this little tank/lake is quite nice to stroll around early evening and to see Bundi from the other side.Very picturesque
This is a dirty lake but worth going across to the other side for the brilliant reflections in the water of the Palace and Fort which make for great photo opportunities. Do not miss these photo opps particularly around sunset time
Nothing interesting there, unless you fancy hald dried ponds (it's not a lake) with muddy water. The positive thing is that from the banks you can take some nice pictures of the Bundi palace by night.
This lake is in the middle of the old city and is the perfect foreground for a picture of the Palace. There is a half submerged shrine in the middle of the lake which is dedicated to Lord Varuna. A lot of trouble has been taken to make this area very tourist friendly and is the perfect place to sit... More
Had lunch in this beautifully located hotel, by the lake. Excellent food that the owner was more than happy to help us in choosing our orders!
In any other country, this little lake would be a charming place to stroll around, but this is 'Incredible India'. You have to climb through the gates and walk through a wasteland to get near. On the plus side It is peaceful as the motorbikes can't get in. With a little love and care, the 'tourist authority' if one exists,... More
OH MY GOD!! Don't waste time with this one... it was lovely in the 18th / 19th Century probably. Just a picture of the temple and the Summer room in the middle without the lake would be good.
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