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Taragarh Fort

Bundi

This is considered to be one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture. The construction was started by Maharao Balwant Singh. A steep paved carriage-way leads to this palace through the Hazari Pol or the Gate of the Thousand. Inside the palace, the Naubat Khana and the Hathi Pol are places of special interest. (History)

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Garh Palace  

Unlike usual palaces in Rajasthan, Garh palace is one which has a number of small palaces built around the main royal residence by various rulers over the centuries. Built on terraces on a small hill, portions of the palace now lie in ruins, but parts of it still retain their majestic splendour amidst overgrown grass. (History)   {Book Your Tour}

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Chatar Mahal  

Amongst all the palaces within this complex, the Chatar Mahal is perhaps the finest. Built in 1660 under the directions of Chatar Sal, the palace is a strong example of the Rajputís independence from Mughal authority, although he was their ally. He was also the only Rajput to be made the Governor of Delhi.  (History)

 

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Chitra Mahal

The Chitra Mahal used to be a spectacular garden palace with fountains and little pools with exotic fish, but now it is overgrown withgrass and shrubs. Chitra Mahalís name stems from the fabulous murals on its walls (chitra: painting), for Bundi was the beehive of miniatures during the 18th century. (History)

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Rani Ki Baori

Baolis or step wells were important social structures in medieval India where people from all walks of life assembled. Outside the old walls of the original town of Bundi is Raniji ki Baoli, built in 1699.  (History)

 

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Gates  

Two huge gates at the end of a steep climb form the entrance to the Garh palace. The Hazari Pol (Gate of One Thousand), second gate, Hathi Pol (Elephant Gate), built by Rao Ratan Singh (1607-31).
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Ismail Quili Khanís gate aka
Buland Darwaza (Great Gate) lies at the foot of the hill and forms the entrance to Miran Hussainís tomb. (History)  More

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