Kota is renowned for its art and architecture. So if you happen to be in Kota, page and interested in mansions, look forts, monuments and museums, you are in luck. Doesn’t matter whether you are visiting the city or staying in a hostel or a PG, take some time out and explore the city. Its charm will have you falling in love. Here are a few places you could visit :
Jag Mandir – Kansua Temple, Godavari Dham Temple and Jag Mandir are a few old religious places in Kota that are to be seen in order to grasp their beauty. These ancient temples are filled with intricate carvings and their architecture will have you mesmerised.
Jawahar Sagar Dam – If you want to be bowled over, Jawahar Sagar Dam is a must visit site. Along with that you could stop at Chhattar Bilas Garden, Kishore Sagar, Raniji Ki Baoli, Haveli of Devtaji, Adhar Shila and Budh Singh Bafna haveli.
Kishore Sagar – Kishore Sagar is an artificial picturesque lake constructed by the Bundi Prince Dehra Deh. It is located by the side of the attractive Brij Vilas palace museum.
Seven Wonders Park – Now a premier attraction of Kota, this park has replicas of the Seven Wonders of The World including Taj Mahal, Pyramids of Egypt, Eiffel Tower, Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer, Statue of Liberty and Rome’s Colosseum.
Chambal Gardens – Chambal Garden, a beautiful garden in the backdrop of Chambal river, is a much sought picnic spot in Kota. The garden located at Amar Niwas on the landscape of Chambal river encloses a well maintained pond, a habitat for crocodiles.
Garadia Mahadev – A popular Shiva Temple, Garadia Mahadev is located slightly away from the main town and attracts lots of locals as a tourist attraction.
City Palace – An amalgamation of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture and art, the City Palace is a reminder of the glorious royal past of the city. With its splendid blend of style, the City Palace Fort is an amazing construction.
So if you are visiting the city with your family or your parents plan to visit the city while you are there, do visit these places with them to make some fond memories.
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