Rajasthan is the most popular state in India and Bundi is a small village in the state of Rajasthan and popular for its beautiful palaces, forts, temples, cenotaphs, Lake Etc. Read here about the Top Tourist Attractions to Visit in Bundi.
1. Fort of Taragarh
The Taragarh Fort overlooks Bundi village Hill winding its peaks. With several towers, abandoned buildings and tanks on stairs, it houses incalculable bat colonies. The fort is virtually abandoned and exploring it involves walking along paths full of vegetation and monkeys. There are beautiful buildings and a worthwhile morning walks worth, especially to have a beautiful view over Garh’s palace and over the city.
2. Streets of Bundi Blue Town
The village of Bundi is beautiful and enthralling. Very colorful, especially in strong blue tones, it contrasts with the colorful saris of women, usually in red, pink and orange. It is worth walking through the narrower alleys of the village, talking to the local people, giving smiles and encouraging local commerce. You will find pits on stairs, magnificent havelis and very interesting shops. Discover the colorful streets, filled with murals with motifs from Rajasthan.
3. Nawal Sagar Lake
Situated in the center of Bundi town, the Nawal Sagar Lake is a dominant element of the landscape whenever you are in Bundi fort or palace. The lake is the place of local people’s choice to enjoy and relax at the end of the day, or watch the sunset. Do like the locals when you visit Bundi.
4. Rani Ki Baori
Bundi is called the city of tanks stepped. Since it has more than 50 copies. Probably none of them have the grandeur and magnificence of the Gujarat tanks, but they are very common throughout the village and the population does not even realize they are there. Most tanks are close, as rainwater is increasingly scarce and piped water is now beginning to reach the population. In the city of Bundi, these tanks are called baoris, a local term that designates the place where communities have access to water.
5. Bundi Bazaar
Bundi’s bazaar is magnificent. It is full of craftsmen who make bracelets from Rajasthan, saris and even clothes. There are jewelers, barbers and lots of crafts. Bundi’s bazaar is the ideal place to buy a turban and learn how to do it.
With the fall of the sun, the bazaar is filled with vendors of fresh produce, which accumulate in the part outside the walls. Near the Rani Ki Baori where women sell fruits, vegetables, earthenware pots for water transport, etc. For men, it is incumbent to sell the already prepared foods, juices, and snacks.
6. Jait Sagar Lake and Sukh Niwas Mahal Palace
When visiting Bundi, grab a rickshaw and head to Jait Sagar Lake. A few kilometers from the center of Bundi is Jait Sagar Lake – the most famous lake in the village. The lake is a great destination for the local people to wander around at the end of the day and at the end of the week. The banks of the lake are covered with water lilies, which display pink lotus flowers at the right time. On the shores of the lake is the summer palace of the Maharajas, the Sukh Niwas Mahal, an 18th-century palace.
7. Shikar Burj
The Shikar Burj are the royal tombs of the Maharajas of Bundi. They are royal cenofálios, also in the margin of the lake Jait Sagar, but a little more ahead of the Sukh Niwas Mahal. A little further on are several Hindu temples. If you have a temple, explore them. It’s part of the roadmap to visit Bundi!
8. Cenotaphs of the 84 pillars
Near the station are the Cenotaphs of the 81 pillars. It was constructed by the Maharaja of Bundi in 1683. There is a large Shivling in the Cenotaphs covered by decorated roof top.
These are the topmost places to visit in Bundi during Rajasthan Trip. Not to miss any of these attractions and create a beautiful memories.