Kota Rajasthan Tour Package


State: Rajasthan
Distance: 500 Km from Delhi
By Road: 10hrs & 30min
By Rail: 9hrs
Location: Kota is spread along the bank of Chambal in south-east Rajasthan
Route: NH8 to Jaipur via Behror; NH12 to Kota via Tonk, Devli and Bundi

Fast Fact

  • When to go Kota

    October to March and the monsoon

Kota, Also Called The Education City, Is Famous For Kota Style Of Miniature Painting, Kota Saris And Kota Stone, Situated On The Banks Of Chambal River, Kota Is A Royal City Of Rajasthan With A Rich Heritage Over 800 Years Old.

Kota formerly known as Kotah, is a city in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. Kota is situated on the banks of Chambal River and is emerging as an important industrial centre. Surprisingly unexplored, the Kota region of Rajasthan has some splendid treasures for the tourist to take home memories of. Its impregnable fortresses, sprawling palaces, exquisitely wrought palaces and lovely waterways act as a magnificent foil to its exotic wildlife and delicate fresco Paintings.

Situated on the banks of the Chambal River, at an important juncture of the trade route between Delhi and Gujarat, Kota is Rajasthan's Fifth Largest City. This bustling, sprawling city is also called the industrial capital of the state. The tentacles of the modern world have the city in its grip with the Chambal Valley Project giving it a major position on the state's industrial map. Yet memories of its ancient links linger strongly. Present Day Kota owes its foundations to a Kotya Bhil warrior who 800 years ago built a small fortification at Akelgarh and put up a protective mud-wall around it all the way to Retwali. In 1580, Rao Madho Singh strengthened both the fortification and the wall. In time to come, Kota acquired the Hallmark of Rajput power as well as culture.

Hot Attraction in Kota
Dussehra Mela - Dussehra is the most colorful festival celebrated in Kota, Rajasthan. This festival of Hindus shows victory of good over evil. Nowhere in India, Dussehra is celebrated like Kota. Dussehra lies between Sep - Oct of every year and thousands of tourists from every part of the world come to Kota to enjoy this festival.

  • Places to visit in Kota, Rajasthan

    Neelkanth Temple
    Neelkanth mahadev's temple is one among the oldest temples of the city. It is situated in eastward of the palace. There is a beautiful water tank of Visvanath and a statue of four faced Shiva here. Twelve miles away from this place there is a 200 feet high waterfall.

    Shiva temple
    Shiva temple of Bardoli built in 8th century is situated 30 miles from Kota and is famous for artistic beauty.

    Maharao Madho Singh Museum
    Based in the old palace, the museum has a superb collection of Rajput miniature paintings of the Kota school, exquisite sculptures, frescoes and armory. The museum also has a rich repository of artistic items used by the Kota rulers.

    Bhainsrodgarh Fort stands on the right bank of the Chambal River and a village lies within the fort. The fort is set amidst charming surroundings. An ancient temple of Gaipar Nath Mahadev on the way is an ideal picnic spot.

    Dara game sanctuary
    Fifty km from Kota surrounded by hills is a valley called Dara. Many animals including leopards, Neel gava, deer and different type of birds can be seen in this sanctuary. Waters of Amjar River further add to the beauty of this region.

    The Government Museum
    Housed in the Brijvilas Palace near the Kishore Sagar, the museum displays a rich collection of rare coins, manuscripts and a representative selection of Hadoti sculpture. Especially noteworthy is an exquisitely sculptured statue brought here from Bardoli.

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