Within the Bundi Palace complex is the Chitrasala, a small 18th-century palace built by Rao Ummed Singh. To find it, exit through the...
This extraordinary, partly decaying edifice – described by Rudyard Kipling as ‘the work of goblins rather than of men’ – almost seems to...
Maharao Raja Bahadur Singh Museum
Housed in the Moti Mahal, where the current royal descendants live, this museum is an extraordinary celebration of the lives of the more...
Out of the Blue
Bundi’s Out of the Blue was set up by the owners of it’s namesake in Pushkar , but has since outgrown and outpaced the original. It...
This ramshackle, partly overgrown 14th-century fort, on the hilltop above Bundi Palace, is a wonderful place to ramble around – but take a stick to battle the overgrown vegetation, help the knees on the steep climb and provide confidence when surrounded by testosterone-charged macaques. To reach it, just continue on the path up behind the Chitrasala.