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Bundi is a blue city in eastern Rajasthan. It's a special destination on its own. An oasis in the desert state , a serene civilization far from the maddening crowd & a tourists' destination . Attracted Rudyard Kipling (writer of The Jungle Book), Rabindra Nath Tagore, Virginia Fass, film maker Satyajit Ray .. and many more. Thousands of tourists, both domestic and foreign, come here to see and discover this beautiful place. Bundi was named after a Meena Chieftain Bunda. Bundi is especially famous for the miniature paintings from the "Bundi School" and the aesthetic stepwells.

Get in

By road

Bundi is well connected by road to other important cities of Rajasthan such as Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, etc., as well as to Agra. Buses (mostly Govt. transport corporation) run to Delhi, too.

By train

Bundi is connected to Kota, Neemach (MP), Chittorgarh, and Delhi by train. The best bet is to reach Kota by train and catch a bus/taxi to Bundi (35 km).

Get around

Most of Bundi is very accessible by walking and there is generally no need to hire transport. Virtually the only mode of public transportation is the auto rickshaw. As always in India, bargaining is required.

See

There are lots of small tourist attractions in Bundi.

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