A LOST HERITAGE.- Bundi, Rajasthan

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This article is about the beautiful fort of Bundi, Rajasthan the town is situated 35 km from Kota and 210 km from Jaipur. It is of particular architectural note for its ornate forts, palaces, and step well reservoirs known as baoris. But compared to the other tourists' attractions in Rajasthan this one stands out the least, probably not many people cover Bundi while travelling through Rajasthan. Now, why is that? The management. This site is still running in the hands of private personnel, who are related to the last ruling family. The fort is not that well maintained and therefore does not receive the kind of attention it deserves. While it might be unpopular but its vivid architecture, beautiful location and an unusual history deserve an undivided attention. Here I am putting a few pictures from my visit to this wonderful place.

ENTRANCE TO THE FORT

Photo of Bundi, Rajasthan, India by Soniya Kanchan

THE RANI MAHAL

Photo of A LOST HERITAGE.- Bundi, Rajasthan by Soniya Kanchan

VIEW FROM THE FORT

Photo of A LOST HERITAGE.- Bundi, Rajasthan by Soniya Kanchan

The number of tunnels this place has still attracted many animals which are why it should be considered for restoration. And Rajasthan Government should take control and popularize this place for tourists attraction. For all the travelers out there this is a message that you might not get this place in the books but if you do get a chance visit please do appreciate this extrinsic work of art. Apart from the fort other places to visit are-

Sukh Mahal

Dabhai Kund

Jait Sagar Lake

Phool Sagar

Kshar Bagh

Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri, Bundi or Eighty-four pillared cenotaph

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