The Tourist belt of Bundi-kota-Jhalwar is one of the very interesting circuit for industrial visit, Kota is one of the industrial hubs in northern India, with chemical, engineering and power plants based there. Kota’s economy today is driven by the all-India fame of its coaching classes, it is regarded as a largest coaching hub in India. The major industries include DCM Sriram Consolidated Limited (DSCL), Instrumentaion Limited, Multimetals Limited, Samtel Glass Limited, Birla Cement, CFCL Chambal Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited, Sriram Fertilizers and Metal India (in agricultural sector), shriram rayons(DCM shriram industries limited)
Bundi and Kota once belonged to a single principality ruled by the Hada Chauhans. Later, two branches of the Hadas formed two separate states on either side of the Chambal-Kota and Bundi.
Bundi is classic example of a fortress town bounded on all sides by hills.
It is famous for its intricate paintings and murals. Kota, today, is a modern town throbbing with activity and progressive industrialisation. It boasts of Asia’s largest fertilizer plant, precision instrument unit and an atomic power station.
The Princely State of Jhalawar was created in 1838 AD after being separated from Kota by the British. It got its name derived from Jhalas, the Jhala clan of Rajputs, also the rulers of Jhalawar.
Sights to See
Chambal Garden, Government Museum (Timings: 10 am to 5 pm; closed on Monday and government holidays; ), Haveli of Devtaji, Jag Mandir, Kansua Temple, Kota Barrage, Maharao Madho Singh Museum (Timings: Timings: 10 am to 5 pm; closed on government holidays only).
The entire district of Jhalawar, including the town, is a treasure house of pre-historic cave paintings, formidable forts, forests and exotic wildlife. Jhalarapatan, 6 km from Jhalawar has a 10th century Sun Temple. The Chandrabhaga Temple Complex (7 km) from Jhalawar has some beautiful temples dating back to the 7th century .
Shantinath Jain temple (6 km), Herbal Garden (6 km) are some other attractions in Jhalrapatan.
How would you like to travel?
- Ajmer 163 km
- Jaipur 206 km
- Jodhpur 368 km
- Kota 36 km
- Udaipur 279 km
- Agra 371 km
- Ahmedabad 522 km
- Chittorgarh 158 km
- Delhi 501 km
- Jaipur 250 km
- Mumbai 901 km
- Udaipur 280 km
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- Instrumentation Limited
- Shriram Fertilisers & Chemicals
- Multimetals Limited
- Mangalam Cement Ltd.
- Chambal Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd.
And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries
The Ramgarh Sanctuary, the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Bundi state, is famous for the wild boar, jackal, hyena, leopard, nilgai and tiger.
Talwas (53 km):
A fort with a temple of Dhoondaleshwar Mahadev and a waterfall. Dugari (65 km):
A fort containing vestiges of old wall paintings.
Menal (70 km):
A beautiful natural spot famous for its temples, waterfalls and forests.Bhanddeora Temple (Ramgarh) (110 km):
Called the Khajuraho of Rajasthan.
Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary (50 km):
The former royal hunting preserve, converted into a wildlife sanctuary where panther, spotted deer, , wild boar and bear can be seen.
Rana Pratap Sagar Dam & Bhainsrodgarh (50 & 55 km):
A dam and fort in Chittaurgarh district.Bhainsrodgarh is located on the right bank of the Chambal River.
The Remains of Garhgach (110 km):
9th & 13th century temples made of red stone.
Nahargarh Fort (145 km):
An example of Mughal architecture made of red stone.
Fort of Shahbad and Mosque (160 km):
This fort was constructed in 1577 AD and the mosque is the biggest mosque in Rajasthan.