Bundi Travel Guide

Bundi is a princely town for a princely stay located in the Hadoti region of the royal state of Rajasthan. This place is surrounded by the Aravalli ranges hills on three sides. In ancient times, the area of Bundi was inhabited by numerous local tribes. Bundi is of great historical significance as it has been a witness of several battles as well as legendary tales of valor. Bundi is also known as the Blue City of Eastern Rajasthan. Tourists will also get a chance to see all the stunning forts and magnificent constructions of this beautiful city.

Bundi was formerly known as “Bunda-Ka-Nal” and its meaning is “Narrow Ways”. It is believed that Bundi's name derives from a former Meena tribe man called Bunda Meena. But later, Bundi was commanded by Rao Deva Hada who took over this region from Jaita Meena in 1342. Then, Bundi was established and was renamed the surrounding area of Bundi called Hadoti – the land of great Hada Rajputs.

Bundi Travel Guide gives the information about the most popular attractions of Bundi like majestic forts, magnificent palaces, and Baoli (step walls or water wells), temples, and Chhatris with carved pillars, etc. Besides, the lush lands of Bundi are host to a huge variety of flora and fauna. Also, this place is blessed with a plethora of nature along with a pristine pattern of lakes and rivers and also some enchanting waterfalls. In addition to it, the picturesque sceneries of this area have inspired a lot of artists and writers.

The history of battles and wars and the arid nature of Bundi have had a huge influence on the cuisine of Rajasthan. Due to the scarcity of water in this state, the cuisines have incorporated the use of milk in its dishes so that the Rajasthani cuisines are not only popular locally but in all other parts of the world. The food is served traditionally in a Thali that is a large platter like a plate with several dishes at once. Here, the dessert is served before or during the meal instead of after your meal. The most popular cuisine of this place is Gatte ki Sabzi, Dal Baati Churma, Kesariya Murg, and Laal Maas. 

Bundi is widely renowned for warm hospitality. Tourists come here to take a glimpse of the whole land which is filled with pleasing wonders. Bundi Travel Guide will take the tourists back to the golden days of Rajasthan.

Sightseeing and Things To Do in Bundi

Best Time to Visit Bundi

Visiting this enchanting place known for its pictorial locations and scenic beauty, Bundi is apt to explore during the winter season. The months from October to March is considered the Best Time to Visit Bundi. The rainfall of this place is comparatively higher than in other regions of Rajasthan.

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How To Reach Bundi

The magical ambiance of this lovely region of Bundi fills the heart of every individual with joy. This small town is well-connected with the rest of India via roadways and makes the journey to be a great experience. Regular bus services are being operated both by government and private owners that run to and from the city of Bundi. But there is no direct rail and flight connectivity. The closest airport to Bundi is Jaipur International Airport which connects Bundi to all the major destinations of the country. On the other hand, the nearest railway station is Kota.

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