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Bundi- Kota Homestay Rajasthan
Bundi and Kota make up the “Hadauti” region of Eastern Rajasthan. Both the places are very good architecturally and the Forts are particularly of interest as also the school of painting which has some remarkable paintings. There are lot of cave painting as well as beautiful Temples which makes this region historically ancient and therefore important.
 
   
 
Home Stay at Bundi-Kota
Yours hosts here will be Kanwar Hitendra Singhji and Kanwarani Geeta Singh, the charming couple from the erstwhile feudal estate of Banera near Bhilwara. They are a perfect couple and the food you will have with the region and will have the pleasure of showing you around.

The Fort of Kota was built in the thirteenth century and has some wonderful elaborately painted chambers and a museum. There are also inlay works and miniatures of Kota school. The other places of interest are Jagmandir, Brij Vilas Palace, and a lot of lakes as Kota stands on the river Chambal and is an industrial city.

The fort of Bundi is a fairy tale like painted monument with intricate colors and hunting figures. There are a lot of baoris or step-wells. There are also carved Royal cenotaphs of interests.
 
     
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