Kota to Garhgachh

The excursion from Kota would include traversing the routes from Kota to Garhgachh which contains the ruinous temple built of red stone. The ancient temple structures in Garhgachh are representative of the richness of artistry and architecture with which they were built. The temple presently stands in the dilapidated condition in the district of Baran in Rajasthan still oozing the magnificence which it contained when it was first built.

The remains of Garhgachh stands at a distance of 110 kilometers from the city of Kota. The tourists may travel to the region in jeeps and private cars that one can avail from the city of Kota. The cars and jeeps regularly traverse the region making popular visits to the ruinous remains of the temples in Garhgachh. The beautiful temples of the region were built between the 9th and the 13th century. The architecture of the temple are reminiscent of the Rajput temple architecture. The remarkable feature of the temples is the red stone with which the magnificent temples were built. The red color of the temples lie a mesmerizing charm on the tourists.

The visit from Kota to Garhgachh may include traversing the region of Atru that lies at a distance of 30 kilometers from the temple premises. The small hamlet of Atru is itself a popular tourist destination near the city of Kota. The barren and desolate temples of Garhgachh are frequently visited by the tourists who travel to the city of Kota.

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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