It is also becoming an industrial hub of India. Like other cities in Rajasthan, it has many forts and forts. The city"s notable attractions include Garh Palace, Brij Raj Bhawan Palace, Umed Bhawan Palace and Jagmandir Palace Azamgarh Sahib Gurudwara, GodavariDhamTemple, Gardia Mahadev Temple, Mathuradesh Temple, Chambal Uheed and intake Wonders Park. The weather here remains warm and dry most of the time. The best time to visit this place is in the months from October to March.
It is also famous for sarees known as Kota Doria (Doria means yarn). Known for its kilos and mahlo, situated on the banks of the Chambal River. The city Fort Palace is the largest in Kota"s most popular attraction and complex Rajasthan. It is known for its Dussehra celebrations the main attraction of the Mela is the burning of the Putlo of Ravan, Kumbhakaran and Meghnath. The Gangarar festival is also celebrated with great fanfare. A statue of Lord Gauri is extracted in a magnificent procession that includes a nun, a drummer, an elephant, a camel and a horse.
It also includes the Juvenile Sea Lake located along the vast Sea Lake. Visit the City Palace, which is visiting the unusual Rao Madhopsingh Museum, passing through a gateway decorated with elephants. Where you will find the remains of a royal existence, in which silver furniture will see Rajput weapons and much more. Kota Barrage A dam built on the ChambalRiveris an important coast, the river has provided much needed water to irrigate its fertile land.
You can visit a crafted paradise in chambal gardens here. The garden in Amar Niwas against the river"s periphery surrounds a well-built pond, inhabited by crocodiles, a city surrounded by mokandara hills on the Malava Plateau, a good destination for tourism in Kota. It is home to the famous Kota Stone. And the best woven best quota sarees.
Why Go To Kota
Surrounded by forts, palaces, hills, | for sarees
Best time to visit Kota
The best time to visit this place is in the months from October to March|