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This palace is considered to be one of the finest example of Rajput architecture. The palace is attached with Taragarh Fort. Both are managed by private parties. Entry fee is INR 80 to palace and extra INR 100 to fort ( For Indian Citizens, no...More
We visited this palace with a wonderful guide. The palace is atmospheric and obviously was in its time of great beauty. There are very good attendants around the palace (not they do not have a formal uniform but do wear badges) who will show you...More
A bit rustic and run down, due to the lack of money in restoring it. Some rooms are amazing, I hope they preserve it before people start picking at it. Very nice walk and getting a guide, you'll get to go to the garden area,...More
Visited this on an Intrepid tour of Rajasthan. ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT! We were shown around by a tour guide, which we would recommend - this place has a lot of hidden nooks and crannies that it was good to have someone explain to us.
The walls of the palace are adorned with gorgeous paintings. Exquisite details and real gold paint. Paintings follow the Mewar Style, Hadoti Style, Marwar Style etc.
Having portrayed different themes from Ramayana, Krishna Leela, Ragmala series and Gita Govinda, representing the hills, valleys, gardens, palaces,...More
This sprawling set of buildings clings onto the hillside.
You enter via a gate with carved elephant statues into a courtyard. It is slowly decaying away but it is magnificent.
Like people have already said the art work is stunning.
All I kept thinking of...More
Somewhere in eastern Rajasthan close to the city of Kota and the tourist trap that Chittorgarh often is lies the relatively less travelled Bundi. Not unlike Gokarna or Hampi, Indians have needed a few Westerners looking for that undefinable something that is usually called atmosphere...More
We spent one day in Bundi to cut the road between Pushkar and Udaipur, and it was totally worth the small detour !!!
We were practically alone in the palace, so it really felt authentic. Most of the palace is so rotten and decrepit that...More