Kota to Bhainsrodgarh

One of the idyllic tourists destination lies en route from Kota to Bhainsrodgarh. The excursions from Kota to the Bhainsrodgarh Fort would include traversing a distance of 50 kilometers from the city. The region is easily accessible from the city of Kota by jeeps that regularly ply on the route of Kota to Bhainsrodgarh. The magnificent Rana Pratap Sagar Dam lies close to the fort in the district of Chittorgarh in the state of Rajasthan.

One of the oldest and the magnificent forts of the region, the Bhainsrodgarh Fort of Chittorgarh was built centuries ago and is representative of the warring kings who reigned in the region. The massive and the spacious fortress lies along the banks of the River Chambal. The intricate design of the fort reflects on the intelligence with which wars were fought and won by the Rajput kings who were the supreme leaders and gallant warriors of the region centuries earlier. To experience the rural life of the people in the early centuries, the tourists may visit the village situated inside the premises of the Bhainsrodgarh Fort in Chittorgarh. The fort stands in all its magnificence and grandiosity overlooking the flowing River Chambal. The Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is built on the river itself.

While on the tour from Kota to Bhainsrodgarh, the tourists may stop for a few minutes at the temple of Gaipar Nath Mahadev. The old temple is dedicated to the worship of the Lord Shiva. The temple is an important pilgrimage spot of the region.

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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