Bundi - Kota - Chittorgarh


It is popularly believed that Nobel laureate Rudyard Kipling penned part of his famous novel ‘Kim’ in Bundi. In fact, so impressed was he by the place, that this is what he wrote about the Bundi palace: ‘Jaipur Palace may be called the Versailles of India ... Jodhpur’s House of strife, gray towers on red rock, is the work of giants, but the Palace of Bundi, even in broad daylight, is such a palace as men build for themselves in uneasy dreams – the work of goblins rather than of men.

Bundi is a magnificent town located around 36 kilometres from Kota. Bundi was once ruled by the Hada Chauhans. Many historians claim that it was once the capital of the great Hadoti Kingdom, which was renowned for its art and sculpture. However, in 1624, Kota separated and became an independent state and this marked the beginning of the downfall of Bundi. Whether that may be, Bundi still retains its charismatic medieval grandeur. And just like Jodhpur and Rajput, the architecture of Bundi also possesses a noticeable bluish hue, designed to keep houses cool during hot summer, in the intricately carved brackets and pillars.


Built by local Maurya rulers in 7th century A.D, the Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest forts in India. The Chittorgarh Fort is spread majestically over a hill of 590 feet in height and is spread across 692 acres of land is a fine example of the popular Rajput architecture. The imposing structure of the fort has many gateways built by the later rulers of the Maurya clan. Chittorgarh Fort was previously the capital of Mewar and is now situated in the city of Chittorgarh. Owing to its magnificent edifice, the Chittorgarh Fort was declared a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in the year 2013.


Kota is a city on the Chambal River in Rajasthan, northern India. Inside the Kota Garh, or City Palace, the Maharao Madho Singh Museum exhibits miniature paintings and antique weapons. South, along the river, tranquil Chambal Garden has a pond with crocodiles. Northeast, 18th-century Jagmandir Palace sits in the middle of Kishore Sagar Lake. Seven Wonders Park includes mini replicas of the Eiffel Tower and Taj Mahal.

Tour Schedule:

  • DAY 1

Board Express from Mumbai Central Terminus in the evening.

  • DAY 2

Board express from Kota in the evening.

Tour Cost: ₹ 11500/- (Ex. Kota)

  • Cost Includes:
  • 2-night twin sharing stay, Breakfast & dinner, travel by private bus/car, first aid kit, guide charges and entry charges

  • Cost Excludes:
  • Lunch, dinner on 24th, Meals in the train, Camera charges, Train Travel to & from Kota & any other expenses which are not mentioned in package fee.

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