Bundi District Map

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Bundi is a small town with rustic setting that stands on the foothills of the Aravali Mountains. Bundi is very famous for its baolis meaning waterworks or step wells, havelis, temples and chhatris with carved pillars. The mural adorned palaces, the forts and the monuments tell tales about the glorious past of the city. A picturesque

Facts of Bundi District
District HQBundi
Population (2011)1,110,906
Sex Ratio925
Area (km2)5550
Density (/km2) 193
Tehsils Bundi, Hindoli, Indragarh, Keshoraipatan, Nainwa
Lok Sabha Constituencies Bhilwara, Kota
Assembly Constituencies Bundi, Hindoli, Keshoraipatan
Languages Hindi, Rajasthani including Hadoti
Rivers Mez, Chambal
Lat-Long 25.532529,75.902939
Travel Destinations Raniji Ki Bawdi, Nagar-Sagar Kund, Chitrashala, Chaursi Khambo ki Chattri, Moti Mahal Museum, Nawal Sagar Lake, Bundi Fort, Ban Ganga, Shikar Burj, Mira Sahib Ki Dargaha etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Government College, Government Girls College, Government Law College etc.

Last Updated on : December 13, 2014



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