
Best time to visit Bundi
The best time to visit is in the months between October and March.
Tourist Sightseeing in Bundi
Jat Sagar Lake
Ramgarh Visakhapatnam Sanctuary
Chassi Khambhan umbrella
The fort of Taragarh was one of the best and stunning forts in Rajasthan and was built in 1345. But as you enter the magnificent fortress, you can see it as building a great architecture in the typical Rajput style that has stone carvings on walls and beautiful roofs and pavilions.