About Bundi

Bundi was the capital of a noteworthy regal state during the prime of the Rajputs. History has it that the area around Bundi was before involved by the Mina and Bhil clans. What's more, that is the motivation behind why the region was named after a prevalent Mina Man called Bunda Meena. At first, Bundi was known as "Bunda-Ka-Nal," nal importance tight section between the tough slopes. In 1264, Prince Jait Singh caught Kota and made it a piece of Bundi. In 1342, the locale was taken over by Jaita Meena, and built up a regal state, Bundi and rename the encompassed region, Hadoti. From late sixteenth century onwards, individuals of Bundi began demonstrating their dependability towards Mughal, however it kept up its status until joined into the territory of Rajasthan after 1947.


Bundi Palace : This majestic fort is the landmark of Ranthambore National Park.     >> read more

Ishwari Niwas : This superb and immense manor was worked during the rule of Maharao Raja Ishwari Singh.     >> read more

Taragarh Fort: Taragarh Fort is gigantic architecture nestled in Bundi district.     >> read more


In Summer : April to June 35 °C - 44 °C

In Monsoon : July to September 24 °C - 32°C

In Winters : October to March 05 °C - 30 °C


By Air : For worldwide flights, Jaipur International Airport in Jaipur (210 km from Bundi) and Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi (467 km from Bundi) are the nearest air terminals. To go inside India, Kota Airport in Kota (40 km from Bundi) is the best choice.

By Road : Thruways and byways prompting Bundi are smooth and wide. From all the neighboring urban areas like Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Kota and Agra, one can without much of a stretch get transports and private cabs to reach Bundi.

By Rail : Bundi has its very own railroad station - Bundi Railway Station, which is all around associated with every other city of Rajasthan, Banaras, Agra and New Delhi. It is under Kota railroad division of West Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways. Vacationers can consider Kota Railway Station as a choice; transports and taxicabs are effectively accessible from here to reach Bundi.

Best Season: July - September
Tourist Attractions Bundi Palace ,Ishwari Niwas etc.