The Archaeological Tour
Along the itinerary through selected Art we will take you to the most impressive and impregnable forts of Bundi, rock painting sites, waterfalls and neverthless unforgetable coins and stone tools of ancient civilisation. You might choose to learn how this connects with the history of India. You can't miss the panoramic view of Bundi and surrounding hills is magnificent.
It is an oasis in the desert state, a serene civilization far from the madding crowd & a well known tourist's destination.The monuments and their architecture reflect the splendor of the local Rajput chiefs. The walls of the palaces at Bundi are decorated with life-size frescoes depicting the glory of its rulers.The Taragarh fort, built in 1354, with its imposing structure of stone, is situated on a steep hill and has massive battlements and ramparts.Bundi palace, which is situated on a hill, adjacent to the Taragarh fort, is known for its traditional murals.We will take you to what Bundi is famous for. It has a number of impressive baolis or step wells. Raniji-ki-Baoli, (Queen's step well) is an important place to visit. It is a 46-m-deep step well, built in 1699 by Queen Nathavatji, and is known for its carvings. The Nagar Sagar Kund, a pair of identical, step wells is near Raniji-ki-Baoli, in the center of the town.
Trip to Bundi will remain incomplete, if you do not become familiar with its Rock painting sites and Waterfalls. Bundi contributes largely to the history of India. From Coins belonging to 15,000years ago to pre-historic Ostrich egg-shells have been discovered in Bundi. Your trip will become interesting while becoming familiar with this unexplorable city.